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Navneet Mendiratta

Kerala artist gets Swiss patronage

Posted on: 01 Dec 2017

In times when talent gets lost for the want of right direction or paucity of funds, in a first-of-its-kind patronage in the Indian art world courtesy avid collectors Richard and Adrienne Blum of Zug, an emerging artist Unnikrishnan C. is all set to showcase his works at a solo exhibition in Switzerland in March 2018. […]

G Ravinder Reddy

G Ravinder Reddy’s solo show in Bangalore

Posted on: 21 Jul 2017

Internationally renowned artist G Ravinder Reddy opened his solo show at The Gallery, RMZ Ecoworld in Bangalore on July 9. This is his first in over a decade and brings together, a selected compilation of 18 of his sculptures and other works created through three decades of his artistic career, showcasing influences and explorations during […]

META festival

12th edition of META festival celebrates 10 exceptional productions

Posted on: 08 Mar 2017

Theatre is that powerful tool of social representation that does not hesitate to berate, rebuke or even laugh at the hypocritical weave that is so fiercely guarded by the custodians of the society. Since its inception, this medium has challenged the misrepresentations in the society and spoken out against the ills and prejudices that continue […]

Gopika Nath

Gopika Nath

Posted on: 06 Mar 2017

A textile artist who embroiders and writes, Gopika Nath threads her syllables into poetry, creative non-fiction and the odd art review. Her stitch journal www.gopikanathstitchjournal.blogspot.comlends a whole new dimension to the art of embroidery, augmented by her research and writing about different embroideries of the world. A Fulbright Scholar, alumnus of Central St. Martins School of Art and Design […]

Connecting with the inner divine

Posted on: 16 Dec 2016

The Jaipur ghats along the holy Pushkar Lake came alive to soulful renditions by classical and bhakti music stalwarts as the city played host to the second edition of Shree Cement The Sacred, Pushkar 2016 on December 10 and 11. Presented by Teamwork Arts, a premier entertainment company in the performing arts space, the festival […]

Pallav S Chander

Pallav S Chander

Posted on: 11 Nov 2016

Artist Pallav S Chander’s solo show of paintings, titled “A Painter’s Symphony” at Gallery Art’est, Sohna Road mainly focuses upon bringing out his own autobiographical experiences into a form of visual connection between himself and the audience. Been Diagnosed with dyslexia and Adhd, art has been more of a therapy for him, and the imagery […]


Saffronart’s Fine Jewels and Objets and Woven Treasures: Textiles from the Jasleen Dhamija Collection to go under hammer from October 18 to 20

Posted on: 12 Oct 2016

Preserved with utmost care and perfection, these are rare textile pieces that are deeply rooted in history and tradition and would well be a collector’s pride. Kashmiri Pashmina robes, Central Asian suzanis, Iranian kilims and Zoroastrian ritual sofrehs… woven treasures from India’s leading textile historian and revivalist, Jasleen Dhamija’s personal collection (acquired discerningly over six […]

Reuben Singh

Posted on: 10 Oct 2016

It was alongside creating lithographs and etchings on zinc plates at his printmaking class at College of Art, Chandigarh that Reuben Singh ascertained his love for photography as a visual medium. Fifteen years hence, Reuben has amassed an experience spanning human interest features, food and interiors, stylised portraiture and, needless to mention, his long lasting […]

Dancing family

Posted on: 03 Oct 2016

For a kashatriya, coming from a small village in Hyderabad, journey into the world of dance was not easy for Padam Bhushan Raja Reddy. Dance was definitely not considered a worthy profession for upper caste Reddys, and certainly not for boys. Retracing his journey to becoming a dancing family, along with his two wives – […]

Dia Mehta

Posted on: 06 Sep 2016

Constructing images Dia Mehta’s photography stems from the unique characteristics of a place and the mysterious air of architecture and ordinary objects, inspired by her travels. Her graphic work continually captures the elegance, spirit and strength of her subject. ArtCultureFestival spoke to her before she sets out to participate in the inaugural edition of Yinchuan Biennale titled ‘For […]