Posts Tagged ‘Indian Art’

The last known authentic Mithila artists, Satya Narayan Lal Karn and Moti Karn are exhibiting at Jamaat Art Gallery till October 7th. Do catch the show. Thank you Dev.

Kavita’s having her first solo exhibition. If you’re in Bangalore, do attend. She does great work.

*An Indian By Design Exclusive* The opening of Lekha and Anupam Poddar’s new not-for-profit art space would preempt a surfeit of words on artists and collections. But I choose to speak first of their latest commissioned work – the Sirpur Mills Building. For it is as much art as all that it holds or will […]

Speaking Stones, 1998 by NN Rimzon . Now showing at Kashi Art Gallery as part of the ONLY ONE series.

Occupying Silence by Devashish Makhija. At Gallery Kanishkas, Calcutta. From 21 August to 10 September 2008. Write to nakedindianfakir (at) gmail (dot) com to buy/preview the catalog. I enjoyed the beautifully written notes from the past that inspired his works.

“ONE LIFE ON EARTH” will be on view from August 7 – 30, 2008 at Chemould Prescott Road in Mumbai and from October 4 – November 1, 2008 at Nature Morte in New Delhi. More work on her website.

*An Indian By Design Exclusive* I first saw her poring over sketches and doodles and drawings and a half-finished series of Cats on Chairs. She was so childlike in her enthusiasm, in her curiosity for feedback. Her art, much like her, is simple, genuine and rooted. In conversation with Kavita Arvind, artist, NID faculty and […]

I love her style, and I think she’s priced it very reasonably – Rs 7000 to Rs 22000. Contact Kavita Arvind. A-406, Fourth Floor, Purva Sunshine, Main Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 560008. Email: chidiyaudd at Website: Work can be couriered to other cities.

Europe belongs to Picasso, Matisse and Braque and many others. India belongs only to me. She died at an age people start discovering what they’re all about. 28. Too young. 1913-1941. But what a life it’s been.

Tara is run by a collective of writers based in Chennai, India. They work with a range of adventurous writers and artists from around the world, and create books in house as well. I loved their Indian sensibility and their aesthetics. Beautiful. You’ll find them here.