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A mirror to the feminine

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Vinita Dasgupta's painting A new media work by Glower Paul A painting by Arpana Caur A prototype of an installation by Avani Rao Gandra A painting by Faiza A painting by Nalini Malani A painting ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

ArtMantram Presents Anāhata, an exhibition of 49 Internationally Renowned artists, in association with Time and Space Gallery

Previous story: Zebra Technologies MC18 Personal Shopper Solution Wins 2015 Red Dot Award for Product Design Next story: Biocon's CRO Arm Syngene Seeks Approval for IPO, Files DRHP Bengaluru : ArtMantram and Navarathan's Haveli in ...
 APN News4 days ago
Millennium Post

When art has healing qualities

These visual treats are healing and transplanting auspicious energies.Connecting through the energy field she hasput her Auric Visions to paper through the medium of inks and gives us visions of unseen frontiers. These beautiful and awe-inspiring ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

A Brush with History and Half a Century of Colour

Two milestones don't come together very often. But Artworld — Sarala's Art Centre, a second generation art gallery in the city, has had the rare opportunity to commemorate the golden jubilee year of the art gallery and the birth anniversary of its ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

The joy in little things

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The photography-art exhibition, titled Time Out, hopes to inspire people to indulge in some leisure and travel, for a while, to a place outside the monotony of day-to-day life.— Photo: Special Arrangement ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Small things matter  Millennium Post1 month ago
Indian Express

Photojournalist Chandu Mhatre's Urban Reflections: glimpses of changing urbanscape to Mumbai

One of Matre's public art installation. On glass facades, polished surfaces, and in dressed-up commercial windows that dot the busy city of Mumbai, 66-year-old Chandu Mhatre finds his city morphing at a surrealistic pace. A photojournalist for over ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Indian Express

Points of View

The collector has kept a close watch on projects related to religion and spirituality in India. It encompasses the entire cosmos — Vishnu in his grand avatar, representing the spiritual concept of all creation, diverse manifestations of a ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

A slice of Bombay in Delhi

For a person born and brought up in a particular city, the overview of the place is much different to what others form about it. So even if the whole world relates Mumbai with beaches and Bollywood, native Chandu Mhatre presents his good old Bombay through ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Millennium Post

The life of a city

Urban reflections, is a collection of realistic and surreal images of Bombay (Mumbai, India), as seen by me, over the last seven years. These images capture the rapidly changing life in Mumbai, which has adopted the path of vertical growth during ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

Celebrating Delhi's young women artists

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A visitor at exhibition Vama at Twin Art Gallery, IGNCA, in New Delhi on Monday.Photo: Shiv Kumar Pushpakar In an endeavour to promote young women artists in the city and give them a platform to share ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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