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Ekatmata Sharma

An artist’s expression of agony

Posted on: 13 Oct 2018

Singapore-based artists of Japanese and Indian origins Sunaina Bhalla Sachio Sharma have come together to create a conceptual installation inspired by the Japanese concept of Ma at Japan Foundation. Ma in Japanese culture refers to space interval defined as void. The thought-provoking homage to Ma explores the impermanence of life, evanescence of life forms, emergence […]

Time travel through vintage cameras and photo archives of an exiled Nepalese King

Posted on: 19 Aug 2018

Archivist and photographer Aditya Arya and Isha Singh Sawhney take us back in time through a collection of vintage cameras and extensive repository of images from the Bhuvan Kumari Devi Archives. A bunch of Sepia photographs are strewn across the carpeted floor and next to it is a big brown box of another hundreds of […]

The Dutch tradition flower painting comes to India

Posted on: 14 Jul 2018

Contemporary Dutch photographer Bas Meeuws exhibited for the first time in India the traditional Dutch genre of flower painting in his exhibition ‘Spring in wintertime’. Showcasing a selection of 43 photographs, the exhibition brought together new and previously unseen Indian work produced in conversation with Tasveer, along with a selection of Meeuws’ early floral still-lifes […]

Experimental photographs and conversations

Posted on: 15 Mar 2018

Sixteen Indian and French artists engage with the process of creation, contemplating their respective environments and reacting to the site of the exhibition, creating a conceptual space that mutates into a physical one. ‘Mutations: Indo-French Image Encounters’ breaks the glass ceiling of a conventional gallery show and tries to experiment with different spaces, under one […]

Colours of Assam at Rongali 2018

Posted on: 09 Mar 2018

The 4th edition of the festival saw cultural revival of Assamese tribes, bringing forward their music, food, costumes and art on one platform. Guwahati came alive with Assamese culture at Rongali 2018, as the fourth edition brought together music, dance, art and food of Assam under one roof. The fourth edition of Rongali was held […]

Get set to witness Seema Kohli’s ‘Tree of Life’

Posted on: 18 Jan 2018

Artist Seema Kohli will be showcasing at India Art Fair 2018 with Gallerie Nvya, Gallery Veda and Latitude 28. Seema Kohli who is known for her Tree of Life series in different mediums, will be showcasing ‘Tree of Life” in a different avatar this time at India Art Fair 2018. She tells, “With Gallerie Nvya […]

Seema Kohli revisits Van Gogh

Posted on: 18 Jan 2018

Artist Seema Kohli interprets the great artist Van Gogh in her artworks through different mediums like sculptures, photographs and paintings. Vincent Van Gogh once said, “I want to touch people with my art. I want them to say ‘he feels deeply, he feels tenderly’.” Contemporary artist Seema Kohli’s art resonates with what the legendary artist of all […]

Rapping the glass ceiling

Rapping the glass ceiling

Posted on: 17 Jan 2018

As a debutante in the art scene, artist Sumit Roy is as honest as it gets with his first solo exhibition titled ‘I HOPE TO MATCH YOUR FURNITURE’. Representing the millennial generation, this multifaceted young prodigy offers a feast of art, design and rap music to viewers for their intellectual and mainstream pop culture sensibilities. His […]

Buddhist art – enlightening the mind

Posted on: 09 Jan 2018

‘Benevolent Gaze: Buddhist Imprints in Art’, an exhibit of 50 artworks comprising of paintings, photography, ceramics, sculptures and installations showcase artworks based on Buddhism at Ojas Art. As Buddhism strides across India and the world, both the message and the practice of Buddhism are entering the consciousness of people. Anubhav Nath, Curatorial Director of OJAS […]

The Snail Mail Project – The joy of letter writing

Posted on: 21 Jun 2017

Sumedha Sah, a Mumbai-based architect and self-taught artist, is reviving the art of letter writing through her initiative The Snail Mail Project. When did you start The Snail Mail Project? The Snail Mail project had been brewing inside my head for a few years and when I moved to Bombay two years ago, to work […]