A Story of Three Stitches Group Show – Curated by Prabhakar Kamble

A story of Three Stitches  Mayuri Chari | Meenakshi Nihalani | Anshu Singh  14th March – 14th April 2024  curated by Prabhakar Kamble  I weave your name on the loom of my mind,To make my garment when you come to me.My loom has ten thousand threadsTo make my garment when you come to me.The sun and moon watch while I weave your name;The sun […]

Conversing Social Tools Solo exhibition – curated by Sumesh Sharma

Conversing Social ToolsAn exhibition by Rajendra Patil / PARA “Conversing Social Tools” is a review which looks at the journey of PARA and how he has built up his vocabulary in abstraction. He speaks of this lexicon with recognised forms in his paintings which are deconstructed shapes of abstracted agricultural tools. In a village in Khandesh, […]

Nandita Chaudhuri April 2024

‘UNMASKED’   A Unique Sensory Immersive Experience Nandita Chaudhuri’s works take a deep dive into peeling away the onion layers of human behaviour in a stark and vivid manner. It probes the dilemma in interpersonal human relationships and with the universe at large. The poems and paintings rely on graphic metaphors to convey a common thread. The digital media and paintings collectively take […]

Not Waving but Drowning Solo Exhibition – Curated by Sumesh Manoj Sharma

Nobody heard him, the dead man, But still he lay moaning: I was much further out than you thought And not waving but drowning. Poor chap, he always loved larking And now he’s dead It must have been too cold for him his heart gave way, They said. Oh, no no no, it was too cold always (Still the dead one lay moaning) I was […]

Stories of a Sophisticated Gypsy Solo Exhibition

Shashikant Dhotre wields his color pencils and pastels on paper with a magician’s finesse, captivating viewers with his ability to direct their gaze and immerse them in the suspended disbelief of his art. Unlike magical realism, where reality blurs into the improbable, Dhotre’s controlled illusion invites scrutiny without doubt, creating a witness-like realism. Initially renowned […]

The White Rainbow Journey With Sudip Roy – Solo Exhibition

Proficient in watercolours and abstracts, Roy’s artistic journey arrives with a display of jubilant abstracts that are playful on the surface but hold tension of the opposites; dynamism and stillness, complication and simplicity. His spatial aluminium surfaces are limitless with illusions that also suggest the presence of a fluid forms, a world still but in motion, perhaps reflecting a mysterious notion but in […]

A Woven Story for Mother Solo Exhibition – Curated by Girish Shahane

An Elegy of Hope Grief is a double-sided emotion, born of loss but also of love. In her show A Woven Story for Mother, Kiyomi Talaulicar comes to terms with personal loss through art that celebrates the relationships underlying grief. Paradoxically, these testaments to human connection exclude identifiable figures, instead portraying leaves and flowers; walls and floors; bowls […]

Act III Group Show Curated by Sumesh Manoj Sharma

‘Mono-ha’, or the ‘School of Things’, embodies a Shinto sensibility in art by juxtaposing materials like stone, steel, glass, and more to create ephemeral installations echoing nature. Emerging in the tumultuous decades of the 1960s and 1980s, Mono-ha reflects a Japanese perspective that integrates nature into artistic expression. In ACT III, three interconnected artists—Vinita Karim, Mahirwan Mamtani, […]

Colour, Stone, Chintz, Grain and Statue Dual Solo – Curated by Sumesh Manoj Sharma

Grains have traversed continents for millennia, symbolizing abundance and sustenance. Yet, they also carry bitter memories of famines, such as the Bengal famine during India’s colonial history. Revati Sharma Singh, an artist based in London, weaves these narratives into expansive canvases, portraying the diasporic experiences of individuals like herself and others spread across the globe. […]