Composition with Alams

Aijazuddin paints in mixed media; his work is formally inspired by Pop Art and showcases figures of deities or loving couples while hinging on the issues of communalism, secularism, and tolerance.

Xeno- Real- 1

Ranu Mukherjee makes bodies of work and large scale installations by combining drawing, painting and print on fabric or paper alongside video, animation and choreography. Her work is marked by a deliberate use of saturated color, layering or collision of

Tree of Life

This static image is from the hybrid film called ‘Radiant Chromosphere’ which is a part of a solo project based on the manifestation of nomadism. This piece considers the transition from an agricultural economy to the present day tech economy, …

Collage

Patel’s artistic endeavors encompass a multiplicity of styles, techniques and mediums. His creative output traverses disparate disciplines. A constant preoccupation in his work is the interrelation of light and color. Through all his shifts of style and medium, this investigation

Collage

Patel’s artistic endeavors encompass a multiplicity of styles, techniques and mediums. His creative output traverses disparate disciplines. A constant preoccupation in his work is the interrelation of light and color. Through all his shifts of style and medium, this investigation

The National Art Centre Gangtok

Rendered in bold realism and drawing on pop art iconography, Atul`s work reveals his attempt to go back to his roots. Like his exhibition on kitsch art, that he held in New Delhi some years ago. He says, “In India,

The Story Beneath the Bark III

Khageshwar’s interests in botanical specimens lead him to draw his sculptural designs from the logic of vegetal forms. His conscious use of the fundamental material like clay translated to complex and sophisticated ceramic and at times designs in metal are

The Story Beneath the Bark II

Khageshwar’s interests in botanical specimens lead him to draw his sculptural designs from the logic of vegetal forms. His conscious use of the fundamental material like clay translated to complex and sophisticated ceramic and at times designs in metal are

Nap at the Museum

Through his present body of works, Chandrasekhar has moved on to a more sophisticated and challenging search about object hood itself. Humour and satire has also been an undeniable undercurrent in his work. The objects that he makes most of

This House Once Stood in Another Country

The focus of Adajania’s writing, research and curatorial interests is the relationship between the artistic imagination and the technological resources and potentialities available to it in any particular society and period. She has proposed several conceptual tools with which to