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Daily Life: Art comes from within’

URVASHI SHARMA Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi organised an Art Walk with Vibha Galhotra at Punjab Kala Bhawan in Chandigarh on Wednesday. The Art Exhibiton was a part of Dr MS Randhawa Art and Literature Utsav 2019 that has been on since 25 th January and will be up till 9 th February. Students from Government

Daily Life Bottle Art

Daily Life: Bottled up Art

For Jaspreet Singh Virdi, this art has a piece of his imagination that he creates and secures in these bottles forever KAMINI ARYA Art is a form of communication. Canadian professor/philosopher and public intellectual Marshall McLuhan says that great art speaks a language which every intelligent person can understand. Every artist wants to create the

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Today art is about production, not creation: Curator Uma Nair

New Delhi Questioning what contemporary artists are doing for society, prominent curator Uma Nair has said that they are concentrating on producing art and not creating it. “What is happening today is production, not creation, of art. People like Alphonse Mucha and Pablo Picasso would find their own stone and material and create their works

Art exhibition for the visually impaired

New Delhi: In a bid to make art accessible to the visually impaired, Delhi Art Gallery (DAG) Modern is hosting an exhibition with tactile replicas of works from the artist collective ‘Group 1890’. The initiative titled ‘Abhas’ has been executed by architecture and access consultant Siddhant Shah, who has reproduced the artworks in the form

Artistes, art must speak up against societal prejudice: Tannishtha

Mumbai: Actress Tannishtha Chatterjee, who is in news for slamming the “Comedy Night Bachao” team for accusing her of publicity-mongering with her anguish on being mocked at for her dark skin tone, says she hopes her reaction begins a movement against skin-tone racism. Excerpts from the interview. Q. You have caused a global furore by

Living poets society: Reviving a vanishing art

New Delhi: In the highly inspirational movie “Dead Poets Society”, Robin Williams plays an influential American teacher in the 1950s, John Keating, who struggles to instill a sense of awe in his students about the power of poetry. “We don’t read and write poetry,” he says, “because it’s cute. We read and write poetry because

Fashion and art bring spotlight on Indian heritage

New Delhi: Gond and kalamkari artworks,pichwai paintings and hand spun benarasi and kota sarees are part of a new fashion and art collection that seeks to preserve India’s dying textile heritage as well as conserve wildlife. Paying ‘An Ode to Heritage’, designer and textile revivalist Vidhi Singhania and Rajkumari Nandini Singh of Jhabua (Madhya Pradesh)

PU to host month-long exhibition on Ancient Rock Art

Panjab University, Chandigarh will host a month- long exhibition on pre-historic Rock Art at Departmental Museum of Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology (AIHC & A), Sector 14, PU campus from August 10. The Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi and Department of Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology,