Is there a proper or improper way to view art? Art has been an integral part of human civilisation for thousands of years. It is a form of self-expression that enables artists to convey their ideas, thoughts, and emotions through various mediums such as painting, sculpture, photography, and more. Just because you are not an art scholar doesn’t mean you can’t view as an expert. It's simply a matter of understanding what to look for.
Assistive Intelligence exhibition taking place at the Visual Arts Gallery, Delhi challenges traditional ideas about artificial intelligence by showcasing the technology as a tool and part of the media mix in a collection of conceptual, figurative, video works and abstractions. The exhibition explores our current existence by presenting an immediate snapshot of our environment and state of mind through the use of recognizable motifs that highlight the uncertainty, anxiety, and absurdity that pervades cities worldwide.
Every year on March 8, people around the world remember and celebrate the contribution and achievements of women throughout history and across cultures. Historically, they have often been excluded from the art world, and their contributions have been overlooked or undervalued. Nonetheless, women have resiliently used art to tell their stories, and challenge the status quo. They have continued to create and innovate, leaving a lasting legacy in the world of art.
We are what we are surrounded by, be it thoughts revolving in our heads, people in our lives, or things that are present in the space that we inhabit. Whoever said, “Art makes a home more human,” was right on point. With works of art, you can feel at ease. They elevate our senses and exude positivity. Even Vastu Shastra lays emphasis on the importance of having the right paintings to aid in the flow of positive energy in the home.
Every Indian’s childhood is marked with certain notions which are relatable in every aspect and one among those is the myths and old folk tales. Artist Basuki Dasgupta takes these folk tales, along with his precious childhood memories, and adds a modern touch to them in his artwork.
India, one of the world's most culturally and aesthetically diverse countries, has its fair share of famous markets hidden away in every nook that provides a living for many. However, this nation is rife with peculiarities, and in all its grandeur, you would find yourself pretty enthralled in its markets. They are places where colours, commerce, and culture converge. Let’s dive in and visit five market spaces of India through paintings by contemporary artists in Mojarto.
Winter and art share a strange affinity, it is in fact very peculiar and ever so fascinating. However transfixing wintry scenes may be, their depiction in paintings was scant. Over time, winter as a subject has grown to be appreciated and loved not only by artists but also by collectors worldwide. Embrace the beauty of this season with five breathtaking winter landscape paintings by Indian artists.
Art is a form of human expression and throughout history, artists have used various techniques and mediums to create sensational artworks. Each piece of art has a story, from its conception to its execution and finally, when you purchase it, you will be continuing the story, the history, and the journey of that artwork. . Serigraphs are one such medium that has been widely used by many artists.They are high-quality limited edition fine art prints. They offer a great opportunity for novice collectors to begin collecting works by renowned artists at affordable prices.
The fine art market continues to boom and the demand for Indian art is rocketing, it has been seen as a fine investment. Works by eminent artists like M. F. Hussain, S. H. Raza put us on the map. Buying Indian art by both esteemed master artists and emerging artists is not only accessible but it has been made easier.