“IN/Visible,” a video walk thru of the photo install. Large portraits of farmers & porters, catch them on a summer night…

2018 The Real Tastemakers: Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters in India, Humanities Across Borders, 22 Jun 2018. 2018 This new Exhibit Spotlights the People who Make India’s Food. The Teal Mango, Food and Culture, Lakshmi Gandhi, 14 Jun 2018. 2018 Pakistani-American Researcher Sarah Khan On Her Photo-Exhibition On Indian Farmers & Spice Porters.Indian Women Blog, Arunima Maharshi,… Read More

“No Fruit for her Labor: A Multimedia Cookbook of Gestures”

Sara Clugage and The Dilettante Army Collective have put together a fabulous premier issue entitled Summer Fruit. Below is my contribution to the issue with a link to the entire article with photography. No Fruit For Her Labor Fruits. Labor. The fruits of her labor. No fruits for her labor. Cooking and farming are both… Read More

IN/Visible Kimmel Galleries, LaGuardia Place & West 3rd, NYC 7 Jun – 7 Sep 2018

“In/Visible: Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters of India,” a series of portraits of Indian women farmers and men working as spice porters, will be on display this summer for 24-hour public viewing from June 7 – September 7, 2018 at NYU’s Kimmel Windows Galleries at the corner of LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street.… Read More

“Soulful Stitching: Patchwork Quilts by Africans (Siddis) in India” Exhibit, until Jun 10, 2018 @ Davis Museum, Wellesley College, MA

The Siddis of Karnataka are the descendants of early African immigrants to South Asia and enslaved Africans brought to India’s west coast from the 16th century. While they have adopted, adapted, and integrated many aspects of Indian cultures, Siddis have also retained and transformed African traditions. In the visual arts, one stands out: the patchwork… Read More

“Migrant Kitchens, Portraits and Films from the Margins,” Queens Museum, Community Partnership Exhibition Space, Nov-Dec 2017

Opening Reception: Sunday, Nov 12, 2-5pm featuring screenings, street food, and community conversation around migrants and their rights Migrant Kitchens, Portraits and Films, from the Margins highlights those adept conjurers of taste in spaces on the street, in the community, and at home. For they are our culture creators—by their presence and persistence—they fortify our dynamic and… Read More

Watch Sarah Khan on Bourdain’s Parts Unknown: Queens NY

Queens NY, Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown. Consulted on the episode, introduced Parts Unknown to Évelia Coyotzi and Blessing Osagiede, two Queens of Queens NY, and had a meal with Bourdain at Africana Soul Food Restaurant in Jamaica, Queens NY. Watch reruns on CNN.

Surviving Surveillance, a screening and discussion with director Sarah K. Khan, Museum of the Moving Image, Queens NY

Changing the Picture Series, Warrington Hudlin A screening and discussion with director Sarah K. Khan and members of Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Asian Women Giving Circle, and Desis Rising up and Moving (DRUM) Part of Changing the Picture, sponsored by Time Warner Inc. Shahina Parveen’s son, Shahawar Matin Siraj, was imprisoned for a crime he never… Read More

Cooking is an Act of Defiance, Open City Magazine, Asian Americans Writers’ Workshop

Cooking provides a familiar focus, even a break, and the possibility to recreate culture and share it in a part of the world that finds her, and people like her, distasteful. Read more…