Exhibition showcases Indian folk and tribal art forms

New Delhi, Nov 23 : Two leading art galleries, Exhibit320 and Blueprint12, have come together to create a platform for Folk and Tribal Art. The exhibition resulting from this collaboration offers an invitation to the viewer to discover other regions and artists that epitomize the incomparable diversity of contemporary tribal and popular Indian art. Titled […]

NCPA to host eighth edition of theatre fest

Mumbai, Nov 23 : One of the most anticipated events in Mumbais theatre calendar is all set to return to the city for its eighth edition at the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) with playwrights and actors from a diverse stream of backgrounds and languages. Titled “Centrestage,” the festival is a treat for theatre […]

34 artists join hands to capture trends in contemporary Indian art

New Delhi, Nov 23 : An upcoming group exhibition aims to capture the trends in contemporary Indian art and 34 leading figures from the art world have come together to create exclusive works for the show. Titled “Art Now,” the exhibition is a follow-up to its first show held at Mumbai’s Jehangir Art Gallery last […]

Online auction traces the development of Indian art through 121 works

New Delhi, Nov 23 : From mother goddess sculptures created over two thousand years ago to Indian Modernism and todays contemporary art, Saffronarts upcoming online auction traces the development of Indian art through 121 works. “From Classical to Contemporary” will be held on saffronart.com on December?6 and 7?, with viewings in London, New Delhi and […]

Art market all hype and high society: Artist Jatin Das

By Saket Suman New Delhi, Nov 21 : Prominent Indian artist Jatin Das — painting for well over five decades now — has come down heavily on the state of the contemporary art market. In one of his rare interviews in recent years, the prolific artist reflected upon his illustrious career and maintained that the […]

‘It is not impossible to clean the Ganga, but it’s very difficult’

By Saket Suman New Delhi, Nov 19 : About five years ago, when Financial Times journalist and author Victor Mallet began living in Delhi, he was shocked to discover that the Yamuna — “this beautiful river of Indian legend and art” — was chocked with untreated sewage and industrial waste after it had passed through […]