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  • The Indian artists who worked for the East India Company
    The Indian artists who worked for the East India Company

    Posted on : 22/01/2020 04:48pm
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    ‘Empire follows Art & Not Vice Versa as Englishmen suppose.’ So claimed William Blake in his well-known annotation to Joshua Reynolds’ Discourses on Art of 1778. If an exhibition was calculated to challenge Blake&rsquo..

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  • Folk create art from bottle gourds
    Folk create art from bottle gourds

    Posted on : 17/01/2020 04:16pm
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    Right from animals choking on it unknowingly to being a contributing factor in clogging drainage systems, plastic is one of the largest pollutants in today’s times. Seema Prasad, a resident of Mysuru in Karnataka, has found a bizarre yet s..

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  • Jitish Kallat new show
    Jitish Kallat new show

    Posted on : 13/01/2020 04:29pm
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    The show "Terranium Nuncius" at Mumbai's Famous Studios that opened on Friday, features two of his major works -- a new photographic and sound-based installation titled "Covering Letter" (Terranum Nuncius), and a mixed media p..

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  • Art in 2019 showed record-breaking sales
    Art in 2019 showed record-breaking sales

    Posted on : 03/01/2020 05:18pm
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    In the Indian art-scape, Vasudeo S Gaitonde was the undisputed star, bagging the top two spots for the most expensive Indian artworks sold in the year

     

    Record sales by Indian artists pointed to the continuing steady interest in mode..

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  • Portrait of an Artist
    Portrait of an Artist

    Posted on : 27/12/2019 12:17pm
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    Although her work sells for over two million dollars now,     Amrita Sher-Gil, pionner of modern art, did not earn much recognition during her short lifetime in the early 20th century. Trained in paris, the Indian-Hungarian a..

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  • Art to sacrifices
    Art to sacrifices

    Posted on : 25/12/2019 03:20pm
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    Horses have decided the fate of empires.

    In pre-colonial India, horses were used in wars, hunts and rituals. Horses were also the symbol of a ruler’s prestige. The mansabdar system during the Mughal rule &nda..

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  • Visual Art and Immersive lighting
    Visual Art and Immersive lighting

    Posted on : 19/12/2019 05:29pm
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    With varied surroundings turning into canvases, art is expanding beyond galleries. In the realm of art and technology, visual art & immersive lightning is an emerging career platform which is grasping the attention of Indian youth. It is a though..

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  • London Exhibit Celebrates Indian Artists
    London Exhibit Celebrates Indian Artists

    Posted on : 12/12/2019 01:31pm
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    London Exhibit Celebrates Indian Artists Who Captured Natural History for the East India Company
     

    Paintings once anonymized as “company art” will finally be labeled with the names of their creators
     

    Indian artists, once eras..

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  • Pragya Jain blends the world of art and home decor
    Pragya Jain blends the world of art and home decor

    Posted on : 10/12/2019 05:37pm
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    The Bangalore International Centre recently hosted an art exhibition featuring the works of Pragya Jain, an award-winning graduate of the Delhi College of Art. Her works have also been exhibited overseas in the US, Russia and Bangladesh, and have mad..

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  • When the East India Company commissioned art from Indian artists
    When the East India Company commissioned art from Indian artists

    Posted on : 03/12/2019 11:56am
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    A 17th century Mughal dagger, with its handle made from a single rock crystal, is part of the treasure trove at the Wallace Collection museum in London. The dagger is ornated with rubies and emeralds in the shapes of birds, flowers and tigers, and in..

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  • India wins global creative mandate for footwear brand Bata
    India wins global creative mandate for footwear brand Bata

    Posted on : 26/11/2019 05:03pm
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    Contract India, a part of the Wunderman Thompson network has won the global creative mandate for footwear brand Bata.

     

    Contract will become the global strategic and creative hub for Bata in key geographies in Asia, Latin America, Europe and A..

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  • Thirty artists to present their traditional forms at DakshinaChitra
    Thirty artists to present their traditional forms at DakshinaChitra

    Posted on : 13/11/2019 06:23pm
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    The work done over the course of the programme will be exhibited at the Tribal Art National Level Exhibition, scheduled to be held in Delhi next year

     


    Patachitra paintings, leather puppetry from Andhra Pradesh, Kalamkari handpaintings... Dak..

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