French artist Maya Burman, whose recent paintings, watercolours and sketches are part of an ongoing show at Delhi’s Gallerie Ganesha, speaks to Bhumika Popli about the importance of dreams in a painter’s life, and how to break free of stylistic confines.
Pandora’s Box, a group show of compelling contemporary artworks curated by its co-founder Sonali Batra is on display at Delhi’s The Stainless Gallery.
Dhvani Se Shabd Aur Chinh, an ongoing exhibition at Delhi’s National Gallery of Modern Art, reintroduces us to forgotten painters, such as K.C.S. Paniker and R.B. Bhaskaran, who were central to the 1960s Madras Art Movement, writes Vineet Gill.
St+art—a foundation that organises art projects in public spaces is returning to the streets of Mumbai with its second edition of Urban Art Festival.
Curated by the poet Ranjit Hoskote, a new retrospective of the acclaimed artist Sakti Burman is currently on view at Mumbai’s National Gallery of Modern Art. Displayed here are around 275 works by the artist, spanning six decades, writes Bhumika Popli.
Sudhir Patwardhan is known the world over for his exceptional work that serves as a bridge between the modernist idiom and the contemporary imagination. He speaks to Bhumika Popli about his latest series of paintings, his creative preoccupation with mirrors and cameras, and his other life as a radiologist.
A new retrospective of artist Madhvi Parekh, on view at the Delhi Art Gallery Modern, features some of her best-known paintings, drawings and sketches from a career that has already spanned five decades. Bhumika Popli speaks to the artist and her associates.