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The Perfect Mix
The ever-evolving Brinda Miller pushes the boundaries of two-dimensional painting with her abstracts that embrace layering, cutting, sticking and scraping

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CURRENT ISSUE
The Perfect Mix
The ever-evolving Brinda Miller pushes the boundaries of two-dimensional painting with her abstracts that embrace layering, cutting, sticking and scraping

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Video Featurette

Miniature Artist BL Rajput explaining his artwork

Well recognised miniature artist, BL Rajput received the state award in 1991-92. His works were exhibited in Ganga: River of Life at National Museum in 2017.

Articles

Reviving Memories of Glorious Past

India and the World: A History in Nine Stories offers insights into two million years of history and provides a model for museums to share their collections with people across the world

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Art Behind Bars

Each of the beautiful artworks displayed on the Tihar Art Gallery walls not only offers an outlet to inmates, but gives a glimpse into their vulnerable human side

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Reviving Memories of Glorious Past

India and the World: A History in Nine Stories offers insights into two million years of history and provides a model for museums to share their collections with people across the world

read more

Art Behind Bars

Each of the beautiful artworks displayed on the Tihar Art Gallery walls not only offers an outlet to inmates, but gives a glimpse into their vulnerable human side

read more

No Flight of Fancy

Kolkata artist involves Santhal tribesmen to revive India’s long lost art form of rock carving by sculpting an 800ft Purulia hill with images of birds and animals

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Blog

Remembering Raza

Art lovers in the Capital were in for a treat as Raza Foundation organized Madhyama – an art exhibition featuring works by 15 budding artists from Madhya Pradesh.

Potpourri

RICHT Launches First Iranian Art, Culture Magazine

The Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Tourism has launched a monthly magazine titled “Iran’s Honarnameh”, literally meaning “book of art”, to promote ancient Iranian art and culture The Research Institute of...

Editorial

The Value of Forgery

The “Greater Fool” theory lives: each buyer counts on finding a bigger fool willing to pay a higher price

The Value of Forgery

The “Greater Fool” theory lives: each buyer counts on finding a bigger fool willing to pay a higher price

Bread and Butter Art

There is a market for work, although it may be difficult to identify, but an artist needs to pay the bills while creating his or her next collection

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The demo session of So'Ham - The First Cultural Media Portal under the banner of National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi.

Gopla Roy titled 'Talking with the Wall', Acrylic on Canvas, Size-36" X 36", figures in May-Jun-Jul 2018 issue of Art Soul Life Magazine

When Gauguin and Van Gogh lived together, they often talked about painting in the tropics. Van Gogh dreamt of travelling to the tropics, but thought he was too old to make the trip. Gauguin ultimately travelled to Tahiti in 1891, where he painted this work.