Vijaya Kumar Somanchi’s art exhibition at Malaka Spice, Hyderabad

A graduate from Andhra University, Vijaya Kumar is a self taught artist. His ardent love for art helped him study various art forms. He guides research scholars in their doctoral thesis papers. He is frequently invited to give demos in art centres to various sections of people and also in educational institutions that include BFA […]

Empathy and risk: three mirrors and a wall by David Cotterrell

For his fourth solo exhibition at the gallery, David Cotterrell presents three works from the Mirror project: a series of two-screen works produced in collaboration with Ruwanthie de Chickera considering polarised perspectives, drawing alternatively on assumption and objectivity. This evolving project is designed to explore the common human characteristics that could provide a stronger empathetic […]

Glimpses from Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016 – Part I

UNKNOWN + GALLIANO, BAD TRIP 2016 Daniele Galliano will inhabit this open studio space for the 108 days of the biennale. In the Unknown + Galliano, Bad Trip India studio, Galliano will meet and interact with Biennale artists and members of the public,who will in turn become subjects within the paintings to be exhibited in the space days. […]

A League of Their Own: Visual and performing arts program for woman in Germany on 18th to 23rd April 2017

Culture Fox, a young start-up that organizes specially curated art programs to Europe, offers this year from 18th to 23rd April’17 a program especially for women. This cross-genre program on visual and performing arts gives an opportunity to go beyond the audience mode and become a participant through workshops and other engaging activities, while taking […]

Country Matters

09 Dec 2016 – 10 Jan 2017 Beyond Malabar, 1/258, Napier Street, Fort Cochin in association with Gallery OED Cochin. India grapples with a historical legacy of graphic depiction and description co-existing with a conservative social order, a poverty of individual choice, and the disapproval of alternative sexual practices. Country Matters explores sexuality within the […]

Know the artist of Kochi-Muziris Biennale’16 – Abhishek Hazra

Abhishek Hazra is an artist based in Bangalore, India. His close yet idiosyncratic study of the historiography of science has led him to examine various technologies of knowledge production and dispersion. He uses video, performance and prints that often integrate textual fragments drawn from real and fictional scenarios. The idea of the thought experiment – […]

Hyper-realistic goddesses by Omar Ortiz

Senor’ Ortiz possesses something very few men as well as few people on this planet possess. He has a “Keen Appreciation” of the female form. The human female is the most incredibly magnificent work of art that has ever existed in the history of this planet. Most of his works, which have been classified as […]

Art One at Avani – an art exhibition

Art One at Avani is an art exhibition that brings together the work of forty of the most recognized and promising artists from across the country. The exhibition being organized by Avani Art Initiative is its first annual art exhibition. The Avani Art Initiative is a non-profit organization formed to foster art and culture, locally […]

Meet My Imperfections: Art exhibition by Cipin Angel at Lalithakala Academy Art Gallery, Calicut

on October 28th to November 1st 2016. “…Everyone has a self portrait of life. When anything and everything under the sky appears to be a sequel of desire, lust and love. I say, I’m born. And when I’m born. I create. It was an illusion of wild desire, extreme lust, everlasting love, and altogether an […]

‘FACES OF CREATIVITY’ : Yusuf Arakkal’s Painting Exhibition

Artists don’t die, they live eternally through their works Faces of creativity: Yusuf Arakkal’s Painting exhibition at Durbar Hall Art Gallery, Kochi, Kerala till 30th of October, 2016.  

Exhibition of Wood Cut / Lino Prints by Jayesh K K at Durbar Hall Art Gallery, Cochin

Meet Mr. Jayesh K K’s Exhibition of Wood Cut / Lino Prints at Durbar Hall art gallery till 30th of October. These works are inspired from Indian tradition, culture, myths and to be precise, Kerala traditions (which can be noted in few works).

Art exhibition by Fine Arts, Parul University & Slovak Embassy in India

Faculty of Fine Arts at Parul University & Slovak Embassy in India jointly organized an Art Exhibition: HE Mr. Bertok, Ambassador of Slovakia with Mrs Bertokova, Krupa Amin, owner of the gallery, Prof. Vasudevan Akkitham, HOD Painting Dept, Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU, Prof. B V Suresh Associate Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU, along […]

Know the artist of Kochi-Muziris Biennale’16 – Himmat Shah

Himmat Shah was born in Lothal, Gujarat in 1933 and grew up in surrounded by the remnants of a prominent port city of Indus Valley Civilisation. He moved to Bhavnagar as a young boy and studied at Gharshala, a school affiliated to Dakshinamurti, the intellectual and cultural centre of the nationalist renaissance in Gujarat. At […]

Know the artist of Kochi-Muziris Biennale’16 – Abir Karmakar

Born in 1977 in Siliguri, West Bengal, Abir Karmakar completed his Bachelor’s degree in Visual Art from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata, in 2001, and then his Master’s degree in Fine Art from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda, in 2003. Karmakar is known for his casual and voyeuristic self-portraits, in which […]