Frankie Goes to Bollywood

Frankie Goes to Bollywood


Publisher: Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery

Artist: Bepen Bhana

This catalogue coincides with Bepen Bhana's exhibition Frankie Goes to Bollywood at Te Uru. A strictly limited-edition publication, lovingly hand-made by the artist with Risographed text pages, the initial release comes complete with a cute mini T-shirt on the cover. Containing insightful essays written by Andrew Clifford and Bepen Bhana, the ctalogue positions the artworks within a contemporary, critical framework, as well as contextualise the concepts that underpin the exhibition. Incorporating vibrant colour reproductions of the exhibition's paintings, this publication encapsulates the spirit of Frankie Goes to Bollywood as an appropriate record of this popular exhibition. 

Bepen Bhana is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, writer and academic based in Auckland. His studio-based research practice encompasses a number of art and design subjects, and is connected conceptually and polemically through critical investigations that examine integral components of Popular Culture.

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