“Crash Dig Dwell”: intersecting art and architecture with Indian artists Asim Waqif and Yamini Nayar – in conversation


“Crash Dig Dwell” features sculpture and photography by Indian artists Asim Waqif and Yamini Nayar at Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai.

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“The Man Who Clapped for 97 Hours”: Pakistani artist Bani Abidi – interview


Art Radar speaks with Pakistani artist Bani Abidi about politics, absurdity, history and what it means to be a Pakistani female artist.

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“Formulating Dialogical Art”: 2015 Ila Dalmia FICA Research Grant recipient Noopur Desai – interview


The recipient of the Ila Dalmia Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art (FICA) Research Grant, Noopur Desai talks about her newest research project archiving recent public art interventions in major cities across India.

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Contemporary art in… Delhi: Art Radar guide


Art Radar’s city guides series continues with tips and suggestions on what to visit for contemporary art and culture in India’s capital, New Delhi.

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Total eclipse: The “Black Sun” across cultures – picture feast


In “Black Sun” artist Shezad Dawood and curator Tom Trevor explore Jung’s ‘dark night of soul’, the solar eclipse as symbol of spiritual transformation.

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Role of the curator in maturing Indian art scene – interview Vidya Shivadas


Guest writer Rajesh Punj interviews Vidya Shivadas, Researcher at the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art and an important figure in the Indian art scene.

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Can you sell big to first-time collectors? Indian Art Summit 2011 round-up


Third Indian Art Summit proves Indian arts ability to attract big crowds, global art buyers and top-end galleries. But did everyone agree on its success?

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Bani Abidi on Indian video art, a medium on the rise – interview Tehelka Magazine


CONTEMPORARY INDIAN VIDEO ART Who are the emerging Indian video artists and the collectors of this up-and-coming genre? How can collectors display the work and should they be concerned with authenticity? Where can video art be seen and bought? Read … Continue reading