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Artspeaks India to host an online exhibition of Padma Shri Hemi Bawa’s ‘Bodies of Light’ 

The artist’s latest work includes glass sculptures, mixed media pieces and paintings

Serendipity Arts Foundation

Serendipity Art Foundation launches a digital experience - SA Virtual 

SA Virtual will feature curated projects, performances, workshops, talks, engagement-based initiatives and discourse around the arts

InKo Centre to present a session on Korean wooden architecture

Called Daemokjang, the episode is a part of their series that focuses on Korea's cultural traditions

Chaos in the Palace

Visual artist Waswo X Waswo revisits his 2015 miniature painting series, Chaos in the Palace

This series of 18 miniatures deals with concepts such as colonialism, rise of the right wing and race relations

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

Sudarsan Pattnaik creates 25-feet sand sculpture to celebrate Biden-Harris win

Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has created a 25-feet sand sculpture to mark the election victory of US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris at the Puri beach in Odi

Ministry is hoping that the reopening of museums, art galleries and exhibitions during the festive season would allow the public to once again enjoy exploring the rich cultural heritage of India.

Museums, art galleries to reopen from November 10: Culture Ministry   

Ministry is hoping that the reopening of museums, art galleries and exhibitions during the festive season would allow the public to once again enjoy exploring the rich cultural heritage of India.

(By Simran Dhiman)

BuJo Culture: Why more people are turning to art journaling to cope with lockdown and stress

Thanks to mounting stress levels with a generous serving of existential dread, the lockdown seems to have led many in the way of BuJo.

Homecoming by Sabyasachi Bhattacharjee

This online show by The Guild Art Gallery showcases work created by five emerging artists as a reaction to the 'new world'

From subjects about migrant labourers, changing city landscapes, and gender stereotypes to political ideologies, these artists reflect the thoughts of the 'new normal'

By Sunil Padwal

Ishara Art Foundation hosts Every Soiled Page, an online exhibition

The collection features works by Anju Dodiya, Neha Choksi and others

Works by Venugopal VG and Praveen Kumar

Bengaluru's Art Houz gallery reopens with a new show Journey II on its second anniversary

Journey II, a group show, presents work that was created during the lockdown

The gray schist triad of Buddha Shakyamuni that sold for $6,630,000. Picture courtesy: christies.com

A Gandharan piece sold for INR 48CR sets a world auction record at the Christies Asian Art Week

This has been the strongest season for Indian and Southeast Asian art online

Kerala-based artist selected for Rivers of The World project in India uses minimalism to inspire artworks

"Art needn’t be expensive or complicated. It is more about thinking creatively and differently," says Kerala-based artist Leeza John.

Survival Engine by Sabyasachi Bhattacharjee

The Guild Art Gallery's new virtual exhibition questions convergence and divergence of ideas and concepts 

This show looks at works that join the dots between the past and the present

(L) On top: A Bose's Bengal Famine (Pencil on paper) Bottom: Sphinx (Oil on canvas, circa 1960), (R) Humayun's Tomb (Watercolour on paper, circa 1916)

Prinseps opens the season with the launch of a luxury gallery and rare artist estates

The online gallery offers fixed prices sales and features a range of luxury items across jewellery, carpets, Art Deco furniture, objet d’art and property, with prices ranging from Rs 10k to Rs 10 cr