Meera Devidayal | Water Has Memory

Water has memory. Of the constantly transforming facets of land; of the persistent negotiations; of itself being overpowered and spurned, and gradually abused by the massive civilizational agendas. Water has seen the advancements and continues to watch the interminable alterations […]

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SHIFTING REALITIES

Anant Art presents nine artists from India and Pakistan who take us through a journey of shifting realities as they express them from their point of view. Each speaks from an experience of having lived in a parallel reality of […]

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Tarka | तर्क

What happens when ideas, discussions, formulas, concepts, stories, experiments are transformed into machines? The answer seems to lie with artist Shailesh B R, whose first solo titled Tarka (तर्क )  at Vadehra Art Gallery, premiered this July. Shailesh’s installations are […]

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Dissensus

Analogies are drawn from mythologies. Histories repeat within current affairs. Hegemonic destructions are widespread, but today dissent is the new crop, cultivated through speech and expression. The voice of dissent cries out, is heard, is ostracized. The voice resurfaces, is […]

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An afternoon in Kochi

It was a rainy afternoon with a dense blue-grey sky, rolling clouds, and damp breeze, when I decided to take a ferry across from Ernakulam to Fort Kochi. I was retracing my steps and revisiting the, third Kochi- Muziris Biennale. […]

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Variety

Ruminating on the multiplicity of imagery and impact of the internet on art, two artists Tara Kelton and Avinash Veeraraghavan present a variety of works in different media. Which perhaps why their two- person show at GALLERYSKE, is titled Variety. […]

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Feminine gaze

The Alliance Francaise basement Galerie Romain Rolland seemed a calm enclosure away from the searing heat outside. The space is meditative and vast, where spending time with each picture internalizes the labor each woman photographer put into conceptualizing them. They […]

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Young Turks

Big art turned the spotlight on a collection of young artists whose works pack a punch. We caught up with the artists who share their stories ideas and experiences. Gleaning inside stories about their art escapades, we quizzed them on […]

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Drifting Canvas

I remember when I was little, I would rummage through the Great Artists Series, in search of the brightest, most colorful collection of paintings by artists like Georges Seurat, Henri Matisse, Henri Rousseau and Toulouse Lautrec amongst a horde of other names. Tirelessly […]

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