The New Indian Express

Kanika Kapoor Interview

Singer Kanika Kapoor is basking in the success of her newest song JUGNI 2.0 that comes nine years after her first song Jugni Ji released. Having ended 2020 with the Music Icon of the Year Award at the Super Awards 2020 in Dubai, her latest single JUGNI 2.0 has amassed over 24 million views on… Read More Kanika Kapoor Interview

The New Indian Express

Speed Meets Stillness

“A Voyage of Seemingly Propulsive Speed and an Apparent Absolute Stillness” a multidisciplinary show at Gallery Ark, Vadodara brings together works of art by three emerging artists Arshad Hakim, Moonis Ahmad Shah and Sarasija Subramanian. The genesis of this intriguingly titled exhibition began as a conversation between the three artists and the curator of the… Read More Speed Meets Stillness

Bangalore Mirror

Interview with Avril Quadros

Avril Quadros is a certified Empath who has overcome numerous challenges in her life with a rare fortitude that is an ode to the triumph of the human spirit. Growing up in Mumbai, Avril’s childhood was filled with music as her father was an opera singer and her mother was a rock and roll singer.… Read More Interview with Avril Quadros

Deccan Chronicle

Sputnik Moments with Yours truly theater

“All the world’s a stage,” once remarked William Shakespeare quite famously. And one person who will agree with that is Nandini Rao, Co-founder, Yours truly. A theatre veteran with over 18 years of overall theatre experience, she is one of the few leading women theatre directors in India. “From the time I knew I had… Read More Sputnik Moments with Yours truly theater

Millionaire Asia

Art as an Investment

Art as an investment vehicle is gaining popularity thanks to accessibility and an increase in gallery space across the country. In June 2019, Sotheby’s London Auction of Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art included one of the only 10 works by Amrita Sher-Gil called Trees remaining private hands outside the country and pop art works… Read More Art as an Investment

Deccan Chronicle

Science Meets Art – Thayada Shamsudheen

Scientist in ISRO – Check. Artist – Check. Well we are talking of one person who is both a scientist and an artist. Meet Thayada Shamsudheen. A self-taught artist, his works have been bought by private collectors in the USA, China, Bangalore, Chennai, Ernakulam and Kolkata. “I grew up in Wayanad, Kerala. Born to a… Read More Science Meets Art – Thayada Shamsudheen

Deccan Chronicle

Interview with artist Ildikó Morovszki-Halász

Ildikó Morovszki-Halász’s new painting exhibition is an ode to Hungarian-Indian painter Amrita Sher-Gil. There is no doubt that India is a vibrant and culturally rich country. Naturally then it inspires many people differently and artists especially. Like the case of Hungarian artist Ildikó Morovszki-Halász whose work is largely inspired by India. Ildikó’s started drawing as… Read More Interview with artist Ildikó Morovszki-Halász

Spice Route

Chitrashaala – ode to art

Chitrashaala is an annual art event held at Justa’s Lake Nahargarh Palace that sees a confluence of artists from India and across the globe. The event is a partnership between artist Bibek Santra’s Narrative Movements and Justa Hotels that brings together artists from across the globe in a unique symposium of art. Incidentally, the name… Read More Chitrashaala – ode to art

Sunday Herald

Natural Dye Artist – Ruby Jagrut

Did you know that UNESCO has announced ‘Natural Dyes’ as one of the intangible heritage properties in the cultural ecosystem? Well neither did I to be honest till I spoke to Ruby Jagrut. She is one of rare few natural dye artists with close to two decades of experience in painting with only natural dyes… Read More Natural Dye Artist – Ruby Jagrut