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Munem Wasif, Kheyal, (2015-2018). Image courtesy of the artist.

So Far: DAILY DEVOTIONS: A CONVERSATION WITH MUNEM WASIF

26 July 2019 Weeklies • so-far studios Text by Sharmini Aphrodite Grey light seeping in through a window. An old man with his eyes closed in a courtyard, a sheath of white sunlight over his body. A young girl skipping …

Prajakta Potnis

Firstpost: Committing a Dream: Chapter 4: Opening the door to Prajakta Potnis :

Gitanjali Dang and Khanabadosh curate this project — ‘Invisible Light’ — under which, so far, two themes have been introduced: Jagte Raho and Committing a Dream (Above: Prajakta Potnis, 7.10, 2019) Sylvia Plath wrote her first tragic poem when she was 14. The poem …

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The Indian Express: Black and White : Baptist Coelho

Written by Pallavi Chattopadhyay | July 30, 2019 Nine artists dig deep into the many layers of the skin in the exhibition titled ‘Skin: The Finer Nuance’ In Attempts to Contain, Baptist Coelho from Mumbai displays photographs of an unclothed body interlocking …

Neha Choksi's production 'Still Abacus'

PLATFORM MAGAZINE: MISSION: DISRUPT THE ACCEPTED: NEHA CHOKSI

Soumya Mukerji on Neha Choksi, Platform Magazine Published in March 2019 Issue Neha Choksi’s production ‘Still Abacus” One of the most private mavericks in the performing arts in India, Neha Choksi doesn’t speak much, mince words or dilute her essence. …

Seed, by Rohini Devasher, 2004. Charcoal, acrylic, colour
pencil, oil pastel, wood; 245 x 457 cm. “Seed” is the first of several wall drawings that explore landscape as a living entity. Through the process of the drawing, done on site over three months, the relationship between the drawing and the forms from which it is derived is gradually blurred. The curve of the wall further heightens the sense of being engulfed, of being destabilized.

MARG MAGAZINE: ROHINI DEVASHER

This article was first published in The Weight of a Petal: Ars Botanica, edited by Sita Reddy, Mumbai: Marg, Vol. 70, No. 2, December 2018–March 2019.   Rohini Devasher …for that which we imagine must be either something already seen or a …

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