Fragrance

Harshida’s artworks beautifully portray a breakdown of communication: the unexpressed, surpressed frustration and anger that is felt deeply within – in a biological sense. Yet her works have an undercurrent of calmness and serenity, which generate a surreal impression in …

Burning Future

As the title insinuates, ‘Burning Future’ is the artist’s attempt to set ablaze the current trend of apathy within society towards child labour. Child abuse reached its peak in India during the Industrial Revolution; and continues hide (and grow) within …

Untitled I

Shikha often employs the female figure in her works, as she continues her engagement along the traversing borders of the personal and the political. In this work, ‘Untitled I’, we see her create the protagonist with soft feminine pastels, contrasted …

Liberty 69

This painting stands as a visual witness to the wants of women. In a society driven by patriarchy – it is the companionship between women that holds most importance. The essence of freedom comes from within; rather than extended from …

You, Me, Aur Kaa- Series 2, #1

Pinaki works with mixed media and experiments with materials to create a juxtaposition of prints and drawings. He believes that his work is not only about the relationship of the elements he uses, rather a social responsibility towards the people,

You, Me, Aur Kaa- Series 2, #2

Pinaki works with mixed media and experiments with materials to create a juxtaposition of prints and drawings. He believes that his work is not only about the relationship of the elements he uses, rather a social responsibility towards the people,

Salaam Bombay 1

Rout has re-interpreted the Ganjapas (hand painted playing cards from his home state Odisha based on mythological figures), and the city of Mumbai, with his first hand experience as against the preconceived idea of the city through Bollywood. Using the

Salaam Bombay 3

Rout has re-interpreted the Ganjapas (hand painted playing cards from his home state Odisha based on mythological figures), and the city of Mumbai, with his first hand experience as against the preconceived idea of the city through Bollywood. Using the

Chauk

Dilip’s painting titled Chauk is normally done for the Warli marriage.