Monthly Archives: October 2013

Chitra Ganesh Reveals Her Art

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart following the recent exhibition at Gallery Espace in New Delhi, examines the intricate art of Chitra Ganesh  London: Colourful yet dark are perhaps some of the adjectives which best describe Chitra Ganesh’s art which is characterized by … Continue reading

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Memoir: Progressive Artist Group

Shradha Ramesh takes a leap into the past to reveal the men behind the Modern Indian Art movement New York: The trailblazer collection by Delhi Art Gallery (DAG), Progressive Artist Group, is now on display in Kalaghoda, Mumbai, from October … Continue reading

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Black on Black: F. N.Souza, Race and Creativity in Post-War Britain

Ambika Rajgopal of Saffronart shares a note on the panel discussion centered around F. N. Souza’s Black on Black Paintings at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. London: The frenetic, art enriched environment of the Frieze week bought with it … Continue reading

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Kanika Pruthi of Saffronart explores the fantastical world of Naina Kanodia’s works and highlights the artist’s commitment to the genre of L’Art Naif   Naina Kanodia, Mumtaz Mahal, 2009, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 36 in. Image Credit:$178 New York: … Continue reading

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Paris Art Week Takes On New International Contemporary Markets

 Elizabeth Prendiville shares news about the Paris Art Week and the FIAC Art Fair New York: In this season of abundant international art fairs, Paris is the most recent destination for stunning contemporary art and culture. The 40th year of … Continue reading

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The Body In Indian Art

Ipshita Sen of Saffronart introduces The Body In Indian Art, one of the exhibitions part of Europalia- India in Belgium New York: Whether it is physical culture, dance, adornment, yoga, Ayurveda- no civilization has had a fascinating interpretation and thorough understanding … Continue reading

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Jitish Kallat @ Thinking Big

Shradha Ramesh of Saffronart follows the auction of Public Notice 2 at Thinking Big in London New York:  Through Jitish Kallat’s Public Notice series emerges a new visual vocabulary that reiterates powerful speeches given by our Nation’s leaders- Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal … Continue reading

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Out of the Hot Seat

Rashmi Rajgopal was sick of not finding anything on the internet on one of the most reputed jewellers in the country, so she decided she’d pay the Gazdars a visit. Mumbai: I hate preparing for interviews. I mean, just think about … Continue reading

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Seher Shah’s Successful Year

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart celebrates Seher Shah’s art through her recent exhibitions London: Earlier this year the Huffington Post listed Seher Shah in their list of 10 International Artists to Watch in 2013. And their insightful acknowledgement proved true, given … Continue reading

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Frieze London 2013

Ambika Rajgopal of Saffronart looks at the 2013 edition of Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masters. London: With the onset of the British winter, as the trees of Regent’s Park shed their foliage to assume a structural minimalism, another edition … Continue reading

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