Artist Swati Naphade walks through the doors of perception and reality and tries to discern a truth much neglected in a world where norms and social etiquette govern the lives of an individual, wiping out any trace of the true self. Sushma Sabnis profiles the artist.
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Review: Is It What You Think- KNMA/ Johny ML A child born in 1990 will turn twenty five years old next year; …
When you think of wax, all that comes to mind is candles and the molten substance we need to scrape off after it melts. But, when you meet artist Arati Bedekar, she’ll tell you there is more to wax then meets the eye. Allan Moses Rodricks reports.
Artist N Ramachandran questions mankind’s contradictory actions, development versus conservation, cities in flux, reports Sujatha Shankar Kumar
The metaphor of pain has often been a mentoring force in the disrupted lives of people. While most resort to a drug induced fog to wade through adversity, artist Rohini Sen puts her best foot forward with her drawings in her show, ‘The Efficacy of Exquisite Pain’, observes Venkatesh KN
Duchamp’s influence is in evidence at the fair, but can today’s artists reimagine his idea? reports Charlotte Burns
Titled Woman Sitting Under a Tree, the 20×33.2 cm work with NGMA is currently on display, while the ‘same’ Nandalal goes under the hammer at the ‘Significant Indian art’ auction to be held in Delhi. Vandana Kalra reports.
As new galleries and non-profit spaces open across the country, interest in contemporary art from Africa is growing abroad, reports Anny Shaw from the Art Basel
Peace is a common motif running in all the works of Ahimsa artist Ignatius Xavier Joseph. All his paintings are accompanied by a poem, reports Neeraja Murthy
Pooja Savansukha looks at the double role taken on by four leading Indian artists of their time.