Naina Maithani Kulkarni’s artistic journey began when she started selling, promoting, and managing an up-market art space in New Delhi’s niche, DLF Emporio Mall, with the Vadhera Art Gallery. Her earliest memories of childhood were magical lights shimmering in the far background, on the misty nights in Mussorie, in Doon. Though she does not live
The ability to convert imagination into reality intrigued Alayna Zaid and this, along with her love for experimenting, drew her to the world of art. She has been painting since the tender age of three. In essence, she embodies the rich expressive artistic impulses that the fathers of abstract art such as Jackson Pollock and
Mohammed Hassan Khaleelullah’s story can be summarised as a young boy taking tiny steps into the world of artistry, to his exponential growth into a man who is the current world-record holder in his field of art calligraphy. Born in 1972 in Chemnad, a village in Kasaragod, located in the state of Kerala; Khaleel was
Without any haste and bedevilment, without any unnecessary ambitions for futurity and its eventualities, without any cringe and campaign; He paints silently. With internal consecrations and tender desires, with cognition and precipitations of unknown fortuities, with possibilities and its inevitabilities, with agony and travail; He paints silently. He is Satish Bhaisare, a painter, who is
Christina Banerjee, is a painter and mixed media artist born and brought up in Alabama, USA that currently resides in New Delhi, India. After moving to India, Christina has been inspired by her radically different surroundings, waking up each day to the sound of noisy crows and pigeons. She has never been this close to
When something is happening or likely to happen unplanned, it brings results that could be thrilling and uplifting. Pragya Jain’s latest exhibit is planned around a sense of unintended, accidental, unexpected works that yet hold together the essence of her original style of painting. Along with a sense of freedom to choose the end result,
This exhibition brings together three artists who have a distinctive visual language, who nurture abstract visions – Akhilesh (Indore), Yogendra Tripathi (Khairagarh) and Sachin Deo (Indore). Abstraction in contemporary Indian art is not specific to any geographical region, but it has been nurtured in Bhopal and has survived the excess of figuration that is prevalent today.