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Art is anything but elitist, says Kiran Nadar
Times of India

You Can't Keep Acid in a Paper Bag @ Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

Explocity.com is an aggregation of city-centric portals in New York, Dubai and 6 cities in India ( Bangalore , Mumbai , Delhi , Chennai , Hyderabad , Kolkata ). Explocity.com delivers the ultimate city experience through city features, events, ... Explocity, 1 month ago
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Lone Some

Exhibit 320 will bring Princess Pea in September, Artists say there is no season for art, but gallerists vouch for the season to sell. Shutters in the art district come down as temperatures sore, only to open with the monsoons. Clouds bring not ...
 Indian Express8 hours ago

Artepidia: Bharti Kher's artistic pursuits

Artist name: Bharti Kher Born: London, 1969 Lives & works: New Delhi, India Education: BA Fine Art Painting, Newcastle Polytechnic Awards: Asia Society Honoree, Arken Art Prize, Sanskriti Award, YFLO Woman Achiever of the Year Highly regarded ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Confronting past trauma through art

ad things happen. To everyone. But is it not relative? Is it what you think? This is the question asked by late artist Rummana Hussain in her part-performative work of 1998 and is the title of the exhibition on view at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art.
 The Sunday Guardian2 months ago

Art show revisits 16 Indian masters

Rarely does one get the opportunity to see works by the greatest names of Indian art under one roof. Precisely such an opportunity is presented by the exhibition An Unfinished Portrait, featuring the works of 16 Indian artists, among them Nandalal ...
 Outlook Traveller1 week ago
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Five entrepreneurs backed philanthropic organizations creating social impact in India

India is a country with a population of 1.2 billion people who come from different social backgrounds and cultures. World Bank has reported that 11.8 percent of the population in India falls below the international poverty line. There are many ...
 Yourstory.in3 weeks ago

A canvas steeped in colours of history and modernism

At the fag end of the 19th century, when the British were still holding on to India as the 'brightest jewel in their colonial crown,' a rebellious movement in Indian art began. Taking offence to the British branding Indian primitive arts as 'dead' and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Indian Express

An exhibition pays tribute to legendary artist Nasreen Mohamedi

Nasreen Mohamedi at her studio in Bombay at the Bhulabhai Desai Institute. Nasreen Mohamedi's is an intriguing world. Abstract pencil lines and geometric patterns float in the vacuity of a piece of paper. On others, complex yet organic structures ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

For the love of common people

At times, a story insists upon being placed within the contexts of time and ambience; it isn’t enough to merely start where it begins and with whom. That’s why what surrounds the cream sofa on which I sit to speak with art collector and patron, ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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