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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

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Monday, January 19, 2015

For Listing: Art Exhibition '3 Masters' by Prodosh Dasgupta, Gopal Ghose and S.H. Raza

3 Masters 

A showcase of some of the finest artworks of Prodosh Dasgupta, Gopal Ghose and S.H. Raza at Akar Prakar

 

 

Akar Prakar invites you to attend 3 Masters, an exhibition comprising of some of the finest works of three world renowned artists - Prodosh Dasgupta , Gopal Ghose and S.H. Raza. The show would commence on January 19th and would go on till February 28th

 

Prodosh Dasgupta (1912-1991) founded the Calcutta Group of painters and sculptors in 1943. A pioneer in contemporary sculpture, he went on to become the Director at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. His sculptures accentuate the curves and soft-textures of human form.

 

Gopal Ghose's (1913-1980) paintings are a reflection of the extensive travel that he undertook during his lifespan. His art primarily comprises of ingenious landscapes teeming with vivid hues, experimental lines and a sense of serenity. His works echo of the love that he felt towards nature and the emotions it evoked, a sentiment that was shared by many expressionists in the 20th century.

 

S.H. Raza (Syed Haider Raza) was the first non-French artist to receive the prestigious Prix de la Critique in 1956. While his earlier work comprised of expressionist landscapes, his contemporary work delves into the geometric representation of the emotions stimulated by a place. He was honoured 

with the Padma Shree Award in 1981 and the Padma Bhushan in 2007. His painting Saurashtra held the record for the most expensive Indian artwork ever sold till 2013. 

Attached are a few images of Dasgupta's, Ghose's and Raza's work for your reference, along with the exhibition invite.

 

VenueAkar Prakar, 1st Floor, 29 Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi.

Dates: 19th January to 28th February (Sunday closed) 

Time: 11 AM to 7 PM 

 

About Akar Prakar

Akar Prakar, is an open - air, display friendly art gallery under care of Reena & Abhijit Lath. The gallery is open to all mediums of expression, hosting sculpture shows, installations, photography and print expositions too. As the gallery celebrates its tenth year, and in order to remain in sync with the trends in the Indian and international art market, the gallery has recently ascertained a foothold in New Delhi via an art advisory set up.

We have attached a few images of the work by the three artists respectively, along with the invite.

 

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Friday, January 16, 2015

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Art Exhibition by Debanjan Roy at Akar Prakar, New Delhi

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Debanjan Roy, an internationally well praised artist, is showcasing his latest work at Akar Prakar, New Delhi from January 19, 2015. Please find more information about this art exhibition below. I have also attached the invite along with some of the images of his work, herewith.


Akar Prakar Presents Metamorphosis by Debanjan Roy

 

Showcasing the recent works of Debanjan Roy - the artist whose work has garnered immense popularity amongst the art enthusiasts – Akar Prakar invites you to attend his six-week long exhibition, Metamorphosis starting January 19th.

 

Roy's artworks have been exhibited at a number of galleries including Akar Prakar, Kolkata; Aicon Gallery, New York and London as well as Seattle Art Museum, USA. 

 

His interest lies in experimenting with contemporary subjects and varied media, fusing them with the rich cultural heritage of India to develop a new sculptural language. In the past he has created innumerable master-pieces on wood, fiber glass and clay. "To me, the character of a medium is very important to express the inner views of my subject," says Roy. Attached are a few of Roy's art works for your reference, along with the exhibition invite.

 

 

VenueAkar Prakar, 1st Floor, 29 Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi.

Dates: 19th January to 28th February (Sunday closed) 

Time: 11 AM to 7 PM 

 

About Akar Prakar

Akar Prakar, is an open - air, display friendly art gallery under care of Reena & Abhijit Lath. The gallery is open to all mediums of expression, hosting sculpture shows, installations, photography and print expositions too. As the gallery celebrates its tenth year, and in order to remain in sync with the trends in the Indian and international art market, the gallery has recently ascertained a foothold in New Delhi via an art advisory set up.

 

For more information please get in touch with:

 

Shobhna

m: +91 9873827919

e: Shobhna@speakeasy.in


Warm Regards,

Shobhna

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shobhna@speakeasy.in


F/187, First Floor, Lado Sarai

New Delhi 110030

+91 11 4059 0906



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Monday, September 9, 2013

Indian Art News Is Taking A Break

Indianartnews is taking a break and will be back. We will be back in 2014 with a new offering. We want to thank all readers and contributors who have made Indianartnews the great service and offering it once was.

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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Pak Truck Artisans to Adorn Durga Puja




Pakistani truck art, known for their bright and ostentatious colours splashed across the body of goods vehicles, is going to make its debut at a  puja pandal.
Vibrant floral patterns accentuated with the calligraphy of traditional Urdu poetry taken from artfully decorated trucks in Pakistan has stolen the limelight at a workshop here. The workshop, held to deepen the cultural connect between India and Pakistan, saw participation of three truck art artists who are showcasing the unique artform of Pakistan at an exhibition here. There are also paintings of skilled folk artists from Bihar and West Bengal on display.
Truck art, a popular genre of art in regions across Pakistan, is used to deck up trucks and other moving vehicles in a competitive display of ownership and status.
"The owners of the vehicles decide what to put up on their trucks. They choose the designs, the writings etc. It is a way to show off their wealth and might," said renowned truck-art artist Haider Ali, who hails from Karachi.
"Each truck costs around Rs.10 to 12 lakh to decorate. The most expensive truck art is from Karachi and Peshawar," Ali said.
Accompanied by his colleagues Muhammad Iqbal and Mumtaz Ahmed, Ali is on a month-long visit to the city to decorate a Durga puja pandal in the northern part of Kolkata in Nabin Pally.
Also termed "moving art", truck art varies from region to region in Pakistan and has evolved over the decades, with a new generation of artists inclined towards experimenting in colours, designs and ideas.
"More colours are used now. Owners also sometimes demand portraits of popular Bollywood actresses like Madhubala and Madhuri," Ali said.
The three-day workshop that began Saturday has been organised by welfare organisation Art Illuminates Mankind (AIM), Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) and Nabin Pally Puja Committee.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Buddha's Footprints











It was the spring of 2012, students flooded in and out of classrooms hunting teachers for assistance with exam preperations and coursework. The ‘curious’ lot, as one of our professor’s aptly put it, was busy taking on extra courses for the last semester of high school.
That was when I opted for the art history course and fell in love with it instantly. The romance was short lived – the course only lasted two months. But during those two months, we travelled from Egypt to Mesopotamia, from ancient Greece to the sub-continent, and basically everything in between.
It was the course, the animated talks about ancient civilizations and the long hours of research and sifting through reading materials that first prompted me to travel and discover them for myself. My travels took me to the sacred sites at Taxila – a lost land and age, forever reminiscent of a burgeoning cultural heritage.
The real journey
Sirkap is Taxila’s second major city. Stretching for miles, tall green grass grows between the rubble that once marked a five kilometre long fortification wall with a tall acropolis along the defence lines.
The Jain Temple is a sanctuary built around a stupa, perhaps for pilgrims of that time. It now lies buried under grass and dirt, with rubble walls outlining its silhouette.
Sirkap’s picturesque beauty and its lush green grass contrasts with piles of rubble that narrate the story of the once mighty city of Takshashila, With a history of constant invasion, Taxila was finally decimated by the Hun Empire. The only relics of that age are the artefacts excavated from the Bhir mound, Sirkap and other sites.
The influence of Greek architecture is most evident in the Shrine of the Double Headed Eagle. Four Corinthian columns stand tall and proud on the stupa, with fierce eagle heads staring at us.
My travel companions, two Australian and three Pakistani tourists (including myself) had to dodge artefact ‘dealers’ who possessed, whether fake or authentic coins, pottery, mini-sculptures and other small crafts at various stages. Those who enjoy collecting souvenirs, however, will be spoiled for choice.
The city’s symmetrical pattern was born of the Greek Hellenistic period. We were in awe at the prowess and intelligence of the world’s earliest known architects. Apollonius (44 AD) drew a parallel between Sirkap’s planning with that of Athens during his travels and added that it was the size of Nineveh, Assyria’s conspicuous capital.
And it is not only the architectural finesse of these places of worship that is bewitching. My companions and I were stunned by the Sun temple – one of the most ingenious creations of its time. Inhabitants of Sirkap could tell the time by shadows that the sun dial would cast at the temple.
“These are Buddha’s footprints,” explained the tour guide with a pronounced reverence and respect as we approached the end of the settlement. “It’s sacred – this place, everything about it,” he added with a nostalgic smile.
With the abolition of the Ministry of Tourism in 2011 under the 18th amendment, Sirkap ruins have been wholly abandoned by the provincial government responsible for the site. Sirkap, like Taxila’s other sites, has suffered from neglect by the government which is still facing administrative difficulties, following the shift of federal ministries to provincial control.
It is heart breaking to think that a part of the world cultural heritage – a heritage shared by all peoples of the world – is left abandoned and forgotten. Whether it is unkempt grass, delayed salaries for tour guides or lack of conservation/preservation efforts, Taxila ruins’ ruin, in every sense of the word, is a serious blow to tourism in Pakistan.

Indian Diversity



New Delhi: Paintings by the Bhil tribals of Madhya Pradesh and Rathwa telling creative myths of Pithora Dev sit alongside reprints of 15th century manuscripts at an exhibition inaugurated in the national capital Thursday.
Reflecting the cultural diversity of the country and offering a rare glimpse into tribal lives and lore in the audio-visual medium, ‘Abhivyakti’, the three-day exhibition, was unveiled as part of a series of events hosted under ‘Mapping Indian Art, Culture and Languages’ at the Lalit Kala Akademi in central Delhi.

"The mythical epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana are expressed through the performing masks in Assam, Orissa and West Bengal", a representative of the gallery said.

On display are leather puppets from Andhra Pradesh, paintings made on the walls of the tribal houses of the Rathwas of Gujarat and the Bhils of Madhya Pradesh. Objects used in the homes of the Saoras of Andhra Pradesh, the famous paintings in the Warli style of Maharashtra and Madhubani of Bihar are all on display at the exhibition.

"It was very difficult to pick and choose from such a vast trunk of cultural strength. The idea of this exhibition is to show how diverse we are as a nation and how each state has its own tradition and culture that pass from generation to generation," said a representative.

The Akademi has sourced the masks, puppets and paintings from the Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Reprints of manuscripts have been taken from the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, where the originals are kept. Sculptures are from the Akademi, and contemporary masks have been sourced from Nav Siddharth Art Group, Delhi.

The exhibition is open for public viewing till Sep 7.

Remembering Nasreen



Born on 5th September, Teacher’s Day, was incidental to the fact that Nasreen Mohamedi was an extraordinary teacher. Her unique and eccentric presence influenced generations of students at the MSU from 1970s till the late 1980s.How often does one meet a teacher who sensitizes us to the minutest of changes happening around- the presence of breeze, light or movement in Nature as well as built environments? What she taught us in the course on drawing for the two preparatory years was about learning to be alert and attentive to the experiential world around us. Sometimes, we were asked to pick up from our surroundings what we responded to- a stone, a stick, a fragment from an object and draw its qualities through sight, touch, feel and texture while seeking connections beyond isolated objects. While outdoors, we were not learning to compose views of nature as landscapes but were made aware of those poignant details and elements in Nature that one may otherwise not even notice, discover or register. Subsequently, Nasreen also taught us the importance of silent reflection. She was the one who made me aware that the world is too much with us all the time and that it is important to withdraw from it and deeply reflect upon it as well. 

Roobina Karode

Photo- Nasreen Mohamedi


Thursday, September 5, 2013

Nalini Malani Takes the World


IN SEARCH OF VANISHED BLOOD

Galerie Lelong, New York

Nalini Malani’s immersive video/shadow play, In Search of Vanished Blood, will premier in New York on September 6, 2013. This large-scale multi-media work was a highlight of dOCUMENTA 13 held in Kassel, Germany during the summer of 2012. Malani, widely considered the pioneer of video art in India, continues themes explored throughout her illustrious career: violence, the feminine, and the politics of national identity.




NALINI MALANI
Curated by Raiji Kuroda

Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

A special exhibition titled Nalini Malani in commemoration of the artist winning the 2013 Fukuoka Prize for Art and Culture.

The exhibition will feature seminal works such asHamletmachine, a visual installation created during her residency as the first participating artist in the FAAM’s artists in residence programme in 1999 and exhibited around the world, a large-sized painting Despoiled Shore, a recent set of 9 prints Cassandra’s Gift, and others.




BEYOND PRINT - MEMORY, TRANSFERENCE, MONTAGE

Le Centre de la Gravure et de l'Image imprimée, La Louvière, Belgium

The first exhibition of the artist in Belgium,Beyond Print - Memory, Transference, Montagecomprises a large installation as well as prints and multiples. This is the first time that a museum will dedicate an exhibition connecting her installations to her printed works.  Malani will concurrently curate an exhibition at the space, selecting works from the collection of the museum in regard with a ‘painting extension’, created directly on the walls. 




LIFE IS THE ONLY WAY
Curated by Malin Barth & Annine Birkeland

Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway

The exhibition Life is the Only Way is an amalgamation of independent strong voices by nine international artists including Judy Chicago, AK Dolven, Selja Kameric and others. Its aim is to make clear the sustaining connection between contemporary art and contemporary life. This is art which ought to generate public debate on issues of the day and whose participative works will be diverse in regards to combining aesthetic genres.



RECENT PUBLICATION

WILLIAM KENTRIDGE | NALINI MALANI
THE SHADOW PLAY AS MEDIUM OF MEMORY 


Author: Andreas Huyssen
Publisher: Edizione Charta, Milano

This exquisite comparative study of contemporary artists William Kentridge and Nalini Malani focuses on their use of the shadow play as medium of memory.

Independently of each other, both artists have deployed this centuries-old performative art form in works that some consider to be highpoints of their respective careers, including Kentridge installation The Refusal of Time and Malani’s video/shadow play In Search of Vanished Blood. Both artists belong to a generation whose experience is shaped by colonialism and de-colonization; their works reflect on the long-term traces of historical trauma, partition, and apartheid, always in aesthetically complex forms rather than in documentary or agit-prop style. In creative dialogue with modernism and the historical avant-garde, they provide persuasive examples of a new negotiation between aesthetics, ethics, and politics.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Experimenta



Experimenta India intends to counter the commonplace Bollywood themes


An entirely artist run platform, Experimenta India encourages 'uncompromising, fresh, compelling and critically urgent' experimentation with moving images in India. Founded by filmmaker Shai Heredia in 2003, this collective has made it their mission to counter the reign of banal masala movies churned out by Bollywood every year in the country.

A bubbling alternative community that gives open room to discuss and examine the traces and history of Indian artists’ film and video, both historical and contemporary, they also engage in a lot of projects that bring together Indian and international film artists with similar creative and socio-political concerns.

In its 8th edition, Experimenta 2013 will showcase approximately 50 films and live experimental sound performances over five days in Bangalore.

Over this duration, the festival will be attended by filmmakers, curators, artists, musicians, academics, scientists, art & film students and cinephiles from India and abroad.

The group is now looking to fund themselves through individuals from anywhere in the world, through crowd-funding.

10 per cent of the funds that are raised will go towards NalandaWay Foundation, a non-profit organisation that encourages self-expression and stimulates the imagination of children from some of the poorest districts in India through theatre, visual arts, music, dance and film.

The donations can be made via www.orangestreet.in.

Besides curating Experimenta, the critically acclaimed bi-annual festival, the collective also showcases Indian experimental film and video at international film festivals and art venues like the Tate Modern (London), the Berlinale Film festival (Berlin), Images festival (Toronto), EXiS festival (Seoul) among others.

While bringing Indian moving image art into international prominence, they have also hosted International artists residencies in Mumbai and Bangalore, curated regular screenings and conducted film art workshops across India.

Their last edition happened in 2011, where they hosted a retrospective of the cinema of Adolfas Mekas, a central figure in the western avant-garde independent film movement, presented by his wife and collaborator Pola Chapelle Mekas.

The artist in focus programmes showcased the 16mm films of avant-garde feminist filmmaker Joyce Wieland from Canada, and the fantastical works of Toronto-based German-Indian artist Oliver Husain.

To funk things up a little bit, Indian Sonic Research Organisation (ISRO) from Bangalore, along with artists ANYMA & Marc Duseiller from Switzerland, conducted an open workshop on DIY Musical Instruments & Hacking Electronics, and also performed live with electronic music toys, creating visuals with the Videobass, a bass guitar that plays images instead of sounds.

The festival will take place between November 27 to Decemeber 1, 2013.

-Shyama Krishna Kumar

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Saffron Art & Four Seasons Hotel



Untitled (Landscape in Goa) 1945 Gouache on paper 10 x 14 in | 25.4 x 35.6 cm. Signed and dated in English (lower right and verso). Estimate $5,175 - 8,625 Rs 3,00,000 - 5,00,000. 


MUMBAI.- Saffronart is holding its first ever ‘live’ auction on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 as part of the first annual Art Week at Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai. Preceding this, Saffronart will host a preview for the auction in Mumbai on September 5, 2013. 

Dedicated to the work of modern Indian art’s ‘enfant terrible’ the auction, ‘Francis Newton Souza: Works from the Collection of Keren Souza Kohn’, will be held at The Mansion, the new ballroom at Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai. In addition Art Week will include a comprehensive art appreciation course and evening talks by noted experts from around the country. 

On September 9 and 10, 2013, BMW India will conduct the ‘Sachin Tendulkar’s BMW Collection 24-Hour Auction’, an online auction of two BMW cars from cricket superstar Sachin Tendulkar’s collection on the Saffronart website. A BMW X5 along with the BMW M5 from the collection of Sachin Tendulkar will be available for sports and car enthusiasts to bid on. To make it memorable for the winners, the cars will be personally autographed by Sachin Tendulkar. 

Art Week includes India’s first auction dedicated to Souza’s works, and also the first time that the artist’s family’s collection is being made available to collectors in India. With over 100 competitively estimated lots, including oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and chemical alterations this auction caters to the palettes of established art collectors as well as those just setting out on their collecting journeys and looking to acquire a work by one of India’s most well known modern artists without breaking the bank. 

Souza was born in 1924 in Saligao, Goa. After being expelled from the Sir J.J. School of Art in Mumbai for participating in the Quit India Movement, he founded the Progressive Artist's Group (PAG) in 1947 along with M.F. Husain and K.H. Ara, among others. Of all his contemporaries from the PAG, of which he was the main ideologue, Souza was perhaps the single real international success. An articulate genius, he augmented his disturbing and powerful drawings and paintings with his sharp, stylish and provocative prose. Dating from the 1940s to the 1990s, the lots in this auction represent every phase of Souza’s artistic career, from his early years in Goa and Mumbai to the time he spent in London and then New York. 

The auction is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with an introduction by Francesca Souza and Keren Souza Kohn, as well as several previously unseen photographs and letters from the Souza family collection. The auction will be conducted by Dinesh Vazirani, CEO and co-founder of Saffronart and Ray Perman, an auctioneer from the UK with over twenty years international auctioneering experience, and will include both room and online bidding. 

Art Week at Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai by Saffronart 
The Souza auction and its preview are being held as part of the first annual Art Week at Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai by Saffronart. In addition to these events, Art Week will include a comprehensive Art Appreciation Course and Evening Talks by noted experts from around the country. 

Opportunities to learn about the emergence, evolution, practice and business of art in India are limited. Through Art Week we present a structured, intensive three-day art course along with a series of public talks to address all these areas and deconstruct the complexities of Indian art, from classical to contemporary, with a pragmatic, hands-on approach. 

The course is structured such that by the end of it participants will be familiar with art terms, artists’ styles, and movements relevant to art practices in India. It will also equip the participant to gauge the relative value of work in context to period, style and overall quality. Complementing each course session is a public talk, focusing on a specific issue relating to Indian art. 

Instructors and speakers include Yashodhara Dalmia, Girish Shahane, Conor Macklin, Dr. Arshiya Lokhandwala, Dr. Kavita Singh, Nancy Adajania, Yamini Telkar, Meera Kumar, Abhay Sardesai, Dinesh Vazirani, Minal Vazirani, Sangeeta Jindal and Nathaniel Gaskell. 

The art on display in the public spaces of the Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai during Art Week will be specially curated by the hotel’s gallery partner, Apparao Galleries. 

Art Week at Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai by Saffronart begins with the auction preview on September 5, 2013 and concludes with the auction on September 11, 2013. Art appreciation course modules and expert talks will be held at the Four Seasons Hotel Mumbai, on September 7, 8 and 9, 2013.