Crystal Cities, Fragile Worlds

by  Meera Menezes

There is something disconcerting about the pair of eyes that stare unblinkingly at you between slate-grey panels of synthetic fabric in Jagannath Panda’s Crystal City. It was a similar gaze that riveted me two years ago, on a visit to the artist’s studio in Gurgaon. I recall that the owl had

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The Action of Nowhere

by  Bharati Chaturvedi

Magic, in its perhaps most primordial sense, is the experience of existing in a world made up of multiple intelligences, the intuition that every form one perceives - from the swallow swooping overhead to the fly on a blade of grass and indeed, the blade of grass itself - is an experiencing form,

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Jagannath Panda: Nothing is Solid

by  Peter Nagy

Through his art, Jagannath Panda reconciles many of our most fundamental contradictions. The dichotomies of Nature/Culture, Urban/Rural, Traditional/Contemporary and Figuration/Abstraction find both expression and resolve within Panda’s paintings, sculptures and works on paper. Reconciliation restores

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