Copyright © 2024 Fowler Museum. All Rights Reserved.

Sitemap Privacy Policy

Admission is Free | Open Wed–Sun

I Will Meet You Yet Again: Contemporary Sikh Art

I Will Meet You Yet Again: Contemporary Sikh Art

January 28–May 26, 2024

Explore the virtual exhibition below:

I Will Meet You Yet Again invites a fresh look at the history and vitality of the Sikh culture through paintings, posters, tapestries, and multimedia installations. A hybrid array of material approaches reflect personal and gendered perspectives on the history of the community and its visual expressions. The works on view inform a Sikh understanding of “home,” as told through the eyes of Sikh and non-Sikh artists. Their narratives find inspiration in holy scriptures, legacies of persecution and protest, and the entwined forces of home and longing at play throughout the Sikh community’s struggle for existence.

PRESS RELEASE: I Will Meet You Yet Again: Contemporary Sikh Art

Participating artists
Arpana Caur, Kanwal Dhaliwal, Gauri Gill, Bholla Javed, Rupy Kaloti, Harleen Kaur, Keerat Kaur, Manjot Kaur, Sunroop Kaur, Gurjote S. Sethi, Nisha K. Sethi, Avtar Singh, The Singh Twins, Parm Singh, Sarabjit Singh, Sukhpreet Singh, Sumeet Singh, Rupy C. Tut, and Saira Wasim

This exhibition is organized by the Fowler Museum at UCLA and curated by Sonia Dhami, president of Art & Tolerance, trustee of The Sikh Foundation, and managing editor of the Sikh Research Journal; and Syona Puliady, curator of textiles of the Eastern Hemisphere at the Fowler Museum.

Major support is provided by the Lilly Endowment Inc. and The Sikh Foundation. Additional generous funding comes from the Fay Bettye Green Fund to Commission New Work, Fowler Contemporary Council Fund, and the Five Rivers Foundation/Khanuja Family. Educational programming is made possible by Lilly Endowment Inc, as part of the Fowler initiative, Engaging Lived Religion.


Image: Saira Wasim (b. 1975, Lahore, Pakistan), On Road to Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib, 2023; gouache and gold on wasli paper; Courtesy of the artist and the Khanuja Collection

No Comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Stay Connected