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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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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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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Samit Das

Time zones melt as one enters Samit Das’s solo show ‘Apologue and Archaeology’. Is one looking at a contemporary work of art or a relic from Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa? It is this ambiguity that Das is striving for in what […]

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Spotlight: Noelle Kadar

On a sunny day in July, the Big Art team caught up with Noelle Kadar, the International director of the India Art Fair, to trace her involvement and passion with the arts. 1. Let us begin with your journey. How […]

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Karan Kapoor: Time & Tide

Photographs from another time, surface after two decades of being hidden away in a personal collection. It has the effect of a time machine, when one looks back on a bygone era. Many do not know Karan Kapoor as a […]

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A tete a tete with Gaurvi

1. Do tell us how your journey as an artist began? My inclination toward art started way back, when I was five years old. My father is a very creative person and was always interested in creating and watching him create, […]

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A tete a tete with Sahaya Sharma

It is perhaps oddly symbolic that artist Sahaya Sharma’s first painting that led her to become an artist was inspired by a photograph of roads crisscrossing. “I was just 17 and my father, who is my big inspiration and motivator, […]

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