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At the Visual Arts Gallery, Sanjay Bhattacharyya's Shrines is a celebration of unwavering faith – evoking deep sentiments of worship, encompassing power and thoughtful subservience
Celebrating India's Modernists, Saffronart's September Sale brings a heady mix of artists with their complementing pieces of aesthetic wonder
From Tyeb Mehta’s testing Diagonal to F N Souza's splendid contours – Christie’s September Sale presents an evocative array of Indian artwork reflecting profound social truths with a transcendental interpretation of reality.
In evoking Krishna, we revere divine playfulness and spiritual revelry in a world marked by materialistic excesses and untamed desires.
Symbolising exalted fertility, cosmic creation and the ability to rise gloriously from nadir – the lotus flower has garnered an intrinsic space in religion, folklore and, inevitably, art.
N P Jayan, one of India's finest wildlife photographers, captures the wilderness of Kerala's Silent Valley in its pristine perfection – he assiduously creates images that are an attractive blend of blissful art and nuanced reality.
For F N Souza, Tyeb Mehta, S H Raza, K G Subramanyan and Ram Kumar blooming in Post Independence India, the provocations of Partition deeply proffered their vision towards philosophical, artistic and aesthetic emancipation.
Vipul Kumar, working in porcelain and stoneware, creates a corollary of conversations that define his deep explorations into the paradigms of sensations and aesthetics.