Indian Art Industry - Waiting For A New Dawn

Posted by Aishwarya Srivastava on Jun 28, 2019 12:09:04 pm
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“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”  -Pablo Picasso In my school days, art used to be one of the few subjects that I didn’t loathe and this quote by Pablo Picasso explains so much why. It makes sense that as a writer, I wasn’t gifted with the capability to master mathematics or to find science any appealing. Art was what disconnected me from the world I was forced to live in and help me transcend into the world of words, where I was meant to be. However, in my country, India... Read more>>

Contemporary Art In India - A Brief Modern History

Posted by Aishwarya Srivastava on Jun 21, 2019 02:41:31 pm
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Polish-American novelist, Jerzy Kosinski once said that the principle of true art is not to portray, but to evoke. This is exactly what modern art intends to propagate, similar to timeless classics like Mona Lisa. These artworks want to evoke a wave of emotion that opens up your senses to the imagination of artists, clearing the dust of realism. You can never understand art if you keep finding reasons to like it because it isn’t meant to be liked, it is meant to make you feel something. Modern art is evolving with artists lik... Read more>>

Meet India's best Painters that are alive

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Jun 18, 2019 12:51:49 pm
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The world of art has been liberal and comprehending through different spans and cultural spectrums. India, a nation with diverse culture and distinctive beliefs, has been an excellent absorber of all sorts of art styles and forms that came across. Because of this, a lot of talented artists have emerged in India. However, the upsurge has been not so strong before the 18th century. If you would look up at the list of top 10 artists in India, you would find that most of them are from the post-independence era. This clearly sh... Read more>>

An Ecstatic Plunge into the Indian Modern Art

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Jun 12, 2019 12:49:00 pm
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“Modern paintings are like women, you'll never enjoy them if you try to understand them.” ? Freddie Mercury The continuum of Indian art has been sublime and ecstatic. Despite perpetual invasion by foreign rulers and amidst multiple cultural ethnicities, Indian art has evolved splendidly. Today, art in India has not just adapted the pace and trend of the global market but have also set a distinguishable face for itself. All credit goes to Modern Indian artists, who have shown immense courage and determination ... Read more>>

Know the illustrious Contemporary Artists from India

Posted by Shashvat Vats on Jun 10, 2019 09:42:09 am
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No evolution is ever stagnant. The ambiguity and the obscure nature of evolution make it dynamic and impressive. Art, from the pre-historic times to the present epoch, has been on a roller coaster ride of evolution. From the times when representing deities was a common subject matter to the contemporary times of today when idea values more than the end result, art has evolved beautifully. Contemporary style is a result of the slow but perpetual transformation that art has been through. Although the origin of contemporary a... Read more>>

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