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While Baij, who died in 1980, was both a painter and sculptor, he is known primarily for his sculptures and is considered one of the pioneers of modern Indian art and the father of modern Indian sculpture The Union HRD Ministry will fund a project at…
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The study shows that demonetisation has not affected the sale of Indian arts. This can be said as 34 out of 55 records were created after the implementation of currency ban. We all have heard about the magnificent paintings of M F Husain, Raja Ravi Varma…
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The Centre Pompidou spotlights the cutting-edge oeuvre of this feminist stalwart with a retrospective ‘Onanism’, 1969. Photo: Vadhera Art Gallery Altogether, it was a very rich atmosphere.” This is how Nalini Malani described her experience at the Vision…
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[Book excerpt] Any examination of Britain’s relationship with India must take account of this extraordinary organisation. Eighteenth-century India was “the theatre of scenes highly important” to Britain.1 So wrote the artist and traveler William Hodges.…
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Saffronart to host a fundraiser on October 31 featuring works by more than 40 leading modern and contemporary artists Saffronart and the Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) will hold a fundraiser auction on October 31 in support of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.…
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Bhupen Khakhar’s painting ‘De-Luxe Tailors’ fetches record-breaking £1.1 million at Sotheby’s auction   It is a strange fate of many famous artists that they earn far more posthumously than while they’re alive. Bhupen Khakhar, one of the foremost figures…
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  (L-R) Dancer Kathak, 1973; Jigsaw.   Shiavax Chavda’s retrospective show, which begins this week at Mumbai’s Jehangir Art Gallery, features some of his best-known paintings, sketches and drawings, many of which carry the motif of Indian classical dance…
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Bahraini artists Jamal Abdulrahim, Ayman Jaafar, Seema Baqi and Mayasa Al Sowaidi share their metaphors with Suman Doonga An airline window opens to the tactile fluidity of nature abstracts, the fire and ice elements almost merging into each other. A…
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Copyrighted image courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York   NEW YORK – The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that the Reliance Foundation, the Indian philanthropic organization founded by Nita and Mukesh Ambani, has promised a generous…
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