Tag: Indian Artists

Bohra Sisters: A Sisterly Upholding Of The Good Old Days

Bohra Sisters take you through the lanes of their lives which are hella relatable! The gramophone, the flavoursome chuski, the lonely letter box, the lalten to the rescue days are some recurring symbols that are unmissable. Bohra Sisters through their videos infuse a sense of homecoming.

Mohini – A Painting Prodigy

Mohini’s works cover a range of areas, including nature depictions, portraits, abstract paintings to still life. “I keep switching between genres, styles and themes to keep my work dynamic,” notes the artist, as she enthusiastically talks about her interest.

Chitra Santhe – The Vibrant Art fair is Now Online

Chitra Santhe Online - There are around 1500 artists participating from across 20 countries this year. Each artists work along with their contact details and artwork is displayed on Chitra Santhe’s virtual gallery.

Richa Agarwal – A Collector And Connoisseur Of All Things Artsy

Going deep into the artsy world of Emami Art and Kolkata Center for Creativity which provide platforms for artists to showcase their talent.

The Surviving Saree – An Artistic Expression of the Journey of Women’s Heritage

Experiencing women’s heritage through the transforming narrative of the sustainable drape, the surviving saree through the lens of social identity.

MASH India – Be Refound As An Artist At ‘My Art By Shalini Passi’

In conversation with Shalini Passi an art explorer, collector and a philanthropist, her endeavour to bridge the intersection between her five verticals - architecture, art, craft, design and fashion is undoubtedly laudable. Here are the excerpts from the conversation:

A Brighter Place – 5 Indian Artists Create an Inspiring Video on Mental Health

Five Renowned dance artists from India have come together to create an intriguing and spectacular dance video called ‘A Brighter Place’. The artists collectively believe that everyone’s feelings are valid and need to be expressed.

Aakriti Kohli – ‘She’s An Illustrator’ For All The Untapped Emotions Within You

Aakriti Kohli, who wears her passions on her nose ring and paints her thoughts on the canvas of her life, motivates every human being to change, untangle, liberate, loose, survive, heal, grow, find, harmonize, believe, flow, move and be. Here are the excerpts of my conversation with her:

Curators Of Clay – Contemporary Indian Ceramics Personified For You

Deep in conversation with Rohit Kulkarni about his clay ventures, Curators of Clay that create personalised, contemporary Indian Ceramics and handicrafts.

Deepika Bhansali – A Self Taught Artist, Spreading Her Passion for Art

Deepika Bhansali practiced painting as her hobby infrequently during the last 30 yrs until it became her passionate choice. It was the birth of her daughter 5 years ago that stirred the first wave of actively practicing artwork.

Vijay Joshi – A Traditional Phad Artist With Tints Of Modernity

Vijay Joshi, the 13th generation practitioner, entered the Shahpura School at the age of 9 where phad painting was taught. This is when he came to terms with his age old family business. He revealed that he found solace in this art form, as if he was specifically chosen to be part of the Joshi family by God.

Shalini Bisht – A Self-taught Artist’s Journey in Mandala Art and More

Creative Kalakari founded by Shalini is an art platform for creating products, as well as, organizing learning workshops. Shalini teaches and creates Mandala art and has already taught more than hundred students this unique and therapeutic art form.

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