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We give you a nuanced and balanced perspective on an artist’s exhibition or group shows in this section. (1)

Asia Arts Game Changers Awards

Asia Society is back with their second edition of Asia Arts Game Changers Awards. This year, Asia Arts Future Awards ...
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Making the invisible, visible

An exhibition at the Surrendra Paul Art Gallery brings attention to the visual poetry of six established and emerging artists ...
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Through Verdant Brushstrokes

A beautifully curated show, Verdant Memory, at Gallery Threshold not just commemorates Tunty Chauhan’s 20-year-old journey into the world of ...
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Buddhist art – enlightening the mind

‘Benevolent Gaze: Buddhist Imprints in Art’, an exhibit of 50 artworks comprising of paintings, photography, ceramics, sculptures and installations showcase ...
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The shift Indian art world saw in 2017

There is never really a dull moment in art. Making it vibrant are festivals and fairs where creative synergies come ...
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India Art Fair 2018

India Art Fair 2018 turns its gaze inwards

The 2017 edition of India Art Fair featured a section titled, Vernacular in Flux, curated by art historian Annapurna Garimella, ...
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Khirkee Festival to celebrate ethnic diversity

What: Starting December 14 till December 17, multiple venues of Khirkee Extension will come alive with a four-day festival of ...
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Kerala artist gets Swiss patronage

In times when talent gets lost for the want of right direction or paucity of funds, in a first-of-its-kind patronage ...
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Jatin Das showcases enviable collection of portraits

It was while shifting his studio from ShahpurJat to Mehrauli around three years ago that JatinDas’s pupil Aalap Shah discovered ...
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'Compass', 2017, 36x80 ins, Acrylic on Canvas (Custom)

The present socio-political scene is very disturbing

Mumbai-based artist Sudhir Patwardhan’s ongoing exhibition, Spectres at Vadehra Art Gallery comprises a body of over 80 works that majorly ...
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British realist painter

British realist painter on his craft

A realist painter, Steven Lawler’s surreal portraits stem from his imagination as it does from his real-life subjects. The UK ...
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Tips for buying your first piece of art

There is always a first time, right. And, in all probability, you are bound to make some mistakes. But when ...
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Fundraiser by Kochi Biennale Foundation

An array of signature artworks of modern and contemporary masters, ranging from the late Amrita Sher-Gil to A Ramachandran and ...
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Carpet of Flowers, Watercolour, Pen & ink on Paper, by Maya Burman

Paris-based Maya Burman’s solo exhibition

What: Living up to the artistic legacy of illustrious parents is always a daunting task. But Paris-based Maya Burman – ...
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Tracing the story of fireworks through Indian paintings

As we celebrate the festival of lights, let’s take a look at how Indian art had depicted this festival. While ...
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A show of drawings in the city

What:  Pure Concept, a group show of drawings by features of nearly 60 drawings by 28 eminent Indian artists ...
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Five Indian artworks that set world records in sale

Over the years, modern Indian art has slowly, but steadily made inroads into the world of highest-selling artworks at the ...
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Five offbeat international museums

Continuing from where we had left, the second and the final part of our museum series will take you on ...
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Remembering Gandhi and others legends

It is never too late or enough to remember with gratitude the great legends that India has produced over the ...
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Five offbeat museums you should visit in India

If we go by definition then a museum is an institution that cares for or conserves a collection of artifacts ...
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