Zeroing into the Self

Even Political Events Turn into emotional Outpourings in Mona Rai’s Abstract Works The circular form and its variants – the numeral zero, or shoonya, the bindi, etc.

The Sculpted Line

Léon-Georges Dorignac, the French painter, left a rich legacy of undeniably nuanced works. Rodin, his contemporary, upon seeing his artwork is said to have declared, “Dorignac sculpts his drawings.”

Magical Thinking​

Rithika Merchant’s work is an Imaginarium that explores the commonality of beliefs across geographies, a personal reflection on the deep connection between the human mind and the natural world.

Moholy-Nagy: Future Present

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presented Moholy-Nagy: Future Present, the first comprehensive retrospective of the pioneering artist and educator László Moholy-Nagy (1895–1946) in the United States in nearly 50 years.

The Black Dimension by Subhakar Tadi

In the age-old traditions of print, black is what the colours of the world simmer down to. For printmakers, the etched outlines, the subtlety of the medium, lends itself to a deeper exploration of textures and experimentations.

Rashid Johnson, Anxious Men

Re-telling the dark wounds of fear In 2015 The Drawing Center presented Rashid Johnson’s Anxious Men, a site-specific installation created by the artist with curator Claire Gilman for the Drawing Room gallery.