JAN-FEB 2023

Performance Art.

With the installation of Artist Shubham Malav, at WALK AMONG SOULS II, group art exhibition organised by kari, curated by Niharika Agarwal, at Aifacs Gallery, New Delhi.

The body is a medium and the performance is a language. Performance for artist Prashant Jha is a very spontaneous energy, he experimented this way in his work, he linked his performance to the other artist's work to convey his ideas to the audience. Through performance he demonstrated social and body politics , how politics affects our thoughts. He tried to connect with the audience through the work of the participating artists in this performance, so that they could reach the essence of the art of the artists, where the body was his medium.
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Retrieving His Master's Voice.

Bade Ghulam Ali Khan(1902-1968) was a Hindustani classical vocalist, from the Patiala gharana. He was at ease with almost all forms of vocal music; khayal, tarana, thumri, dadra, and kafi.

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Vatapi Ganapathim Bhajeham...

Ganesha has been mentioned often as residing in the Moolaadhaara Chakra, the basic energy centre in the human body and Muthuswamy Dikshitar uses this concept in the following composition. Read More

Own original paintings.

N S Manohar: A trained water colour artist, he handles various mediums like oil, water colour, charcoal, ink etc., with ease; his style in many of his themes has a flavour of village life filled with people and animals, particularly goats. He was the principal of College of Arts, Kumbakonam and later Chennai before he retired.

Sale proceeds of this collection of original art works will be used for charity.
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Preethi Athreya, a Chennai-based contemporary dancer, Preethi Athreya is trained in Bharatanatyam and later went on to do a postgraduate degree in Dance Studies (Laban Centre, London, 2001). Keenly conscious of her need to be defined not as the exotic other, she chose to continue her journey in her native Chennai. She worked with Padmini Chettur from where she inherited the evolving legacy of Chandralekha and a strong commitment to constantly redefine the Indian body.