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Art beat ticking

It has been an awesome art beat in the city. It was a tale of still life and animated people at the preview of Anjaneyulu G's Astonishing Expendables at India Fine Art gallery. On view were some striking paintings of a jar, kettle, canister and milk ... Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Man of steel: Artist Anjaneyulu G finds beauty in nondescript stainless...

After Anjaneyulu G completed his bachelor's degree from JNT University of Fine Arts in Hyderabad, he spent a lot of time in his room, making still life paintings. For inspiration, he turned to items scattered around, including stainless steel ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago The Expendables: Artist Anjaneyulu Gundu's hyper-realistic works  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

Artist showcases mundane objects in colourful spectrum

MUMBAI: Objects and still-life are central to Anjaneyulu G's opus. He paints still-life by singling out objects that are inconspicuous and don't catch our eyes as something out of the ordinary, despite them being ordinary. Anjaneyulu's association ...
 Times of India1 week ago

CPI(M) vows to fight against land pooling for infra projects

The CPI(M) will wage a relentless struggle against the State government's moves to adopt land pooling model for major infrastructure projects in cities and towns in the State. Party State secretary P. Madhu told reporters here that the ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Flyover works: Collector conducts surprise check

Krishna district Collector Babu A. on Wednesday said to achieve the targets given for early completion of the flyover project near Kanaka Durga temple, the officials must make the best of the available resources. He made a surprise visit to the ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

Plan to raise 50 crore plants in five years: CM

Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu said it has been targeted to raise 50 crore plants in the State in the next five years as part of the government's resolve to increase the forest cover from the present 23 per cent to 33 per cent. A sum of Rs.
 The Hindu2 days ago
New Indian Express

20 Percentage Children in 100 Million Migrant Population

A six-year-old girl succumbed to electric shock after stepping on a wire that was left unattended. This happened at a construction site in the city recently. Such cases are a routine affair in the lives of migrant families. Children who migrate ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago

Rights Bodies Oppose Curbs on Protests at Sub-collector's Office

VIJAYAWADA: Taking exception to the restrictions being imposed by the government by the police on protest demonstrations in Vijayawada and Amaravati, representatives of civil societies and political parties, resolved to request the government to ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Steel-ing the show

If there was ever a time where the phrase selling like hot cakes made sense, it is now, and in connection with city artist, Anjaneyulu. His show — Astonishing Expendables — in Mumbai, where he showcased 14 works, was such a success that on the ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 days ago
Mid Day

24 things to do around Mumbai from November 22 - November 28

Prev By sunday mid day team | Posted 22-Nov-2015 sunday mid-day brings you a complete planner of events for the week ahead Sunday Driver Discover Hindustani 11 AM 2 PM: So, you listen to hip-hop and trance, but have a secret crush ...
 Mid Day6 days ago
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