Sohrab Hura’s latest work erases the line between the still and moving image
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,...read
Every epic must eventually reinvent itself to better suit the times.
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...read
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.
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...read
Exploring the beauty of our ethnicity: Namrata Kumar
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...read
The First of the Bombay ‘Realists’ : Pestonji, Siodia and Dhurandhar.
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...read