under art

Men and women view art differently. So says a new study

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21 Oct 2014

Wear your ‘art’ eyes and the whole of India becomes an open air gallery, forever presenting you cinema and installations. The road from Coorg to Mysore can’t be any different. Krishen Khanna spent years immortalising the labour that squats like the ‘I won’t see, won’t talk and won’t hear’ trio of Gandhi. I had sent the artist pictures from my road wanderings so that he would turn them into canvases for posterity – and he did.0

30 Jul 2014 | BY Aman Nath

Bangalore-based artists Aparna Rao and Soren Pors use technology to explore the mysteries of modern life

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26 Jun 2014 | BY Deepa Bhasthi

A museum for the taste of the nation

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19 Mar 2014 | BY Riyas Komu

‘As a direct response to neglect, content decided to disappear... like a spurned lover tried as a second option, the message will agree to be wooed only for the chance to slap you in the face. For when you face it, it will be empty. The spurned lover will leave behind a hologram of herself and when you address the hologram, it will burst like a balloon’ 0

13 Jan 2014

Atul Dodiya’s work is replete with influences and references. But it also raises critical questions about how we see art

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12 Dec 2013 | BY Shaikh Ayaz

In today’s world of open source and Facebook, everyone curates and everything is curated. But does this mean that ‘anything goes’?

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5 Oct 2013 | BY Shreya Ray

A video project by American artist Clayton Cubitt explores the battle between mind and body, and the tension between art and sex

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29 May 2013 | BY Sonali Kokra

Kanika Bhatia has a wandering iPhone and a matchbox for every occasion. These photos are from an ongoing matchbox feature on her Instagram feed. Find the rest at instagram.com/kanixx

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25 Apr 2013 | BY Kanika Bhatia

Artist Harwinder Singh Gill displays his miniature artworks and collection of carved duck eggshells that includes shellcarved portraits of US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. According to Harwinder, who is a dentist, it takes him anything between one and three hours to carve an egg. Harwinder has also created miniatures inspired by events like 26/11, the World Cup and World AIDS Day, the idea of which he says is to generate public awareness

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21 Feb 2013 | BY Ashish Sharma
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