Art Talk

ST+ART DELHI 2016 – MORE PUBLIC THAN STREET

St+art Delhi 2016 focuses this year between the walls of Khanna Market and Meherchand Market to inject life and colour into Delhi’s emblematic Lodh...

Reflected Verses by Arpita Singh | Shilpa Gupta

Let me begin by explaining the very title of this rather delicate, yet beautiful set of exhibits…

Ranbir Kaleka: A Visionary and a Storyteller

‘My work is like sophisticated kitsch,’ says Kaleka with a twinkle in his eye.

Ramakrishna Behera: New Paintings; LN Tallur: New Stone Sculptures – exhibition review

Quiet, peaceful and host to some of the most interesting collections of contemporary art, their latest exhibition features two artists, Ramakrishna...

Rajorshi Ghosh and Bijoy Jain’s combined show: a review

As the inimitable Haruki Murakami, articulated in the phenomenal ‘Kafka on the Shore’, “Artists are those who can evade the verbose.” Don’t we agre...

Preserving the Past for the Present | In conversation with Priya Khanna

And what a revelation this meeting turned out to be…

Past Tradition in Modern Spaces: Exhibit 320, Delhi

Ever since the Western modern school of thought brushed aside the feudal, agrarian ethic that valued traditions and structures of past times, conte...

Olivia Fraser’s ‘The Sacred Garden’: a sneak preview

It is to Olivia Fraser’s credit that her collection entitled ‘The Sacred Garden’ is so pure and pristine that right from the title to each intricat...

Must See Artist Collaborations at Delhi Photo Festival 2015

Here are a few noteworthy collaborations that we are looking forward to.

Museum without Walls or Walls without Museums? – Nandita Kumar at Lakeeren

She explores the duality in an encounter where one gets the urge to touch and feel at the same time while departing mentally to a deeper level of u...

Review | Yours Disparately | Anita Dube at Nature Morte, New Delhi

Text and language is used by Anita Dube as a metaphorical device, in some of her newer works, even as a metaphor for themselves, and a philosophica...

Review | The Art of Chess | Apparao Gallery, New Delhi

The maestro Satyajit Ray in his 1977 movie ‘Shatranj ke Khiladi’ or ‘The Chess Players’ captures India at the threshold of the 1857 mutiny.