Christian Randrianampizafy, through a captivating series of portraits, skillfully unfolds the life journey of the last queen of Madagascar, Ranavalona III.
“Memories for me are invaluable artifacts. All of my paintings are inspired by my memories,” says Leon K L.
Urban Sketchers, Delhi, is a group of artists, who come together every week at different spots to make portraits of its known and unknown haunts in an exercise of drawing the city together.
Her characters, whom she calls her imaginative friends from childhood, have garnered recognition from art enthusiasts around the world.
It features a diverse range of artworks, including paintings, photographs, videos, sculptures, and installations, offering a glimpse into Kerala’s historical paths and its future perspective.
During the meeting, Keraleeyam convener S Harikishore gave a presentation on the goals and programmes of the event.
The violence and unsettling imagery in his artworks also reflect the political environment.
Connecting visual art with storytelling, Gallery 78 at Madhapur hosts a unique lineup of artworks curated by Aman Preet Kaur. CE takes a look.
From comic strips and jigsaw puzzles to paper masks and trampolines, ‘Very Small Feelings’ at the KNMA is an art exhibition for the child in everyone
Hyderabad streets came alive with vibrant Vinayaka Mandaps, celebrating the spirit of the revered Lord Vinayaka during Ganesh Chaturthi.
From Western academic realism to Indian styles of paintings and commercial art like posters, everything is visible in the late master’s artworks recently showcased by Emami Art exhibition.
It was an exhibition on dinosaurs, following the Jurassic Park film frenzy.
Shape of impressions: Artist Niyamat Mehta's exhibition is a burst of vibrant colours like reds, blues and yellows
Seeking constant inspiration from Salvador Dalí, some of the ‘portraits’ in the Delhi-based artist’s first solo resemble the Spanish artist with his trademark moustache.
Powerplay in Delhi ripples through its architecture. Ayesha Singh’s series of stark installations looks at the concept of permanence and the fleeting in urban design and planning.
Notes from a walkthrough of ARTIX, India’s first hotel art fair in Delhi, where works of famous and emerging artists hang without hierarchy.
Abir Abdullah, a veteran photographer from Bangladesh has shown the human condition in the backdrop of climate change, has for the first time been exhibited in Delhi.
Using brushes and palettes, the 72-year-old artist has uncovered the brutality suffered by women in our society and the hardships endured by indigenous communities.
With over 70 designers coming in from Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi and a dozen from Namma Chennai, there are stalls that sell rakhis.
According to sources, the workshop titled 'Marine Fisheries Resources off Southwest coast of India', was conducted at Chinnathurai-Thoothoor.
Using a variety of mediums, the Mandala art presented works as a connection or balance to mind, body and inner spirit.