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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; …
JohnyML, analyses the results of the recently held summer auction of Saffornart.com and says that the contemporary artists can wait another ten to fifteen years to come back to market the way the Moderns do today.
Many artists believe that they are very creative and critics exist because of their ‘creative’ works. But JohnyML says that critics are creative people and that’s why most often they could come up with fantastic stories about works of art that fundamentally say nothing.
JohnyML remembers veteran art critic, poet and writer, Keshav Malik who passed away on 11th June 2014.
Intellectuals are supposed to be tolerant of oppositional ideas and their debates should be balanced. Name calling should be the last thing that they should resort to. But unfortunately it is not the right wingers but artists like Anita Dube and Raqs Media Collective who resort to name calling and sarcastic abuse, says JohnyML
JohnyML, editor in chief of CartanArt visits the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi on the International Museum Day on 18th May, and says that instead of festivities he sees a dead house there. He argues that it is high time that better administrators take up the reins of this prestigious institution.
In this short and crisp review, JohnyML gives his opinion about two group shows at Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi. While he appreciates galleries giving out press releases, he asks why the curators are not written about in the short bio-sketch section in these releases.
What could be the role of artists under the impeding Modi regime, asks JohnyML, editor in chief of CartAnArt. Citing historical experience, he says that chances are more that artists themselves would now change their views according to the current wind of politics.
EDITORIAL: Death of Art Movements / JohnyML Art movements do not happen just like that. The urge for movements comes from a …