In Repose 2/5 (Moth on a Switchboard)

An unmoving and focused settlement

Depicting the gothic placidity of lockdown during a Goan monsoon, each illustration centres a protagonist creature(s) that silently inhabits a home. Made as an attempt to understand isolation, loss and what it means to be

In Repose 1/5 (Frog on a Pot)

A long contemplation of the jump

Depicting the gothic placidity of lockdown during a Goan monsoon, each illustration centers a protagonist creature(s) that silently inhabits a home. Made as an attempt to understand isolation, loss and what it means to

Conjunctions (Brass Maquette 4)

A suite of four small-scale brass sculptures. In this series, Teja questions the ideas of space, form and volume. Her artworks are visual compounds of moving and colliding shapes in their multiple permutations and combinations, that call attention to subversive

Spring X

“My work focuses on the psychological and emotional aspects of an urban woman’s life in a world teeming with discord, inequalities, gender disparities, violence and environmental catastrophes. Often utilizing a subtle, dark and wry humour to address these troubling issues,

Spring Series

“My work focuses on the psychological and emotional aspects of an urban woman’s life in a world teeming with discord, inequalities, gender disparities, violence and environmental catastrophes. Often utilizing a subtle, dark and wry humour to address these troubling issues,

Spring V

“My work focuses on the psychological and emotional aspects of an urban woman’s life in a world teeming with discord, inequalities, gender disparities, violence and environmental catastrophes. Often utilizing a subtle, dark and wry humour to address these troubling issues,

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A writer, scholar, teacher and art historian, K G Subramanyan was also prolific in his art, employing a range of mediums and styles. His belief in the revival of Indian traditions led him to create a new artistic idiom, and

Growing Up

This work is from his series “Retake of Amrita”, which reassembles the extended story of the artist’s family as seen in photographs and albums made by his grandfather, Umrao Singh Sher-Gil (1870–1954), a philosopher and amateur photographer. Produced between 2001

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Inspired by the cultural context of her childhood, D’Souza creates narratives in her paintings that draw on Sufi poetry, creating flat surfaces of brightly coloured landscapes. Her work also draws on the production of Rajasthani miniatures, replicating the meticulous fine

404 Error, Place of Worship Not Found (2)

This artwork is from Purvai’s series “404 Error. Place of Worship not Found – CLAIMING SPACES.                                                                                                                                           “The 404 error, Place of worship not found message is my response, as an artist, to the CAA protests at Shaheen Bagh, the Delhi