GR Iranna

June 4, 2020

A visceral energy that is brought on by torment and the struggle against it, Iranna’s Art portrays agony as an intangible force that is conveyed visually, Iranna uses the uncompromising, typical and modernist language of Indian contemporary Art to portray scenes of resistance. Upon viewing his work one feels the vibrant energy that permeates from […]

Anjaneyulu Gundu

June 4, 2020

When you browse through Anjaneyulu Gundu’s work in an exhibition and think; “what amazing photography”, you will be forgiven; yes, please go back and look again, no shame, happens to everyone. “Jaw dropping”,” awesome” and “mind blowing” are some of the adjectives that come easily  to describe the work of the immensely talented and one […]

Navaratri: A Season For Gifting And Investing In Art

October 15, 2018

The festive season of the year is here! Navaratri, the autumn festival, began on 10 October and stretches for nine nights until the 18th. Commemorating the power of womanhood, and also the victory of Good over Evil, Navaratri honors the Mother Goddess in all her manifestations, including Durga, Lakshmi, and Saraswati. Yet the festivities of […]

Manu Parekh: India’s most inventive painter turns the best pick in Indian Art

October 3, 2018

One of India’s most inventive living Master of Indian Modern Art, Manu Parekh celebrated 60 years of his remarkable versatility and multiplicity as a painter in a retrospective “Manu Parekh: 60 years of Collected Works” which included over 250 of his works and was exhibited at the NGMA Mumbai and Delhi in 2017. He was […]

Krishen Khanna – Living Master of Indian Modern Art

September 17, 2018

Krishen Khanna, the living Indian Master and one of the celebrated practitioners of Indian modern art, was born 1925 in Lyallpur in present-day Pakistan. Growing up in Lahore, he later went to England to study at Imperial Service College on a scholarship. He returned and studied for a degree course in English literature, and simultaneously […]

Art scene in Delhi and Gurgaon area

July 23, 2018

In the last 30 years, Delhi and Gurgaon have carved a niche for themselves on the art scene. What started as a handful of galleries has now grown into a burgeoning number of art spaces, non-profits, and residency programs. While Delhi has seen a slow, raw, hesitant, middle-class angle of art appreciation, Mumbai has always […]

Online Art Galleries

July 20, 2018

In India, online art galleries have existed for the last two decades. After the initial hiccups of birthing, the galleries have found their niche with the Indian art audiences. Modern and contemporary art has found promotion through the galleries, and the online medium has been primarily responsible for bringing art to the middle-class connoisseur. On most of […]

Lalu Prasad Shaw : Bengal in Bright Colours

July 18, 2018

For young Lalu Prasad Shaw, born in Siuri, Birbhum, Bengal in 1937, art was in the neighbourhood. He was fascinated by Malakars, the traditional garland makers, who were also expert Sholapith craftsmen, one of the primordial handicrafts of Bengal. He would keenly watch them work on sculpted idols of Durga and puja adornments and, soon began to […]

Ramesh Gorjala: An interpreter of Indian mythology with a fresh perspective

July 4, 2018

Born into a family of traditional weavers in Sri Kalahasti, Andhra Pradesh in 1979, Ramesh Gorjala‘s work interprets Indian mythology with a fresh perspective. He was hooked to Sri Kalahasti’s traditional painting style of Kalamkari at an early age and was trained by his uncle and Balaji Teertham. Gorjala graduated with a BFA in Painting […]