Monthly Archives: July 2013

Jitish Kallat: Overturning Expectations Through Artistic Dynamism

Ipshita Sen of Saffronart shares a note on Jitish Kallat’s recent work New York: If there were one versatile and imaginative contemporary Indian artist, who, through his art evoked spiraling chains of thought and overturned expectations, it would be Jitish Kallat. Topping … Continue reading

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Experimenter Curator’s Hub 2013

Elizabeth Prendiville of SaffronArt shares a note about the exchange of ideas at the third Experimenter Curator’s Hub New York: This past weekend (July 26th and 27th) Experimenter Gallery in Kolkata hosted its two day curatorial conference. The third annual Experimenter … Continue reading

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The East India Company Collaborates with The National Gallery on Exclusive New Masterpieces Blends

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart shares a note on the latest collaboration between The East India Company and the National Gallery London: The East India Company, the world’s finest gourmet foods and beverages’ company, has collaborated with The National Gallery to launch … Continue reading

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Perspectives by Rina Banerjee

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart shares a note on Rina Banerjee’s installation at the Smithsonian ‘s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington A World Lost: after the original island, single land massfractured, after populations migrated, after pollution revealed itself and as … Continue reading

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Indian Princely Silver: A Pair of Murshidabad Plates at Saffronart

Elisabetta Marabotto shares a note on a pair of Murshidabad plates that is part of Saffronart’s upcoming Travel & Leisure Auction London: Lying north of Kolkata on the banks of the Bhagirathi river, Murshidabad, or ‘select city’, was the last capital … Continue reading

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Elegance Under Canvas

Shivajirao Gaekwar of Saffronart shares some information on the campaign furniture available as part of Saffronart’s upcoming Travel & Leisure Auction Mumbai: Representative of a more elegant time, campaign furniture is synonymous with luxury travel, the gentleman traveller, historic military … Continue reading

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The Growth of Asia’s Art Market Came to Life in Hong Kong International Art Fair

Elizabeth Prendiville shares some news about Asia’s evolving art market  New York: This year Hong Kong’s International Art Fair was presented under the king of art fair names, Art Basel. Art Basel sees a solid future in the recent developments … Continue reading

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Henning Koppel at Saffronart

Tarika Agarwal examines the Henning Koppel coffee set available as part of Saffronart’s upcoming Travel & Leisure Auction Mumbai: Henning Koppel is largely responsible for what we have come to think of as “Danish design”. Koppel was an early pioneer … Continue reading

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Art evoking the spirit of hospitality at Mumbai International Airport Terminal

Ipshita Sen of Saffronart comments on Rajeev Sethi’s new project New York: Rajeev Sethi, a prominent Indian scenographer, fills up the void of public art by initiating a phenomenal art project that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but at the same … Continue reading

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George Jensen at Saffronart

Tarika Agarwal talks about the rare Georg Jensen Scroll Pattern flatware, part of Saffronart’s upcoming Travel & Leisure Auction Mumbai: Georg Jensen, an artistically gifted Danish boy from a working-class family who aspired to become a sculptor, grew up to … Continue reading

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