Time Does Not Exist at Apparao Galleries – Chennai

Abstraction is a personal journey of each artist with a narrative that is individualistic. In their journey these four artists have woven different ideas . Curatorially the idea of timelessness is explored in varied representations  of these four artists in this collection. The whole idea of timelessness is beyond words. The term “timeless” often carries…

Translucent Steps by Ganesh Pyne at Apparao Galleries – Chennai

Ganesh Pyne (b.1937-) is synonymously identified with the Bengal School. This judgment is in keeping with the fact that his works have the same detailing, an innate lyricism, a romantic feel, fine handling of forms and a subtle somber palette. Through his symbolic language he conveys an existential angst in reaction to the social conditions that he…

‘Read Red’ by Velu Viswanathan at The Lodhi, Delhi

Velu Viswanathan, popularly known as Paris Viswanathan (born 1 January 1940) is an Indian painter, has carved his own domain in the contemporary art scene. He lives in Paris since 1968. He had been selected for the Kerala Lalitakala Academy fellowship for 2008. One says it is by walking that one traces one’s path. Life…

Shine Shivan’s solo, In-cult at Sakshi Gallery.

Sakshi Gallery is delighted to present ‘In-cult,’ an exhibition of installations and drawings by multimedia artist, Shine Shivan. The show previews on January 16 and marks Shivan’s return to Mumbai after a gap of four years. Shivan has, in the past, explored the limits of drawing, gender identity, and indeed life itself, through various disciplines,…

Michelle Y. Poonawalla opens her collateral project at the Kochi-Muzuris Biennale 2018

Michelle Poonawalla opened her multi-media installation titled Introspection on 12 December at the Cochin Club, as a part of the collateral projects at Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018. Since it’s opening, the project has seen visitors across demographics who have left enthralled with this experiential installation. Introspection builds on Poonawalla’s growing interest in large scale, interactive installations….

Bandana Jain Studio – India’s first cardboard art studio now open

Bandana Jain Studio is India’s first cardboard art studio based in Worli, Mumbai. Spread across 1500 sq. ft. the studio houses the artworks created by Bandana Jain. The different artworks showcase the utility of cardboard as a new age material in crafting contemporary stories. Some of her well-known artworks like Perfectly Imperfect and Fluid Bench…

“Nuances of Blue” – an art exhibition from 3rd September to 31st October

“Nuances of Blue”-an art exhibition showcasing a group of ten young and emerging contemporary Indian artists, who have creatively explored the colour blue in their expressive artworks. On view are heavy impasto paintings, as well as thin transparent layered works; quirky takes on everyday objects ,optical illusions and an exploration of urban themes. The talented…

Serendipity Arts Foundation announces curators for Serendipity Arts Festival 2018

Serendipity Arts Foundation reveals the names of curators for the third edition of Serendipity Arts Festival 2018. The new panel of curators will showcase their unique efforts on December 15-22, 2018 at the multi-disciplinary event in Goa. Leading curators and practitioners in their respective fields, this year’s list of curators span generations and bring a…

New Traditions: The influences and inspirations in Indian textile, 1947 – 2017

Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur presents an exhibition which traces an evolution of aesthetics in Indian handmade textiles from the country’s independence In 1947 till now. Reflecting the fields of art, design, fashion and craft, it presents paintings on cloth, tapestries, sculpture, carpets and rugs, saris, garments and other forms of creative expression in fabric. Together,…

Art & Culture at ‘Mind the Gap’ #GenderAndTheJob

Mind the Gap – a unique event on gender dynamics within the workspace, presented by Dysco and MIXX. The event will take place on 3 June at WeWork (BKC), Mumbai. Among a series of curated panels across different industries, this day-long event will have a panel discussion on gender within Art & Culture as well…

Glimpses of India – Twenty years of wandering by a Firanghi

A painting exhibition by Michel Testard Bikaner House, New Delhi Thursday, May 17th to Sunday, May 27th 2018 Timings : 10.30am to 6.30pm Trained in the elite Ponts et Chaussées engineering school (Paris) with a subsequent MBA at INSEAD, Michel Testard was not destined to remain an international management consultant. India cut across his path…

Anant Art Gallery presents HASHIYA: THE MARGIN

Anant Art Gallery presents HASHIYA: THE MARGIN a major exhibition exploring for the first time the tradition of illustrated margins in miniatures through contemporary art. The exhibition inaugurated by the poet, lyricist and screenwriter Javed Akhtar, and guests of honour Prof. B.N Goswamy and Salima Hashmi at Bikaner House, Pandara Road on Friday 30th March…

Jewellery and Art Unite: Gyan Jewels launches the Blooming Arrow collection inspired by medieval Mughal paintings at Gyan Museum

Bespoke jewellery brand Gyan Jewels launches the new Blooming Arrow, collection inspired by the distinct of ancient Indian painting. With an innovative design language that amalgamates art and antiques with fine jewellery, this new collection brings an contemporary wearable edge to traditional motifs. Established by Suresh and Arun Dhaddha, alongside Gyan Museum in 2016, Gyan…