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    Warli Wonders

    An exhibition that pays homage to Warli artworks with a tinge of modernity. It is no surprise that there is still high regard for the Warli community as their culture and traditions date back to almost 25000 BC and it is expressed through the artworks they created as murals on the walls. As a homage to the community, an exhibition was organised at the Ojas Art gallery titled, Satrangi. The exhibition which is unique due to the...

    • 3 days ago
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    Leonardo da Vinci's famous mechanical lion on display in Paris

    Leonardo da Vinci's mechanical lion goes on display in Paris museum. Paris: Leonardo da Vinci's famous mechanical lion on Wednesday went on display in Paris for a month, in a tribute to the Renaissance master 500 years after his death. The lion, which is two metres (six feet, seven inches) high and three metres long and made of wood with a metal mechanism, is a...

    • 4 days ago
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    Ripe for the liking

    Sheela Chamaria, one of the artists displaying in the exhibition, makes semi-figurative and positive artwork. Present an art connoisseur with a new collection, and they will be wonderstruck for the entire day. Present them with works of over five dozen artists, and they will possibly end up on the literal cloud nine. Harvest 2019, the 19th edition of which was recently held in the city, did just that. It also displayed the...

    • 4 days ago
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    Buy artwork the smart way

    Your interior deserves sumblime art. but, is there any tech fairy to grant your wish while you sit and relax after a hefty week of work? In the fast lifestyle of today, choosing home décor items by visiting multiple stores across the city has become a huge no-no for millennials. And, thus, just like how it is with everything else, home paraphernalia has become commonly accessible through e-commerce apps and websites....

    • a week ago
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    Art vendors to be limited in popular parks of New York

    New York City can limit art vendors in popular parks: appeals court. New York: New York City rules limiting the number of art and book vendors in four popular Manhattan parks are constitutional, a state appeals court ruled on Tuesday, overturning an injunction against the rules. In a 5-0 decision, the appeals court rejected artists' contentions that the limits covering Central Park...

    • a week ago
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    Art in the face of turmoil

    Two collections that explore history with a satirical twist. One can say there exists a symbiosis between art and turmoil. Art may even be the mirror that reflects everything from the prettiest to the ugliest of the society. Keeping these things in mind, and paying homage to history in a satirical manner, a set of two exhibitions titled 'Common Course' and 'Over the edge, crossing the line' are...

    • a week ago
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    On the subject of life

    In this exhibition, recent graduates of a prestigious visual arts institute presented their fresh outlook on the trials of life. At the Shridharani Gallery, an ongoing exhibition titled 'Kala Bhavana: The Legacy of Ingenuity', has been prompting plenty of art connoisseurs to stop and admire. After all, when 40 artists, all recent graduates, come together and present works across various mediums of art, including...

    • a week ago
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    Rendezvous with Jamini Roy

    A comprehensive exhibition of Jamini Roy's works aims to give a peek into the artist's creative journey over time. The Kalighat temple may be a renowned temple of Goddess Kali in Kolkata, but its role in spearheading the Modernism movement in Indian art history has been much more significant. Since the early 19th century, the Kalighat paintings or Kalighat patha have been sold as souvenirs to the visitors of...

    • a week ago
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    Weave the old into the new

    An art exhibition in the city brings contemporary artists and traditional masters under one roof to explore a lesser-known medium. Taking a step outside the traditional canvas-and-paintbrush art, artists in Piramal Art Residency are using textiles to give shape to their imagination. As part of the institute's residency programme, four artists are selected from art schools from across the country and work on a...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Art for mind's sake

    People with mental illnesses are finding relief by expressing their feelings and emotions through various art forms. When Pranita Kocharekar, a renowned artist, wanted resources on understanding her mental health better, she had to reach out to a therapist. Today, she is trying to simplify what a mental illness may look like via visual communication to help spark a curiosity within oneself. "I'm trying to...

    • 3 weeks ago

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