Children fine art gallery with the support of Raza foundation showcases the master’s serigraphs.Also on display are childrens works inspired by SH Raza. @DAIRA,Road No.5, BANJARA HILLS ,NOV 14, 5 PM onwards.
Traversing Empirical Spaces’ by Vijayraghavan S is at Goethe Zentrum till November 17.
Master Artist Ramesh Gojala draws extensively from mythology and creates aresting paintings in chronicles of mythology, presented by Gallery Space. @PARK HYATT,BANJARA HILLS till nov 13.
A shipping container as conference room, a bus to relax in, scooters, taxis and street lights right next to you… architect Mukul Kulkarni is strikingly unorthodox. By Nandhini Sundar It is customary to expect an office space to have straight-lined cabins, formal hues, and exude a sombre ambience. Even when a relatively cheerful lively ambience is preferred, the décor continues
Soundproof glass, Goan courtyards and trompe l’oeil meld to reflect the fashion designer’s philosophy of India Modern Tarun Tahiliani firmly believes that people who create style do not follow a style. The couturier — who also designs interiors and events, and collaborates on everything from fabric to carpets (like his 2017 project with Obeetee) — identifies as multi-disciplinary.
Lotuzhead paints at live gigs across Chennai wearing masks, scarves and even an occasional paper bag, much to the bewilderment of the city’s watchmen “Since I am anonymous, the background will seem very vague,” Lotuzhead says, cutting short all nosy questions that demand his identity. The Chennai-based artist who has been working under the name Lotuzhead since 2015, zealously keeps
Ashu Gupta ruminates on nature and its preservation through her intricate works in pen and ink at Art Bengaluru Ashu Gupta’s art works at Art Bengaluru manage to tug at your heartstrings. Ashu doesn’t just stop at depicting her muse – nature, but goes one step ahead and depicts it shorn of its glory. With her labour-intensive pen and ink
‘Tripura: Time Past and Time Present’ explored the rich cultural history of the State A mesmerising portrait of Maharaja Bir Chandra Manikya with his better half was the first thing that struck visitors at the Kamladevi Complex of India International Centre where an exhibition on Tripura, showcasing old paintings, photographs and new textiles was organised as part of The
Kerala-based artist Ratheesh T.’s new work explores matters of the moment in his richly toned portraits and landscapes, says Tejal Pandey There is something to be said about autobiographical works. A self-reflection, it’s the slight sliver of an opening where artists let their audience in on otherwise closely guarded inner worlds. For Trivandrum artist Ratheesh T., whose work has