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Cover Story   Touching upon the tribal instincts

Gallerists and collectors strive to bring tribal art into the mainstream through a wide range of representative works that distill amazing artistic abilities of the indigenous Indian populations. More

     
  Features  
 
Emphasizing a strong Asian identity among the global audiences
 
 
Another well-organized art fair offers Singapore a chance to flex its muscles as a powerful player on the thriving Asian arts scene, rivaling Delhi, Mumbai, Hong Kong and Shanghai. More
 
   
     
  Book Review  
 
‘An Object of Beauty’ by Steve Martin
 
 
The protagonist’s journey built around human emotions, commerce and art, is parallel to the soaring highs and lows of the art world, starting from the 1990s through today. More
 
   
         
  Artist Profile   Unraveling the mystique of artist Sakti Burman’s painterly realm
 
Decorative details, varied textures and complementary colors create a phantasmagoria in his works wherein curious creatures, human and divine characters harmoniously coexist. More
  Artist Profile   A spotlight on ‘Padma Bhushan’ Krishen Khanna
 
The captivating career graph of this celebrated Modernist constitutes a passionate psychological engagement that also deftly documents the time and events of modern India. More
  Artist Profile   A spotlight on Mithu Sen: The 2010- 11 Skoda Prize winner
 
Considered one of India’s most dynamic and innovative art practitioners of her generation, she examines the political, social and fundamental aspects of our identity. More
         
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A series of significant shows – in India and abroad
  Art Feed  
  The year 2011 begins on a perfect note with several solo and group shows by India’s most renowned and talented artists at leading galleries set the tone.
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