December 2018

11
Dec

Blending design and philosophy-Article, Nandini Sundar

           Street with a building block on the right, and with galleries built below the hill on the left   Architect Sen Kapadia says buildings are bodies of confined space that inspire human activity. Nandhini Sundar Architecture is all about functionality and sustainability. The structure must be tuned to the movement of the wind and the sun and the secret

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11
Dec

Myths that crowd his canvas -Article, Gowri S,THE HINDU

Myths that crowd his canvas Artist K Muralidharan explains how the traditional, mythological and contemporary come together in a collection that marks his first solo show in a decade The deserted terrain of Hampi, replete with architectural ruins, made for an interesting yet static sight for K Muralidharan. Soon enough, the artist — a stalwart of the Madras Art Movement

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11
Dec

Pictures of the Coast Maia Flore’s Exhibition-THE HINDU

Atout France has acquired a set of photographs and films presenting the “littoral” of France via an artistic approach. This is an exhibition entitled ‘Imagine France by the sea’, directed by photographer Maia Flore. By visiting the French coast from east to west, Maia Flore embarks on a circuit-performance in 26 destinations that each offer the possibility of a trip

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10
Dec

Slices of life on the walls-R.Krithika,The Hindu

A closer look at the panels of the Saora paintings   | Photo Credit: M Periasamy The tribal art at the ongoing Aadi-Chitra exhibition showcase works from across the country Colour was the first impression when I walked into the art gallery of the Kasthuri Sreenivasan Cultural Centre last week. The centre is playing host to Aadi-Chitra, an exhibition of

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10
Dec

Between the primordial and the celestial -Tejal Panday,The Hindu

more-in Bombay Showcase Architect Bijoy Jain decodes the deep philosophies that bind his latest work now showing at Chemould Prescott Beyond a nondescript gate in Byculla is architect/artist Bijoy Jain’s workspace — Studio Mumbai. In stark contrast to heavily constructed city life on the outside, the world within, you realise as you walk in, embodies Jain’s ideal of “Man in

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10
Dec

United colours of Subodh Gupta -Article-Georgina Maddox,The Hindu

At the third edition of the Serendipity Arts Festival, the artist turns curator and looks into questions of race, identity and what is ‘mine’ and ‘yours’ Subodh Gupta is a hands-on, meticulous sculptor, and as he takes up the mantle of curator at the upcoming Serendipity Arts Festival (for a section in the Visual Arts component), this attention to detail

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10
Dec

A sea change -Article-Majari sinha,]The Hindu

Ahead of the Serendipity Arts Festival, Aneesh Pradhan, the curator of music segment, promises an immersive experience The upcoming Serendipity Arts Festival (SAF) – 2018 to be held in Goa from the 15-22 December 2018 will see multiple exhibitions, performances and arts experiences. SAF unites the creative disciplines, committed to creating tangible change across the country’s cultural spectrum by engaging

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10
Dec

Surya Namaskar DECCAN CHRONICLE.

OISHANI MOJUMDER Published Dec 10, 2018, 12:00 am IST The walls of State Art Gallery were adorned with canvases that could take away any art enthusiast’s breath.  Artist Surya Prakash with Dr Gullapalli N. Rao, Chairman, L. V. Prasad Eye Institute Organised by India Fine Art, the array of painting showcased Surya Prakash’s best works right from the 1960s to

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6
Dec

Meet Anita Fedver who specialises in sewing thread on canvas -THE HINDU,Raji Varghese

This is an ancient form of tapestry created by sewing thread on canvas, using a very fine needle. Anita Fedver grew up in Vukovar, an idyllic small town in Croatia. “It’s a tradition back home for girls to be taught stitching, embroidery, knitting and crochet from a very young age,” says Anita, who has been practising this intricate form of

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6
Dec

Eggs for the art -THE HINDU, Archit Mehta

Shankar Silaparasetty is an artist who uses eggs to showcase his creativity In the early 2000s, Shankar Silaparasetty was a fitness coach. Little did he know that one day he’d be using eggs (that he recommended to his clients) to make art! He uses egg shells for his works of art. From Gautam Buddha to Spider-Man, he has rendered them

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