The tryst between brush and botany blooms at this exhibition on 19th-Century watercolour drawings of the forests and gardens of South India What do Shimoga in Karnataka, the Malabar region, the Lalbagh park in Bengaluru, and the Government Garden in Udhagamandalam have in common? Well, the watchful eye of the first Conservator of Forests for the Madras Presidency, Hugh Cleghorn.
Artists give vent to their imagination as they explore different themes on canvas. The group show includes a display of 45 works. @ Pegasus Art Gallery Till February 10; 4 pm to 8 pm
Life shines through in each work of artist Vasudev, whose show Inner Resonance: A return to Sama, comes to Chennai We are at the gallery at Cholamandal Artist Village near a banyan tree — in a sense, the place where it all began for artists of the Madras Movement in 1966. There’s the sea to the East, the busy ECR
PARADISE FOUND – CHARCOAL AND PASTEL ART WORKSHOP About The Event “The meditative process of making repetitive movements, lines and shapes, becomes the breath and music of the drawing.” Devanshi Damani Shah of Colour Crates stands by this principle while she channelises your creative energies in this workshop of mixed media art conducted on the 9th of February at Jxtapose.
Slabs come in many shades to protect your building from intense heat and rain. By Sathya Prakash Varanashi Ask anyone if he or she prefers sunlight or shade – the answer is predictable with no failed guess! Shade is what all animals need, including humans. Early architecture in the tropical zones of India had an overarching criteria in creating shade
Faster construction, advantage of low maintenance and aesthetics are the positives. By Sathya Prakash Varanashi Is building with mud an outdated technology? Is it no more practical to do so, considering that a large number of manufactured and marketed materials have flooded our times, claiming better performance and perfection, besides variety? This is a myth of sorts, which can be
Satire meets metaphorical slices of life in Rameshwar Broota’s latest works An exhibition of nuance and experimentation, master artist and photographer Rameshwar Broota’s new solo show titled “Scripted In Time – II” is being presented by Vadhera Art Gallery at Shridharani Gallery. “The age of digitisation has witnessed formidable accomplishments for photography technology, facilitating a range of effects. Ironically,
Hyderabad-based NGO Thinking Hand brought together senior citizens from old age homes and orphans to create pieces of art — but the art wasn’t the the most powerful outcome, it was the connections derived. When we think of the special grandparents-grandchildren connection, we see how much love and energy is invested into this bond. But sometimes, there are families which miss
Homage to Bapu(Clockwise from above) Ram Rahman’s photograph of Bhupen Khakar at Gandhi Museum; Krishen Khanna’s ‘Bandwallah’, Zarina Hashmi’s ‘Homecoming’, Anju Dodiya’s ‘Room with a view’, Satish Gujral’s burnt wood sculpture Tracing five veterans at the India Art Fair Compositions, styles, narratives, contextualisation and sensibilities all give way to a feast for the senses. New York-based Zarina Hashmi, the distinguished
A collection of Paintings and limited edition prints exhibition by vijit pillay will be exhibited. Feb 2 , 7.30 pm, Radisson Blu Plaza, Banjara Hills.