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Siddharth Kerkar: Scapes

Scapes: an artistic representation of landscapes and terrains, painted using a minimal palette with various media a solo show by Siddharth Kerkar at the Museum of Goa. Siddharth spoke to us about the show and talked about his future plans.

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DESTINY: SOLD OUT

Fate and Destiny are perceived as twin sisters, that guide humankind through the perils of life. Destiny may be read as both redemption and nemesis of human existence. According to Modern philosophers, destiny ultimately revolves around death, rather than the […]

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Summer Soirée

Summer evenings exude a feeling of breezy playfulness, they drink in the afternoon, turning the heat to a sublime coolness. In a show that entailed photography and paintings, plentiful conversations thrived at Art Explore on the 25th and 26th May […]

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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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Full Moon On A Dark Night

  Soumya Sankar Bose writes about his photograph, “A friend used to tell me about her dreams. For the last sixteen years, she has dreamt of sitting on a chair beside a window in the room in which her sister died. […]

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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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Group Show at Museum of Fine Arts

Inspiration works in mysterious ways. When, where and how it strikes is an unknown phenomenon. Bridging spontaneity and mindfulness springs raw narratives. In a group show by seventeen artists from around the country, a similar situation greets us with a […]

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Sahil Naik’s Ground Zero

The fear of apocalypse is as old as the history of humankind. With the evolution of society into the postmodern era, we have, at our disposal, a plethora of causes for the complete annihilation of all that is alive and […]

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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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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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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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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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