The Curious Case of Contemporary Art

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Nov 21, 2018 12:44:45 pm

Art is ambiguous, expressive, subtle, astonishingly beautiful, and controversial simultaneously. The perception of art has shifted from a fixed theme of nature, people, events, and objects that belonged to the real world to a cryptic, baffling, subjective, and perplexing subject matter that invoke freedom and curiosity into the observer’s mind.   The 21st century is filled with a form of art that is totally different from the works that were conceived and created a century ago. This genre is the contemporary or as popularly know... Read more>>

Shiva: The Kosher Consciousness

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Nov 15, 2018 05:36:26 pm

A lot of Shiva paintings, sculptures, frescos, and depictions show Him as the living manifestation; the one which can be comprehended by the human mind. In reality, Shiva cannot be understood or defined as such by us or by anyone on this earth. This is so because Shiva is not meant to be understood but to be experienced. Religious scholars have time and again presented Shiva as the ultimate consciousness that flows in the universe, that is everywhere, that resides in everyone. Yet we see quite a many representations of Shiva that s... Read more>>

Radha Krishna Paintings: A Symbol of Platonic Love

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Nov 06, 2018 04:59:29 pm

I love art. The way colours and shades are able to replicate the emotions and feelings of an artist, it seems otherworldly. It is the internal rife of imagination and creativity that compels an artist to pick a brush and start creating something spectacular. Currently, there are multiple genres of art that are being practiced and followed all over the world but my favourite is the traditional Indian art. The ancient paintings depicting the tales of Supreme beings, Gods, Goddesses, events from religious epics, and similar subject ma... Read more>>

Is your taste in Art revealing your Psyche?

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Nov 02, 2018 05:41:33 pm

“There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who…transform a yellow spot into the sun.” Pablo Picasso Art is no longer a means of entertainment. A lot of studies and researches have been made to find the impact of art on the human mind. For instance, abstract paintings have the ability to stimulate the creativity in our mind. So, does art have an impact on our mind or do we choose paintings as per our personalities? Have you ever thought about why did you stop to look at a particula... Read more>>

Art Collectors: The Gravity and the Tips

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Oct 31, 2018 04:08:45 pm

The world of art is candidly imperial and flawlessly polished. Our time for all one knows is the best period for art, artists and art lovers. There are so many illustrious art galleries and online art shops that offer an amazing experience to the people who love art. Not just the art aficionados but the artists too are highly benefited with so much happening around. Now imagine, a fresco in the glorious Ajanta caves or an artefact found in the archaeological site in Afghanistan or an ancient mural extracted out in Iran is still ava... Read more>>

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