The emotion of love has always been a subject of artistic expression across time and place. Same has been the case with the art of India where this sublime feeling has been timelessly interpreted and depicted spanning antiquity to the contemporary era. Miniatures painting from different stylistic schools from across India are the ones where the romantic theme has captured the most attention.
Four Indian artists are participating in the latest edition of Chobi Mela, Bangladesh, the international festival of photography which has come to be one of the most significant photographic events in Asia. Organised by Drik Picture Library Ltd. and Pathshala South Asian Media Institute, ‘The zero / শূন্য edition’ of Chobi Mela will be held from 12 -21 February 2021.
With artists of many generations bringing alive the emotion in different styles, forms, mediums, and visual language, a wide oeuvre of Indian art has been there to observe. And while often it is the miniatures from the middle era which captures the fancy of the audiences, the modern and contemporary Indian art is not devoid of such intimate utterances in the ‘matters of heart.’
The Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art has chosen artists Farah Mulla & Bhisaji Gadekar as the two recipients of the FICA Emerging Artist Award 2020.
Symbolising America’s first woman, Black and, South Asian vice president Kamala Harris’ shattering of the historical, metaphorical and monumental “glass ceiling,” which has also often
Christie’s Modern British Art Evening Sale on 1 March 2021 will be led by Sir Winston Churchill’s Tower of the Koutoubia Mosque (1943, estimate: £1,500,000-2,500,000),
Marking the beginning of the birth centenary celebrations of iconic Indian modernist master Sayed Haider Raza, the Raza Foundation is organising a series of events
Ballygunge Place, Kolkata
11 February, 2021 – 10 April, 2021