Erin Gleeson's new exhibition reflects on the synergy between Cambodia's turbulent history and its art
'Out of Line', an exhibition curated in New Delhi by Phnom Pehn-based Erin Gleeson, explores a nation's obsession with artists of 'national' repute. It closely examines its relevance in Cambodia, a country with a history of war, violence, and suppression of the arts.
Ganesh Haloi's new exhibition, Form and Play, offers a pathway into the self-contained world of his art
The overall effect of the exhibition of Ganesh Haloi's works is to make us view the world afresh through the eyes of an artist who refuses to age.
Form and Play: A new exhibition highlights how Ganesh Haloi's paintings oscillate between the seen and the sensed
An upcoming solo exhibition at the Akar Prakar gallery in Kolkata — titled Form and Play — brings together Ganesh Haloi’s recent works on paper
From the mid-18th to mid-19th centuries, a swadeshi art idiom developed in Kolkata
Akar Prakar’s Synchrome — Masters brings together some of the most well known Indian artists, and some lesser known ones
Gopal Ghose’s The Chromatic Image, up at the Akar Prakar advisory in Delhi, is a way to having our first conversation with a master of the landscape
An ongoing exhibition at Kolkata's Akar Prakar highlights the early animation work of the artist Ganesh Pyne — and prompts a fresh inquiry into how it influenced his later, better known art
A new exhibition of Manish Pushkale's work, titled The Painter of Light, is being held at the Akar Prakar Art Advisory in Delhi from 31 January to 25 February, 2017.
A new exhibition throws light on the rare early works of Ganesh Pyne, when he worked on animation films at Mandar Studio