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Chintz was an Indian trade textile that was hand-painted, resist-and- mordant dyed cotton. It is the epitome of artistic and design exchange across cultures and continents, made using a technique that is defined as the peak of excellence in hand-painted textiles. A technique in which layer after layer of perfection was painstakingly painted using natural materials such as buffalo milk, natural dyes, mordants, wax and dung. Indeed, as Dutch agent Daniel Harvart observed in 17 th  century…

Gallery Art Motif presents “The Art of Hand Painted Chintz” by Renuka Reddy

Chintz was an Indian trade textile that was hand-painted, resist-and- mordant dyed cotton. It is the epitome of artistic and design exchange across cultures and continents, made using a technique that is defined as the peak of excellence in hand-painted textiles. A technique in which layer after layer of perfection was painstakingly painted using natural materials such as buffalo milk, natural dyes, mordants, wax and dung. Indeed, as Dutch agent Daniel Harvart observed in 17 th  century…

Gallery Art Motif presents “The Art of Hand Painted Chintz” by Renuka Reddy

This exhibition is a celebration of Himmat Shah’s solitary pursuit and inspiring nomadic life lived under an open sky that transformed into a recurrent poetic metaphor of the vastness and infinity of space in his work.

This exhibition is a celebration of Himmat Shah’s solitary pursuit and inspiring nomadic life lived under an open sky that transformed into a recurrent poetic metaphor of the vastness and infinity of space in his work.

Exhibit320 in collaboration with Blueprint12 are proud to present​ ​'Given power - From tradition to contemporary’, a show that is an endeavor to showcase a selection of works collected from the interiors of Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar and Maharashtra.

Exhibit320 in collaboration with Blueprint12 are proud to present​ ​'Given power - From tradition to contemporary’, a show that is an endeavor to showcase a selection of works collected from the interiors of Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar and Maharashtra.

Fernando Zóbel. Contrapuntos is a Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Italy. It will be on view from May 13 to November 26, 2017 at Fondaco Marcello, San Marco 3415, Calle del Traghetto o Ca’ Garzoni, 30124 Venezia.

Contrapuntos is a Collateral Event of the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Italy. It will be on view from May 13 to November 2017 at Fondaco Marcello, San Marco Calle del Traghetto o Ca’ Garzoni, 30124 Venezia.

Saffronart and the Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) will hold a fundraiser auction on 31 October 2017 in support of India’s largest and most reputed arts festival. The KBF Fundraiser auction features artworks by over 40 leading modern and contemporary artists

Saffronart and the Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) will hold a fundraiser auction on 31 October 2017 in support of India’s largest and most reputed arts festival. The KBF Fundraiser auction features artworks by over 40 leading modern and contemporary artists

Exhibit320 is proud to present ‘Herbarium Indicum’, a solo exhibition of paintings by artist and designer, Alex Davis. The exhibition will inaugurate with a private preview on Friday 6th October 2017, followed by a month long public viewing from Saturday 7th October 2017.

Exhibit320 is proud to present ‘Herbarium Indicum’, a solo exhibition of paintings by artist and designer, Alex Davis. The exhibition will inaugurate with a private preview on Friday 6th October 2017, followed by a month long public viewing from Saturday 7th October 2017.

“Krishiv” is a group art show organized and conceptualized by Chandni Gulati. The show is at the Lokayata Art Gallery, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi from the 2nd to the 8th of June 2017.

“Krishiv” is a group art show organized and conceptualized by Chandni Gulati. The show is at the Lokayata Art Gallery, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi from the 2nd to the 8th of June 2017.

An array of mosaic paintings by artist V Rama Krishna arrests the eye creating a sensuousness that lingers on, inviting the mind’s eye to revisit the generosity of multiple colours. The category of work is certainly abstract, leaving no clue for the spectator to gauge the source of inspiration that compelled the artist to paint what he paints.

An array of mosaic paintings by artist V Rama Krishna arrests the eye creating a sensuousness that lingers on, inviting the mind’s eye to revisit the generosity of multiple colours. The category of work is certainly abstract, leaving no clue for the spectator to gauge the source of inspiration that compelled the artist to paint what he paints.

Fernando Zóbel. Contrapuntos is a Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Italy. It will be on view from May 13 to November 26, 2017 at Fondaco Marcello, San Marco 3415, Calle del Traghetto o Ca’ Garzoni, 30124 Venezia.

Contrapuntos is a Collateral Event of the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Italy. It will be on view from May 13 to November 2017 at Fondaco Marcello, San Marco Calle del Traghetto o Ca’ Garzoni, 30124 Venezia.

Fernando Zóbel. Contrapuntos is a Collateral Event of the 57th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Italy. It will be on view from May 13 to November 26, 2017 at Fondaco Marcello, San Marco 3415, Calle del Traghetto o Ca’ Garzoni, 30124 Venezia.

Contrapuntos is a Collateral Event of the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Italy. It will be on view from May 13 to November 2017 at Fondaco Marcello, San Marco Calle del Traghetto o Ca’ Garzoni, 30124 Venezia.

DAG Modern is pleased to announce Madhvi Parekh’s retrospective spanning five decades of her painterly career, this retrospective is critical in that it includes iconic works by the artist that is representative of every phase of her illustrious career, including rare drawings and paintings from the 1960s.

DAG Modern is pleased to announce Madhvi Parekh’s retrospective spanning five decades of her painterly career, this retrospective is critical in that it includes iconic works by the artist that is representative of every phase of her illustrious career, including rare drawings and paintings from the 1960s.

At first sight, Eyal Sasson and Abraham Kritzman seem to draw from completely different aesthetics and subject matters: Kritzman’s woodcut prints, pedestal-like plaster sculptures, graphite drawings and diluted oil diptychs, are all saturated in an austere, dark palette of murky colours.

At first sight, Eyal Sasson and Abraham Kritzman seem to draw from completely different aesthetics and subject matters: Kritzman’s woodcut prints, pedestal-like plaster sculptures, graphite drawings and diluted oil diptychs, are all saturated in an austere, dark palette of murky colours.

An array of mosaic paintings by artist V Rama Krishna arrests the eye creating a sensuousness that lingers on, inviting the mind’s eye to revisit the generosity of multiple colours. The category of work is certainly abstract, leaving no clue for the spectator to gauge the source of inspiration that compelled the artist to paint what he paints.

An array of mosaic paintings by artist V Rama Krishna arrests the eye creating a sensuousness that lingers on, inviting the mind’s eye to revisit the generosity of multiple colours. The category of work is certainly abstract, leaving no clue for the spectator to gauge the source of inspiration that compelled the artist to paint what he paints.

“Rewind”, an exhibition of personal travel memories is a collection of photographs by Shreya Khanna, a 17-year-old photography enthusiast. The exhibition showcases photographs influenced by her inclination towards nature & wildlife through her travels to Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, East Africa. Her fondness for Architecture & Design comes alive through pictures from her visit to Angkor Wat (Cambodia), the largest religious monument in the world.

“Rewind”, an exhibition of personal travel memories is a collection of photographs by Shreya Khanna, a 17-year-old photography enthusiast. The exhibition showcases photographs influenced by her inclination towards nature & wildlife through her travels to Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, East Africa. Her fondness for Architecture & Design comes alive through pictures from her visit to Angkor Wat (Cambodia), the largest religious monument in the world.

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