Hanuman: Images Beyond Imagination – an Art Exhibition by Charuvi Agrawal

Title: Hanuman: Images Beyond Imagination Artist: Charuvi Agrawal Timings: 10:30am –  7:00pm Date: 10th April to 30th April, 2017 Venue: IGNCA, 11 – Mansingh Road, Gate Number 6, New Delhi Visual artist Charuvi Agrawal is organizing an art exhibition in collaboration with the Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi, titled Hanuman: Images Beyond Imagination between the 10 th  and 30 th […]

Vaishali Rajapurkar at Malaka Spice on this March 1st to 31st

Artist Vaishali Rajapurkar is a BA Psychology (Hons) and holds a Diploma in Fashion Designing and Fine Art. She has exhibited in group and solo shows in London, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Goa and Pune. She has participated in demonstrations and won several awards for her work. For her painting has been an integral part of […]

Seen through the kaleidoscopic lens of a global nomad by Susan Alice Lobo at Malaka Spice

Susan is an Army BRAT (Born Raised And Transferred). Born in Shillong, she traversed the length and breadth of India with her family during her early years. She is a Zoology major & qualified teacher from Cambridge University. Susan’s penchant for travel was kept alive by joining PanAm in its heyday, and this opportunity was […]

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 […]

Diwali through the eyes of a photographer

About Diwali Diwali is celebrated in the Hindu month of Kartik which falls sometime during October or November. It is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Ram from 14 years of exile and his victory over the demon Ravan. In many parts of India, Diwali is celebrated for five consecutive days and is one […]

Amrita Sher-Gil : Indian Frida Kahlo

One of the most talented painters ever to have graced the Indian soil, Amrita Shergil was an artist beyond compare. Though she lived for just 28 short years, she left an indelible mark on the history of contemporary Indian art. Amrita  Sher-Gil  was sometimes known as India’s Frida Kahlo. Born to a Punjabi Sikh father […]

Indian Maestro – Nasreen Mohamedi

A life on the lines… Nasreen Mohamedi (Karachi, 1937 – Baroda, 1990) was one of the first Indian artists to embrace abstraction, moving away from the more conventional doctrines  of Indian modern art in the early decades of the 20th century. She chose non-figuration, an artistic practice marginalised at that time by independent India, which […]