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VAN GOGH & THE JAPANESE SPELL

2018-07-21 14:16:23.0
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: UNVEILING SUPPRESSION OF SOCIAL TRUTH

2018-07-14 14:21:50.0
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.

Shoonya Ghar Stuns Basel

2018-07-07 15:50:25.0
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.

Olivia Fraser's Lotus Leela

2018-06-30 13:20:30.0
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.

TRACING INDIA at BASEL

2018-06-23 15:10:53.0
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.

Avant Garde Art at Basel

2018-06-16 14:09:49.0
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.

Altars of faith

2018-06-09 14:01:26.0
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.

Saffronart's Bouquet of Masterpieces

2018-06-02 15:54:18.0
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.

CHRISTIE'S: Magical Indian Miniatures

2018-05-26 14:25:33.0
A terrific memorabilia of India’s magnificent past – the Arts of India sale at Christie’s London showcases some intricate miniatures that evoke intense memories of proud nostalgia, writes Uma Nair.

NEMAI GHOSH: SUBLIME WORLD OF SATYAJIT RAY

2018-05-19 13:39:04.0
Shadowing Satyajit Ray, Nemai Ghosh with his monochromatic lens has gifted the world a most vibrant glimpse into the magnetic candour of yesteryear legends, writes Uma Nair.

Bharti Kher: Silent Rhythms at Kunstmuseum

2018-05-12 13:03:35.0
Bharti Kher's display at Kunstmuseum is a dynamic reverberation of revolution enmeshed within social tradition. Her emphasis on materiality and expression tests the frontiers of interpretation – art isn't just beauty, it must provoke reaction, writes Uma Nair.

OF HISTORY AND INTAGLIOS: NGMA

2018-05-05 15:28:03.0
From the profound cross-hatched brilliance of Krishna Reddy, to the evocative prints of Jyoti M Bhatt – the dynamic collection at NGMA's Print Biennale is a visual respite – a salvation for the senses, writes Uma Nair.

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