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Ana Lamata

Ana Lamata’s talk on art and technology

Visual art is synonymous with technology. Though many would disagree. But if one closely scrutinises the relationship between the two diverse ends of the spectrum, one...

Lehgato by Sara Wadhwa

Sara Wadhwa was only 17 when we at artculturefestival first interviewed her. She was showing her photographs for the very first time to the world. Now, a 19-year-old,...

Vrikshadootam – a message from trees by Abhishek Singh

Born in Gwalior, artist Abhishek Singh is a unique storyteller and magician on the canvas. His stories and artworks explore the mythological stories of India. In a...

Guftagoo with Manav Gupta

Contemporary artist, Manav Gupta is famous for his five floor high 11500 ft staircase mega mural at the Airtel Centre, H.Q. campus. He is also an awardee of Sanatan...

Neetu Sharma is an award-winning artist

Neetu Sharma is an award-winning artist and picture book author-illustrator. She works with various medium with ease and has several exhibitions to her name. Neetu has...

Public art project creates awareness about plastic pollution

On the World Environment Day, young artists Gargi Chandola and Yaman Navlakha had painted a mural near Nehru Place Metro Station, which depicted the story of marine...

The Dutch tradition flower painting comes to India

Contemporary Dutch photographer Bas Meeuws exhibited for the first time in India the traditional Dutch genre of flower painting in his exhibition ‘Spring in...

Lahore Biennale director on the inaugural edition and challenges it entailed

The inaugural edition of Lahore Biennale concluded on a promising note on March 31, 2018. But the art gala underwent initial hiccups when Pakistani artist Rashid Rana...

Michel Testard’s works pay an ode to India

He is a French. Speaks ‘thoda-thoda’ Hindi and has travelled almost the length and breadth of India. Artist Michel Testard has no qualm in admitting that the vibrant...

Of Home, Homeland and more…

A thought-provoking installation at the first Lahore Biennale, Postcards from Home is Manisha Gera Baswani’s tribute to childhood memories of artists and their...