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Van Gogh found solace in Japanese art. Oriental colours, balance of strokes, attention to detail and inspiration from nature deeply invoked his artistic spirit.
Chittaprosad's art was motivated by the suppressed masses – their struggle in the face of cruel British imperialism found active voice in the evocative paintings and drawings of this master of aesthetics.
Sudarshan Shetty's Shoonya Ghar – an engagement with the dichotomies of life and death, connecting objects with their evocative consciousness through intense performances – deeply captivated the audience at Basel.
Reflecting upon the iconography and ethos of Indian spirituality – Olivia Fraser's art is a magnetic confluence of differences that journeys beyond the barriers of conventional knowledge.
India has marked its presence at the prestigious Art Basel with two compelling galleries – Shireen Gandhy's Chemould and Sunitha Emmart's Gallery SKE – that showcase the array of dynamism focal to Indian art today, writes Uma Nair.
At the heart of lush country landscapes, Art Basel presents an encapsulated world of expression in colours, paintings and sculptures – an overwhelming celebration of riveting art, writes Uma Nair.
In prayer we are one, even when our Gods are many – celebrating India's dynamic social fabric, Queensline Art Series brings a powerful collection of photographs capturing people across India as they surrender to their Almighty, reverencing the enigma of unwavering faith, writes Uma Nair.
From Francis Newton Souza's poignant still life to Tyeb Mehta's iconic Kali, further on to Rina Banerjee's voracious expression of political will through colour – Saffronart's 200th auction is testimony to the grand evolution in Indian art, writes Uma Nair.