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Breathing art into dying weaves

Priya Ravish Mehra was a textile artist and researcher who vociferously championed the ancient Indian art of darning called Rafoogari through her art practice

Published on 11th August 2023
Artwork on display

Kalakriti Art Gallery's Sands of Time II: Delving into sculptures and time as profound potions

The group show will decode sculptures as a timeless realm 

Published on 30th June 2023
Portraits on stone

Carved In Stone: This Kerala man works wonders on these stone portraits

Artist Harish Kongad carves wonders on granite stones. His collection of intricately carved portraits have fetched  many records

Published on 13th June 2023
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Christies presents sculptures sale 'Maitres anciens: Peintures' in Paris

Some significant rediscoveries will be showcased during this auction

Published on 3rd June 2023
Paresh Maity

Artist Paresh Maity brings his biggest solo exhibition to the city

The exhibtion comes to an end in the city after successful outings in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Goa

Published on 24th February 2023
Some of the exhibits

The Crowd and Its Avatars displays sculptures by K. S. Radhakrishnan

Curated by R Siva Kumar this is a major exhibition of Radhakrishnan's recent sculptures. 

Published on 10th January 2023

Surreal, magical, visceral

The gallery is hosting a one-month-long exhibition of works by young artists across the state to mark death anniversary of the late artist K P Krishnakumar

Published on 27th December 2022
Artwork by artist Angus Taylor

Art devoid of agenda: In his first work in India, South African sculptor Angus Taylor creates an 'anti-monument'

Known for his powerful sculptures, South African artist Angus Taylor is working on "Holderstebolder", a work that shows a man upside down, to depict art devoid of agenda in his visual parlance.

Published on 7th March 2019

Galerie Sara Arakkal’s virtual show exhibits a mix of acrylic on canvas, mixed media on leather and iron sculptures

These artworks were created by the featured artists during the lockdown last year, and have finally found a platform to be showcased

Published on 26th April 2021
Jaroslava Brychtova (Radek Petrasek/CTK via AP, file)

Czech glass artist Jaroslava Brychtova passes away at age 95

Jaroslava Brychtova, a Czech glass artist whose sculptures and other works created together with her late husband Stanislav Libensky won international recognition, has died. She was 95.

Published on 11th April 2020
Glimpses of post-Independent India at NGMA (Photo: IANS)

New NGMA exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints offers glimpses of post-Independent India

Selected artworks from the post-Independence era that offer a glimpse into India's contemporary art have been put up on view at the National Gallery of Modern Art in the national capital.

Published on 20th February 2020
Mona Hatoum's solo show at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris 

Mona Hatoum's new sculptures, installations and works on paper hosted at Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris

Mona Hatoum's art reflects on world conflicts, migrations, and surveillance, using materials as varied as steel, brick, concrete, and human hair, to create spaces of tension, paradox and ambiguity.

Published on 18th December 2019
Caesura/Continuum by Raj Shahani

Raj Shahani's bronze dancers in Caesura/Continuum come to life at Jehangir Art Gallery

The show brought together a selection of 25 bronze sculptures from the series Emotion, inspired by lyrical movements of the human body, through sensitive observations of dancers in motion.

Published on 9th November 2019
File photo: Sudarsan Pattnaik (Source: Internet)

Odisha sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik wins People's Choice Prize in Boston

Renowned sand artist from Odisha, Sudarsan Pattnaik, has won the People's Choice Prize at International Sand Sculpting Championship 2019 held in Boston, US.

Published on 28th July 2019

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