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The Dim and Bright of an Artsy Life
New Indian Express

The Dim and Bright of an Artsy Life

HYDERABAD: When Arpana Caur came up with her first solo exhibition in Delhi in 1975, the young artist met with disappointing visitor attendance. With daily attendance seldom crossing one or two, some friends made fun of the painter sitting all alone ... New Indian Express, 2 months ago

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 Hindu2 weeks 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 week ago The life of a city  Millennium Post2 weeks ago Chandu Mhatre's Fine Art Prints Exhibition Urban Reflections  APN News1 month ago
Millennium Post

Small things matter

This one's for the photography enthusiasts. Time Out , a photo art exhibition by four prominent artists trying to portray the myriad facets of life and the real essence of small things in life . The Exhibition is an inspiration to take some Time Out ...
 Millennium Post1 week 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 week 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 Herald2 weeks 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 Hindu3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Art for a Cause

Mukesh Sharma's painting Anarkali Disco Chali has an elephant, decorated with kaleidoscopic Rangoli colours. Delhi-based artist Mukesh Sharma's painting Anarkali Disco Chali has an elephant, decorated with kaleidoscopic Rangoli colours, a ...
 Indian Express4 weeks ago

In the name of art

Mehac Foundation's exhibition aims to make a difference to the lives of people with mental disorders Joining hands with the most prolific artists of India, the Mehac Foundation has organised a captivating exhibition at the Annese Art Gallery, ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Moods of a woman

| Divya Kaushik A collection of over 300 artworks by curator Smriti Rajgarhiya-Bhatt explores the female form as perceived by the artists spanning from the pre-Independence to the post-Independence era. By Divya Kaushik She stands as a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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