New Delhi recently hosted one of its biggest art fairs, attracting over 90,000 visitors. The India Art Fair, organised in February, had 72 exhibitors from 23countries and 19 cities.
POINTS OF CONNECT BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH
In its narrow room inside Aspinwall House, a giant egg occupies its space so wholly that it seemingly leaves little room for observers to doubt its intent, or even move about for that matter. And yet,
‘BIENNALE HAS AN IMPORTANT SOCIAL AS WELL AS ARTISTIC AGENDA’: ANISH KAPOOR
Describing art as the “highest form of human activity”, distinguished sculptor Anish Kapoor contended that artists and art organisations need to be unapologetic about what art can do.
PRESIDENT VISITS KOCHI MUZIRIS BIENNALE
The President of India PranabMukherjee inaugurated the Kochi Muziris Biennale Seminar on ‘Importance of Sustainable Cultural Building’ on March 2, 2017 in Kochi, Kerala.
MY WORK: ABSENCE-PRESENCE
There is an important sense in which the only thing that does not seem to matter anymore is matter.(Barad, 2003/2008: 120)
MY WORK: OUROBOROS
The cycle of life revolves around birth, death and the eventual liberation from mortality. All forms of life depict the universal truth of continuation of life, existence and exaltation.
EXPLORING THE HOLY GANGES IN CLAY
From his series Excavations of Hymns of Clay, renowned artist Manav Gupta brings to fore a beautiful public art project on sustainable development.
Amrita Varma in conversation with Anju Dodiya
Amrita Varma in conversation with A. Ramchandran
March 15, 2017
58th National Exhibition of Art
February 14-March 20,2017
February 15, 2017
World of Watercolours
Paresh Maity: 40 Years Journey with Watercolours
Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
January 27 to February 17, 2017
Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi