Category Archives: Art Review

I Celebrate

(Art Review :: Volume 4) The Art Of Randhir Khare - In pen and ink, acrylic & mixed medium on paper and canvas Stunning in their range of technique, line, form and colour, the works on display celebrated through line and colour the world within us as well as the world outside us. According to…
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Sojourn – The Stories That Feet Tell

(Art Review :: Volume 3) An Exhibition of Drawings By Sucheta Siddha. From infancy to adulthood and beyond, our feet feature in numerous social, cultural,  community and religious customs, beliefs and practices. But these don’t leave any impression on the stories of our lives. People do. Those who walk in and out of our lives…
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Experiences of Ghana – Manisha Vedpathak

(Art Review :: Volume 2) Manisha Vedpathak’s series, inspired by her experiences of Ghana, reveals her openness to cross-cultural interface and her inherent ability to absorb, integrate, transform and create out of the unfamiliar. In a world that is increasingly making way for spaces that encourage the coming together of people, cultures and sensibilities of…
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The Gyaan Adab Art Review

(Art Review :: Volume 1) Being a community cultural centre, Gyaan Adab has constantly attempted to showcase all manner of creative expression that is accessible, imaginative, enriching and which encourages human values. With this as its main intention, the Centre has, for the last two years, been presenting theatre performances, play readings, talks, literary discussions,…
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