Himmat Shah: In Soulful Solitude

Rosalyn D’Mello

Himmat Shah and the joy of being detached

Baptist Coelho: Strokes of Conflict

Indian artist Baptist Coelho’s art is not a simple critique of war, but a compassionate understanding of the mechanics behind it

Bhupen Khakhar: The Autodidact

The sacred blends with the erotic, and popular culture with medieval miniatures in the art of Bhupen Khakhar

Master of the Moment

Satish Gujral’s work casts a spell on viewers with its transformative power. While he infuses humanity and warmth into the images of his subjects, his self-portraits are more brutal, depicting a range of emotions by deft modulation of tones and textures

Jitish Kallat: The Shadow of the Wind

Jitish Kallat as an internationalist continues to plough the ocean of possibilities in his quest for perfection

“Photography Has Become a Word in a Sentence”

Transcendental photojournalist turned artist Cristina de Middel shows her dramatic work in India for the first time, at the inaugural Goa Photo

Don’t Call Him a ‘Master’ Artist

Akbar Padamsee, whose paintings are suddenly finding huge valuations in the art market, talks about why numbers matter, the process of art and an obscenity case with amusing moments

Not Just Pretty Pictures

Activist Teesta Setalvad knows she has no hope of getting corporate funds for her cause. Thankfully, India’s community of artists has been supportive

The Silent Artist of Nizamuddin

Meet Om Pal, for whom the street outside Mirza Ghalib’s tomb is a canvas

A Date with Picasso

If you’re at the India Art Summit, this is your chance to catch some of the artist’s rare works


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