Brandon Tay’s Facade: Digitalised Reflections and the Urban Anthropomorphic

Brandon Tay’s Facade: Digitalised Reflections and the Urban Anthropomorphic

March 27, 2019
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This article is the first in a series of interviews, discussions and dialogues with St+art India.

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Can the Migrant Speak? Neeti Modgil’s The Car Wallahs

Can the Migrant Speak? Neeti Modgil’s The Car Wallahs

March 13, 2019
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Neeti Modgil’s The Car Wallahs explores some contentious territory with regard to its subject. Living in Princess Park, New Delhi, Modgil awoke one evening to the heaving sound of objects...

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Priya’s Mirror and Priya’s Shakti: Mythology and Fantasy for a Social Cause.

Priya’s Mirror and Priya’s Shakti: Mythology and Fantasy for a Social Cause.

February 17, 2019
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Priya’s Shakti was launched in 2014, at Mumbai Comic Con, to wide and instant appreciation, winning the Tribeca Film Institute New Media Fund the same year. In its various forms,...

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Kavita Dixit’s Mohalla: Remembering Architectural Spaces in Urban Loneliness

Kavita Dixit’s Mohalla: Remembering Architectural Spaces in Urban Loneliness

February 7, 2019
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In India Habitat Centre, currently (5th-8th February, Open Palm Court) is an exhibition dedicated to preserving the cultural memory of the mohalla as an entity, remembered by its older denizens...

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Portraying the Untranslatable and a Different Post Colonialism.

Portraying the Untranslatable and a Different Post Colonialism.

January 8, 2019
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The work of Joost Bastmeijer is as compelling as it is honest. Raised in the Netherlands, Joost currently works out of South Africa. Joost’s photography works primarily with identity, travel...

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The Art in Incisive Introspection: A Short Conversation with Angèle Basile

The Art in Incisive Introspection: A Short Conversation with Angèle Basile

December 20, 2018
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A short while ago, The Curator Mag received a tremendous response across our various readers for our display on the work of Angèle Basile, a photographer from La Rochelle, France....

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Kavya Trehan, Underscore: Ambiguity and Resplendent Creativity

Kavya Trehan, Underscore: Ambiguity and Resplendent Creativity

December 15, 2018
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Kavya Trehan’s newest single, Underscore, is an exploration on the nature of creative expression, love, and self-containment. Released in September of this year, the indie synth-pop track from the multi-talented...

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Collages and Displacing Art History: An Interview with Nirvana Kamala

Collages and Displacing Art History: An Interview with Nirvana Kamala

December 10, 2018
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Nirvana Kamala (@radioshead) is an 18-year-old artist (although she’d hate you calling her that) from the Kurdish states. Her collages work primarily with the art of displacement. With a rich...

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