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delightfully announces the opening of an exhibition of…
Added by artseek on November 1, 2011 at 6:00pm —
After the prompt response of the preceeding issues of August and September,we present you the October edition of Artetc:news and views, which concludes our series on Print making.
In this issue ,that is Multiplying Importance: Indian Printmaking Then / Indian Printmaking Now III, guest edited… Continue
Added by Chandrani Mukherjee on September 28, 2011 at 1:32pm —
'Art Etc.', a quarterly and 'Art news & views' a monthly art magazine,have merged from this issue onwards. From now on, the stimulating art reading of 'Art Etc.' and the information bundles of 'Art news & views' will reach you on a monthly basis. More matter,… Continue
Added by Vikram on July 5, 2011 at 5:12pm —
This exhibition dwells on the characters, messages, and vicissitudes of physical and emotional reality inherent in the short stories of Rabindranath, a part of his vast body of literature that has cherished and nourished mankind for the last one century. It is not surprising that Gurudev’s profound… Continue
Added by artseek on May 2, 2011 at 6:22pm —
I was thinking about the word 'essential' like 'essential commodities. Art does not fall within this category. Yet, can there be a human life without art? So meanings change with context and context too - change. For instance, how often an educated people in urban life pronounce 'I don't understand art' - that is the context at one phase. It is a common experience for any visual artists to hear such remarks. In whatever manner artists would try to argue, common educated man would not think it… Continue
Added by Amitabh SenGupta on January 1, 2011 at 10:35am —
In the current art scenario the works of Bharti Kher or Subodh Gupta at tandem with sculptures by Somnath Hore are fetching phenomenal prices in the art market/Auctions along with established western masters like Modigliani or Giacometti as witnessed in recent auctions. The… Continue
Added by artseek on December 19, 2010 at 11:27am —
2010 marks the 100th anniversary of Wassily Kandinsky’s manifesto ‘Concerning the Spiritual In Art’ 1910 - 2010 which heralded the movement of Abstract Art. In this light we are devoting our current issue, Abstraction in Art and Indian practitioners in similar context. The November issue contains articles written by experts on a similar premise that helped in the making of Indian… Continue
Added by artseek on November 16, 2010 at 5:30pm —
Sometime in 1991, George Bush Sr. declared that we live in a unipolar world, by which he meant that there is only one life system which encompasses all of us. This one life-system is understandably governed by one economic system which is called multinational economy. This in turn, defines the global order. But the basic tenet of all life on this earth is defined in terms of “multiples”, whether it is human lives, animal lives or any economic… Continue
Added by artseek on September 14, 2010 at 4:30pm —
Invitation for entries to juried photo exhibit “Swedish Innovations – Indian Interpretations”. Entries accepted until September 3rd, 2010.
There is a multitude of Swedish innovations, many of which are present in the lives of Indian people in one way or the other. As part of the Sweden-India Nobel Memorial Week, a juried exhibit of photographs, in which Indian photographers have captured these innovations, will be organized.
In October, the high… Continue
Added by artseek on August 21, 2010 at 6:25pm —
It is a pleasure to announce that Art news & views has come out in a new format. It is an informative magazine that will attempt to bring into focus important artistic and cultural events, not only of the city but also in the national and international circuit, in retrospect and in forecast. There will also be a scope for ‘fashion’,… Continue
Added by Aakriti Art Gallery on February 8, 2010 at 7:30pm —
Have you ever pretended you knew something? A fact in history perhaps? The details of someone’s story, his life’s work, his legacy? Have you conveyed to someone, I know this, I knew that? Is there a chance we don’t know what we presume we know?
When reading your favorite newspaper, have you ever wondered if the information your reading is true? Is it reliable? Are the writers honest in their journalism? It better be, or else we would be reading false words, and we would be grossly… Continue
Added by Jonathan Shih on September 7, 2009 at 9:00am —
A modern artist creates for the unknown market.
What is the reaction of an artist or a painter on the effect of contemporary market economy on appreciation of art and on the form of art that may survive under such an economy? In a market economy, which is essentially based on buying and selling, only marketable art may survive; there craftsmen are often compelled to be artists or artists are compelled to be craftsmen. What is the appearance and nature of the current market for fine… Continue
Added by Najib Tareque on September 5, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Did you go to the Indian Art Summit ? Did you come back dissappointed ? Happy ? Impressed ? What do you think… Continue
Added by artseek on August 25, 2009 at 12:00am —