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Publications, Press & Reviews

Convergence, Contemporary Art From India and the Diaspora, Cover, p. 16, Catalog Essay by Neeta Omprakash, Laundry Puja, Child Mechanic, Illustrations by Neil Chowdhury, University of Connecticut, The William Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, CT, ISBN 978-0-918386-53-3. Exhibition Catalog.

Krause, Tobias. CVA features dual exhibit with “Semblance” and “Guised”. The Metropolitan. Web, Newspaper. March 6, 2013,  

Mellor, Carl. “Fantastic Four.” Syracuse New Times. October 3, 2012. Print and Web.  

Khaindrava, Beso, KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO 2012 CATALOGUE, July 2012, Neil Chowdhury, photograph, “Hunters and Gatherers”, p. 106; Neil Chowdhury, essay, ”An Afternoon in Old Delhi”(Georgian), p. 204, (English), p.206; Neil Chowdhury, photograph, “Polio Victim Visiting the Sufi Dargah, Nizmuddin, Delhi, India”, p.205; Neil Chowdhury, photograph, “Man with Very Large Rings, Old Delhi, India”, p.207; Neil Chowdhury, essay, “Waking from Dreams of India”, (Georgian, English), p. 244; Neil Chowdhury, digital photomontage, “Burdens and Desires”, p. 245

Chowdhury, Neil, “Waking from Dreams of India”. Essay, five digital photomontages. Tasveer Online, Web Gallery, Magazine. Februrary 2012.

Heckman-Reed, Jessica. Essay, “2011 Light Work Grants.” Contact Sheet: The Light Work Annual 2012 No. 167. September 2012, Neil Chowdhury, digital photomontage, “Burdens and Desires”, p. 64

Jayaraman, Geetha, “Six Senses” Andpersand Magazine, August, September 2012. Cover, pp. 60-73. Illustrations, Neil Chowdhury: Machine In the Garden, Cycles, p. 64, Krishna Jam, p. 65

Welych, Anita, “The Fearless Eye.” Essay. The Other New York: 2012, Everson Museum Biennial Exhibition Catalog, p. , Neil Chowdhury, Photograph, p.

“IAAC Erasing Borders 2011 Exhibition Announcement.” Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts, University of Connecticut. Web. September 2011.  

“Erasing Borders 2011 Press Release.” Asiart Archive In America. Web. 31 August 2011. 

“Stone Quarry Hill Photo Exhibition Opens Sunday.” Madison County New York News. Web. 26 August 2011.  

“Indian abroad: 10 Indian Photographers Show in Paris,” India Vogue. Web. 17 August 2011.

Scala, Joseph A. “Photography Competition Exhibition.” The Stone Quarry Hill Art Park. Web. August 2011.  

“Erasing Borders 2011: Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora.” Tribune Connecticut. Web. 27 July 2011. 

“Sampling India: Of Blind Men and Elephants.” The Culturist. Web. 23 July 2011. 

“The Saltonstall Arts Colony Latest News.” Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. Web. 11 July 2011. 

“Sampling India: Of Blind Men and Elephants.” Expat Echo Dubai. Web. 10 July 2011. 

“Portfolio-July’11-Sampling India, Of Blind Men And Elephants.” L’agenda. Web. July 2011. 

Heckman, Jessica. “Light Work Announces The Recipients Of The 37th Annual Light Work Grants In Photography.” Light Work. Web. 2011. 

“Regional Photographers Exhibition Announcement.” Arts at The Smithy. Web. 30 June 2011. 

Director, Chamber Cooperstown. “Statement: Opens at The Smithy Thursday at 5 PM.” Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce Member News. Web. 28 June 2011. 

Rothbart, Michael F. “Making a Statement.” Michael Forster Rothbart Photography. Web. 27 June 2011. 

Cochrane, Alex. “Brilliant New Photography Exhibition Paints a Rich and Diverse Portrait of India.” Southall Travel. Web. 21 June 2011.

Lord, Christopher. “Indian Photographers Exhibit in Dubai. The National. Web. 20 June 2011.  

“Indian Artists on the Show in Dubai.” Time Out Dubai. Web. 15 June 2011.

Needel, Sylvia. “CNY Artist Explores People, Environments through Photography.” Madison County Courier New York News. Web. 14 June 2011. 

“Sampling India: Of Blind Men and Elephants, The Empty Quarter Gallery.” Canvas Guide, the Ultimate Cultural Agenda. Web. 14 June 2011. 

“On Blind Men and Elephants.” Spiky Penguin. Web. 14 June 2011. 

Keijser, Hester. “The Idea of India as a Future State of Things.” Mrs. Deane Blog. Web. 7 June 2011. 

Reporter, Staff. “Snapshots of Indian Subcontinent.” The Gulf Today. Web. 6 June 2011. 

Colberg, Jörg. “Neil Chowdhury.” Conscientious. Web. 3 June 2011. 

Olson, Ami. “Syracuse Photographer Awarded one of the Three Light Work Grants.” Eagle News. Web. 1 June 2011.  

Heckman, Jessica. “Current Exhibitions.” 2011 Light Work Grants. Light Work Web. 1 June 2011. 

“Sampling India: Of Blind Men and Elephants Exhibition Announcement.” The Empty Quarter Fine Art Photography. Web. 2011 

Keijser, Hester. “Waking from Dreams of India.” The Empty Quarter Gallery Newsletter. Web. June 2011. 

“Imaging India.” Pakistan Art Review. Web. June 2011.

“Sampling India: Indian Photographers at the Empty Quarter.” Read. The Weekly. Web. June 2011.  

Wolinski, Natacha. T, “Saison Indienne.” Air France Magazine, Magazine. June 2011.

Keijser, Hester. “Neil Chowdhury/ The Duboys Gallery.” Mrs. Deane Blog. Web. 20 May 2011. 

Ratnam, Dhamini. “Caught in Action.” The Guide Photo Essay. Web. 15 May 2011.  

Mellor, Carl. “Mix and Match.” Syracuse New Times. Web & Newspaper. 11 May 2011. 

Needel, Sylvia. “CNY Artist Explores People & Environment through Photography.” Cazenovia College News & Events. Web. 10 May 2011.

“Indian photography exposed.” La Lettre. Web. May 2011. 

“Ete Indien.” Le Magazine Ever. Web. May 2011.  

Nathalie Cattaruzza. “La Nouvelle Photographie Indienne.” Photo. Magazine. May 2011.

“This Is Not That, The Photo Exhibition of Contemporary Must Marais!” At Paris Expo Buzz. Web. May 2011. 

Rushworth, Katherine. ” Sculptures Shine in Auburn.” The Post Standard. Newspaper. 17 April 2011

“Understanding Contemporary India.” Photography by Neil Chowdhury. Youth KI Awaaz. Web. 29 March 2011. 

“Made in NY 2011.” Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center. Web. 26 March 2011. 

Press, Independent. “Watchung Arts Center Looks East for March Gallery Shows, Press Release.” Everything Jersey. Web. 1 March 2011.  

“SPE Multicultural Caucus Film Festival.” Society for Photographic Education. Web. March 2011. 

J, Jim. “Cazenovia College Art Gallery Host Faculty Biennial Exhibition.” Cazenovia Pilot. Web. 23 January 2011. 

Table of Contents. Photography by Neil Chowdhury. Plank Road Magazine. Summer 2011. Page 5 (2 images in upper left)

Negrea, Sherrie. “A Wreath of Products From Central New York.” Photography by Neil Chowdhury. Plank Road Magazine. Summer 2011. page 26,29,30,32

Weinstein, Elizabeth, writer. ” Off the Shelf.” Photography by Neil Chowdhury. Plank Road Magazine. Summer 2011. Page 38,40,42

Hogan, Annette. ” From Pasture To Table.” Photography by Neil Chowdhury. Plank Road Magazine. Summer 2011. Page 45,48,49

“Art Lecture: Photographer Neil Chowdhury to Discuss His Window Project at the Warehouse Gallery.” The Connective Corridor. Web. 21 October 2010.  

“Th3 Artist Lecture with Neil Chowdhury at The Warehouse Gallery.” Web. October 2010. 

“Upcoming Window Projects.” The Warehouse Gallery. Web. 16 September 2010.  

“Neil Chowdhury: Waking From Dreams of India.” It’s All Here Syracuse. Web. 11 September 2010. 

Correspondent. ” Erasing Borders showcases Diaspora artist. India Abroad. Web. 13 August 2010. 

“International Artist Residencies Exhibit and Mini Art Videofest, Budapest.” Rhizome. Web. 13 August.2010. 

Rabinowitz, Sima. “A Journal of Arts and Ideas from Upstate New York.” New Pages Magazine Review. Web. 16 July 2010. 

“Dispora at Twelve Gates.” Indo-American Arts Council, INC. Web. 2 July 2010.

Birmington, Mary. ” Indo-American Arts Council Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora.” Twelve Gates Art Gallery. Press Release, Works. Web. June 2010. 

“Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Disapora.” Artetc News & Views. Web. June 2010. 

“Erasing Borders 2010.” The Guild Art Gallery. Web. June 2010. 

Needel, Sylvia.” Cazenovia College Kicks Off Summer Arts Series.” Web. 26 May 2010. 

Chowdhury, Neil, “Waking from Dreams of India” Stone Canoe: A Journal of Arts and Ideas from Upstate New York I Number 4.“. Quarterly Journal. Spring 2010. Page 165,166,167,168,169,170

Birmington, Mary. ” Indo-American Arts Council Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora.” Visuals Art Center of New Jersey. Exhibition Catalogue. 2 April 2010. Page 9,22

Chowdhury, Neil. “7th Annual Erasing Borders 2010 Exhibition Bio.” Indo-American Arts Council INC. Web. April 2010. 

Jevis, Eileen. “Stone Canoe artist to speak about their work as part of Th3.” Inside SU. Web. 21 January 2010.  

Kumar, Vijay. “Indo-American Arts Council’s Erasing Borders 2009, Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora.” Pennsylvania College of Technology. Web. November 2009.

“Erasing Borders 2009 – Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora.” The Indo American Arts Council Inc. and The Gallery At Penn College. Exhibition Catalog. November 2009. Neil Chowdhury, Digital Photomontage, Brahma’s New World, page 7,8

“Social issues on the palette, Diaspora artists erase borders.” India Abroad Publications. Magazine. Oct 2009.

“The Indo-American Arts Council, (IAAC) presents the Sixth Annual IAAC ‘Erasing Borders 2009′.” Cine Views. Web. 9 September 2009. 

“Partnership Gallery: IAAC’s Erasing Border 2009.” Queens Museum of Art. Web. September 2009. 

Hodges, Michael H., “Art Show looking back at India blends reality, vivid fantasies.” Detroit News. Newspaper. 20 August 2009

O’neil, Megan. “Negotiating Borders.” Metro Times. Magazine. 19 August 2009. 

“Contemporary India.” The Gallery Project. Press Release. Web. August 2009. 

Pavani. “Contemporary Art From The Desi Diaspora,” Sepia Mutiny. Blog.27 May 2009. 

Palmer, Jean. “Erasing Borders’ Exhibition Opens March 1 in Dowd Gallery at SUNY Cortland.” News from SUNY Cortland. Web. April 2009

Kumar, Vijay. “Erasing Borders: Passport to Contemporary Indian Art of the diaspora 2009.”Indo American Arts Council Inc. Web. April 2009. 

“Art 4 Barter.” BBC World News America. Video. 27 March 2009

Rosenberg, Amy S. “A Barter Economy for Art.” The Philadelphia Inquirer. Newspaper. 11 March 2009

Mount, Andrew. “Erasing Borders 2009.” Dowd Gallery. Exhibition Program. March 2009

Mount, Andrew. “Erasing Borders’ exhibition open March 1 in Dowd Gallery at SUNY Cortland.” The Ithaca Journal. Newspaper. 25 February 2009.

“Everywhere Nowhere.” The International Festival of Sacred Arts Delhi. Exhibition Catalogue. 21 February 2009. page 47

“Teachers Show Their Talent.” Post-Standard. Newspaper. 12 February 2009

“Gershwin Hotel hosts India Pop Art Festival.” The Indian Star. Web. 11 February 2009.  

Mestrich, Qiana. “Photographer Interview: Neil Chowdhury.” Dodge & Burn, Diversity in Photography. Blog. 5 Febuary 2009.  

Smolen, Dyana. “New York India Pop.” SALAAM: South Asian League of Artist in America. Blog. 5 February 2009.  

Sims, Kathy C. “Art,Farm And Public Intersect At Cazenovia’s Critz Farms. ”The Post Standard, Syracuse. Newspaper. 20 October 2008. Page B1

Kierman, Willie. “Caz: It’s Critz.” Cazenovia Republican. Newpaper. 17 October 2008.  
Rushworth, Katherine. “Better, But Still Lacking Oomph.” The Post-Standard, Syracuse.Newspaper. 20 July 2008. Page 14

Hogan, Jennifer. “State’s best art comes to Auburn.” The Citizen, Auburn. Newspaper. 23 June 2008

Rushworth, Katherine. “2008 Everson Biennial Stellar.” The Post-Standard, Syracuse Newspaper. 22 June 2008. Page 14

Mellor, Carl. “Made to Order.” The Syracuse New Times. Newspaper. 21 June 2008

“Local Artist Exhibit Works At Schweinfurth Center.” The Post-Standard, Syracuse Newspaper. 14 June 2008. Page B1

Johnson, Melinda. “The Object And Beyond.” The Post-Standard. Syracuse.Newspaper.8 June 2008. Page 3

“India Interpreted.” Antiques & Collecting Magazine. Magazine. April 2008. Page 11

LaMattina, Diana. “State Artists Are Focus Of Schweinfurth Exhibit.” The Post-Standard, Syracuse. Newspaper. 25 June 2007. Page B1

Malarich,Tammie. “Looking out, 44th Society For Photographic Education National Conference.” Afterimage. Academic Journal.1 May 2007.  

Rushworth, Katherine. “New Mixes With Old, Oddly.” The Post-Standard, Syracuse. Newspaper.11 February 2007. Page 14.

“A & D Annual Faculty Exhibition.” Cazenovia College. Newsletter. January 2007.  

“Neil Chowdhury.” Photomedia Center. Web. 2007.  

“Photo Narratives: The Latent Image.” Cazenovia College Newsletter. October 2006.

“Wheler Family Conference on World Affairs.” Cazenovia College. Newsletter. September 2006

“Looking Out, Photography And The Worlds Of Contemporary Art.” SPE National. Newsletter. Fall 2006

“2007 Conference Presenters.” Society For Photographic Education. Newsletter. Fall 2006

“Artwallah Festival 2006: Celebrating artistic voices of South Asian community.” The Indian Express. Newspaper. 7 July 2006

Chowdhury, Neil. “Waking from Dreams of India.” lens culture. Web Magazine. 2005.  

“Total Arts.” Time Out Dubai. Magazine. Volume 7, Issue 20, p.49, May 2005

Kouwenhoven, Bill. “Speed Dating for Photographers in the City of Roses.” Art Fairs International, Photolucida and the SPE Conference. Article. 2004

“Terraform 1.” Henry Art Gallery. Web. December 2000.