Elizabeth Drury at Akara Art

Surreal objects in monochrome and colours are what entrance the viewers as they observe something similar to astral projections in the show Objects in Transition in Akara Art. Keen to know how Elizabeth creates her artworks, I caught up with the […]

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Whittled Space: Piraji Sagara

The show Whittled Space at Akara Art showcases a set of fifteen selected works of the celebrated artist Piraji Sagara. One immediately notices an interesting interplay of vibrant colours and muted shades that meld to form an organic unity instead of […]

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Shubigi Rao

One of the first things that struck me when I went through Shubigi’s artworks in her exhibition The Illegitimate Archivist was that it was text-heavy in a way where the artwork didn’t seem burdened by words. In fact, these were […]

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Exploring Lines

Lines, since childhood, have been equated with two-dimensionality. It’s possibly the first thing we learn to draw as children. There is a sense of nostalgia and a remembrance of the very many concepts that spring up from the mention of […]

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Book Review: Home in the City

Sooni Taraporevala is famously known for her photography, screenwriting, and film-making. Harper Collins has published a book full of Sooni’s photographs that capture the very zeitgeist of Bombay that slowly turns into Mumbai, and her own journey in photography. The […]

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The Cinema Travellers

Tucked in the green lanes of Vasant Kunj suburbs that are dotted with farmhouses, Galleryske and Photoink are comfortably ensconced amidst the pleasant foliage. Photoink and Galleryske have collaborated to bring out this particular show which exhibits colored photographs by […]

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Mapping Memories: Madhvi Subrahmanian

Singapore based Madhvi Subrahmanian primarily is a clay-based artist who renders her experiences and expressions through clay and ceramic installations. Not willing to be bound to just one medium, she engages with various forms of interactive installation artworks. Her distinct […]

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Sohrab Hura

There is something eerily beautiful and poignant about the photographs by Sohrab Hura displayed in the exhibition titled, “Sweet Life” in Experimenter gallery, Kolkata. These photographs paradoxically straddle austerity as well as a plethora of emotions that leaves us to […]

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Stretched Terrains

The display of an artwork makes all the difference in how it’s perceived. At the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) in South Court Mall, Saket, the artworks came to life with the lights coming  on. Stretched Terrains curated by […]

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