Writing for nearly 3 decades on contemporary Indian art can chisel one’s thoughts and provide an arsenal that brims on the volume and power of memory.Having penned reviews and observations for major newspapers like Economic Times ,Hindustan Times and Asian Age Uma Nai...
Jitish Kallat’s magnificently mammoth Aquasarus (2008) is a monumental 7-metre long skeletal sculpture on display at Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum as part of "Asymmetrical Objects"In January 2018, the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum will complete 10 years since it re-opened to the public in 2008 after a major restoration that took 5 years.
Francis Newton Souza’s Head in a Landscape (1958) will be available at the Christie's March sale in New York CityChristie’s upcoming March sale of South Asian Modern + Contemporary Art during the Asian Art Week, New York, includes over 70 lots and is expected to realize in excess of $10 million. The sale features modern masterpieces by celebrated artists such as Sayed Haider Raza, Tyeb Mehta, and Vasudeo S. Gaitonde, alongside works by contemporary artists.
To look at artist Jogen Chowdhury’s human figures created as drawings on sheets of paper is to be invited into the realm of a storyteller. This small solo of 15 works at Sanchit Art’s Booth E7 as part of India Art Fair 2018 extols the virtues of ‘small is beautiful’. These individuals with fleshy torsos — mostly topless, dhoti clad, at most times elderly, with thin, curled fingers and long arms, inform the social milieu of Chowdhury’s world and appear animated with character on paper.
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