Brandon Tay’s Facade: Digitalised Reflections and the Urban Anthropomorphic
This article is the first in a series of interviews, discussions and dialogues with St+art India.read
Can the Migrant Speak? Neeti Modgil’s The Car Wallahs
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...read
Priya’s Mirror and Priya’s Shakti: Mythology and Fantasy for a Social Cause.
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,...read
Kavita Dixit’s Mohalla: Remembering Architectural Spaces in Urban Loneliness
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...read
Portraying the Untranslatable and a Different Post Colonialism.
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...read
The Art in Incisive Introspection: A Short Conversation with Angèle Basile
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....read
Kavya Trehan, Underscore: Ambiguity and Resplendent Creativity
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...read
Collages and Displacing Art History: An Interview with Nirvana Kamala
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...read