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Vadehra Art Gallery

Atul Dodiya: Shades of Memoirist

Rosalyn D’Mello

Atul Dodiya paints the possibilities of his own future

Rameshwar Broota: The Suspension of Matter

Rameshwar Broota and the exploration of corporeal vulnerability

KM Madhusudhanan: Shadow Play

KM Madhusudhanan uses the power of contrast to paint a contemporary picture

Mumbai Mirror

Sooni Taraporevala separates the individual from the crowd in her portraits of the city

Sudhir Patwardhan: An Artist Every Day

Sudhir Patwardhan’s works draw their immediacy from the memories of the city

Lost in the City

Jagannath Panda traces the plunder of our landscape

Unity of the Excess and the Exquisite

There is a special pleasure in viewing the dissonant sensibilities of Rakhi Peswani and Zakkir Hussain, making statements in individual voices but ultimately connecting dots across artistic styles, historical eras and geographical regions near and far

The Eternal Enchantress

India’s legendary maverick returns in style with a new show. Anjolie Ela Menon in conversation

The Point of Being Raza

It is easy to be taken in by the decorative elegance of Raza’s work. But once you begin to look beyond the formal beauty of his work, you encounter a stubbornly abstract language, refusing to yield its mysteries

“I Juxtapose”

Anju Dodiya on ‘Imagined Immortals’, her show in Delhi that uses contrast to stunning effect

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