Artists
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Aji V.N.- Recent Works

by  Kamala Kapoor

This is Rotterdam based Aji V N’s first solo exhibition in Mumbai. Organised by Gallerie Mirchandani + Steinrucke, these recent watercolour paintings and charcoal drawings on paper (all untitled) provide an important occasion to assess the work of the Kerala born artist who so far has shown mainly in

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In Conversation with Jogen Chowdhury

by  Kamala Kapoor

There has always been an effortless Indianness to Jogen Chowdhury's art, a regional Bengali flavor which, is freely reflected not only in his human subjects, their garments and the spaces they inhabit, but even in the organic elements of his plants and flowers, particularly the many petaled lotus that

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In conversation with Prabhakar Kolte

by  Kamala Kapoor

Prabhakar Kolte’s paintings have grown out of the rich and broad traditions of abstract art, a legacy of early 20th century modernism that is still vibrant in art practice today. Though he painted once in oils and occasionally in watercolours, his medium today is unequivocally acrylic. The

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“Why Cross the Boundary”

by  Kamala Kapoor

Visiting V.Ramesh at his studio in Vishakhapatnam in late Sept. 2011, I was able to get a fair idea of his forthcoming show “Why Cross the Boundary”, a month or so before it was due to open in Delhi. Fair, in the best sense of the word, because most of the paintings, all large oils on canvas, had reached

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