After some of the stunned amazement had worn off and I could manage to unlock my hands from being claws gripping into my kitchen cupboards, my knees had stopped shaking with fright, and the streams of tears had slowed, practical solutions had to be thought about to what we were dealing with, how to cope, manage... organise.... research had to be done, information had to be found, comparisons had to be made to other similar bodies, an artist of comparable capacity to find a level. We had to…Continue
Added by Karen Penrith on January 25, 2012 at 7:56pm — No Comments
Why would an artist take the pain of painting if he can click a shot and create art. The gap that remains between photography and photorealism is that, photography binds us to capture what we see before us. It only allows the liberty in changing the angles, hence the points of view. But art gives one, the liberty to shape the vision, shown by nature to ones own.
The clear articulation of…Continue
Added by Chandrani Mukherjee on January 16, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
Welcome dear reader to the New Year, with yet another new thought from the editorial desk of artetc. news & views. After the enthusiastic response with which you had accepted our last two issues on Cutting Edge Art Practices in India, we thought it would be a refreshing diversion to take a close look at some of India’s most successful Modern Masters.
Coincidentally, most of them emerged from what…Continue
Added by Chandrani Mukherjee on January 11, 2012 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Each sculptor and their practice and method in this show carries the essence of their language, life, success and how their work helped to unfurl the epoch and understanding of a practice- about their own experience and understanding that is profound and timeless.
Contemporary Sculpture in India and the works of the 20 sculptors living in…Continue
Added by Chandrani Mukherjee on January 9, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments