The Canvas of Revolution: Siddesh Gautam

The Canvas of Revolution: Siddesh Gautam

September 29, 2019
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At a time where the India is divided between casteist noise and environmental panic, one man takes to his art to make a comment. The term “a picture is worth...

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Sohrab Hura’s latest work erases the line between the still and moving image

Sohrab Hura’s latest work erases the line between the still and moving image

September 18, 2019
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Sohrab Hura’s creative journey began with the photographic image but has since transcended the medium. The Delhi-based artist indulges in a conversation about his work that now incorporates moving image,...

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Every epic must eventually reinvent itself to better suit the times.

Every epic must eventually reinvent itself to better suit the times.

September 14, 2019
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Every epic must eventually reinvent itself to better suit the times and Madhu has done us all a favor, by doing this for the Mahabharata. In a decade where the...

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If art is not magic to you and artists are not magicians; you aren’t allowing yourself to enjoy the enchantment, that life has to offer.

If art is not magic to you and artists are not magicians; you aren’t allowing yourself to enjoy the enchantment, that life has to offer.

September 14, 2019
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Aniruddh Mehta uses his paintings to place a mirror in front of you. To me, a thick column of black paint can look like a soldier carrying a gun, to...

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Merging East and West by Rohan.

Merging East and West by Rohan.

August 3, 2019
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A series titled Vilayti Shauk by Rohan, blends two polarised worlds together. We see working-class people: a fisherwoman, a chai-wallah and an istri-wallah adorning popular brands like Supreme and Louis...

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Exploring the beauty of our ethnicity: Namrata Kumar

Exploring the beauty of our ethnicity: Namrata Kumar

July 26, 2019
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Her opulently dressed women in their maang-tikkas and strings of pearl, seem alive and assertive; as if they are going to pop out of the painting and ask you for...

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A showcase of color led dystopia by Sourav Das.

A showcase of color led dystopia by Sourav Das.

July 23, 2019
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Das is able to explore the chemistry between colors. A magenta flirting with hues of blue. Blood red descending on the brown skin of a man’s forearms. The white of...

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The First of the Bombay ‘Realists’ : Pestonji, Siodia and Dhurandhar.

The First of the Bombay ‘Realists’ : Pestonji, Siodia and Dhurandhar.

May 17, 2019
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The school of Bombay Realists that dominated the artistic temper of Bombay at the turn of the 19th century now remain sadly misplaced in the artistic historiography of India. Save...

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