Arresting Alchemy with Shiv Yin

By Lika Posamari With the men, it begins. Choreographer Aimin Teng in white, six Chinese dancers in black. Two female Indian dancers, Souraja Kapoor and Kantika Mishra appear, dressed in gold and red. The lotus flower and red fan are […]

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Siddharth & GAAF

A young artist based in Goa, Siddharth Kerkar has been instrumental in conceptualising and organising the Goa Affordable Art Fest (GAAF). Tell us a bit about yourself? I started to create art at the age of 9. I had great […]

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Goa Affordable Art Fest

The Museum of Goa (MOG) has decided to launch Goa Affordable Art Fest (GAAF). The 1st edition of GAAF will be held at MOG from 17th December 2017 to 28th February 2018. We sat with Dr. Subodh Kerkar the founder […]

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Rachna Toshniwal

This year has been one where Scandinavian sensibilities of minimalism, utility, and zero waste have taken the world at large. From fashion to architecture, this growing awareness to conserve and lessen the burden on nature has also made its foray […]

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Munem Wasif

Jomin O Joban is an eclectic series of photographs that come together to resonate the socio-political ethos of a land that has taken various shades of meanings and significance. Photographs of exposed, dug out earth show stories of border skirmishes, […]

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Paris Photo

There are two things that are unique about a photograph: one, that it reproduces to infinity that which has occurred only once existentially, and two, it is a pictorial antiphon of “look”, “see”, “here it is” which is embedded in […]

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Sooni Taraporevala

Tell us about the show, and what according to you is unique? The show has 90 B&W photographs of the city that span from 1977 to the present day. It’s unique only because each photographer’s viewpoint and experiences are unique. […]

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Peace: Prakash Ghadge

Walking into the Lalit Kala Akademi, we come across a single piece of a medium sized pen and ink figurative sketch right outside the entrance of gallery 2. It looks almost photographic, as though someone has digitally manipulated it. Intrigued, […]

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Laura El-Tantawy

In the Shadow of the Pyramids documents Egyptian photographer Laura El-Tantawy’s intensely personal nine-year journey and entrenched reportage surrounding the events of Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Venue: Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House. On till the 20th of September.

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Arts4All

Arts4All, A4A is a self-sustaining not-for-profit foundation based in New Delhi. Monumenta is curated by Ravi Dhingra Visit: http://arts4all.in for more info.

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4 incredible women storytellers

Millo Ankha gives us an insight into Arunachal Pradesh and the North East of India. Tasneem Al Sultan covers the Middle East.  Pooja Jain is a Mumbai based photographer.  Aanchal Malhotra is writing about the partition of 1947 and lives […]

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Jignam

A Lhasa based “street photographer“. Making images of India using an old Rolleiflex.  “No politics please”, “no politics”,  he said.  We assured him that the images were being taken for an online art magazine.  He wasn’t convinced.

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Artist Spotlight: Bipin Kumar

Bio: Born 1967, Munger, Bihar. Calling to art: Came to Delhi in 89 and finished my MFA from college of Arts. Worked with all the big galleries. Dialogues with foreign and upcoming artists gave me inspiration. Inspired by:  Raza and Ram […]

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