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14 Artists to Showcase Mizoram’s Strength in Contemporary Art

14 Artists to Showcase Mizoram’s Strength in Contemporary Art

With an aim to put Mizoram on the map of the flourishing Indian contemporary art, 14 young artists from the northeastern state will exhibit their works here that speak of the contemporary Mizo identity as a complex mixture of global influences and valued regional...

UK’s Desperate Efforts to Preserve A Rare Indian Art Piece

UK’s Desperate Efforts to Preserve A Rare Indian Art Piece

In a bid to preserve a rare 17th century tray produced in Bidar in south India that exemplified Indian superiority in metallurgy at the time – long before England had the expertise – has been blocked from export by the Theresa May government, seeking to retain and...

Artists from rural India win the Japan snow sculpting competition

Artists from rural India win the Japan snow sculpting competition

Three artists from rural areas of India defeated 11 teams to win the International Snow Sculpturing Competition (ISSC) Japan Cup 2019, held at Nayoro. The competition was conducted from February 6 to 9 where Team Russia and Team Thailand took the second and third...

Rejuvenating the World of  Watercolours

Rejuvenating the World of Watercolours

Milestone in the field of Art, UK’s ambitious attempt to document every publically owned art work in Britain on a single website, a new online project has launched to repeat the project for the world’s watercolours – in particular those that, accidentally or on...

“Space” for Art

“Space” for Art

History of space art goes back to 1969. Six artists including Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, John Chamberlain and Claes Oldenburg worked on the Moon Museum, a tiny a tiny ceramic wafer to which each artist added a small drawing. The work was allegedly smuggled onto...

Cave-like art gallery buried in Chinese beach

Cave-like art gallery buried in Chinese beach

Buried beneath a sand dune, in the beach town of Beidaihe, nestles one of China’s newest art galleries. An offshoot of the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art in Beijing, 300km away, the ucca Dune is unlike any...

For the Love of Old

For the Love of Old

Bengaluru-based Bakula Nayak breathes new life into discarded pieces of old paper by drawing absolutely incredible illustrations that interpret the reality of her world full of love and romance

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