Sculptor K. S. Radhakrishnan is in Kerala revisiting memories, recharging his batteries. ‘Panta Rhei: everything flows’, an exhibition of his latest works, is on at the Kashi Art Gallery in Kochi. He speaks about his muse, his mentor Ramkinkar Baij and the journey with his creative idiom in this interview.
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Alexandra Grant’s text paintings are collaborations with writers and their ideas, which makes sense because she appreciates the complex nature of dialogue: the exchange of both concepts and language, the act of deciphering and interpreting, and the inevitable losses in translation and how the viewer makes up for them in ‘conversation’ with her art
Robin Woodhead, Chairman, Sotheby’s International, predicts the underlying wealth of untapped Indian art will dominate the art world, globally. Not only big Indian cities which produced art dealers and buyers, tier II towns will see a growing number of people with interest in art. The graph of growth will remain steady in India
Nityan Unnikrishnan’s second solo,‘While Everyone is Away’, opens at Chatterjee & Lal, on the 14th of February and will be on view for a month. Nityan’s work is rich in detail unfolding through the power of suggestion, evoking a sense of things remembered, fragments of dreams, and characters whose universe is immersed in its interiority.
The winner of Skoda Breakthrough Artist Award 2012, Rohini Devasher, talks about her art and using science and fiction in her works. Among the few prizes available in visual arts, Skoda Prize for Indian Contemporary Art, carrying a purse of a million rupees is becoming as coveted as perhaps the Turner Prize
A new age knight armed with a camera and a paint brush, Kishore M Sali is not your ordinary artist. Spiritually inclined and on a noble quest to conquer the hearts of art lovers, and restore peace into their lives, through his variety of works, is what drives this committed artist.
Artist Mithu Sen talks about her Paris residency and recent show ’Devoid’. In this interview, Sen talks about the new works, and the roads she is taking in view of the new explorations in her art. She was a resident artist at Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris, where she worked on new multi medium work.
Jeetin Rangher was studying computer science when he decided to become an artist. He believes an artist should accept his surroundings, absorb as much as he/she can and then try to deliver. Initiator of the Green World Art Festival, he has been teaching art to school children in the valley of Kashmir
New Delhi based artist and architect, Asim Waqif’s “Bordel Monstre” at Paris’s Palais de Tokyo with the support of SAM Art Project, raises questions in this interview, about damage to the environment and effects on natural resources through his installation made from recycled trash. On view till January 21, 2013.
Kochi based artist K T Mathai is passionate about two things, Art and e’Art’h. In his ‘Clowns’ series he talks about being a silent and a not-so-silent witness to the destructive changes in his village environment brought on by the land and sand mafia, in this exclusive interview with CAA.