Baby by GoodMostlyBad
The Introspective Gaze of Ivan Alifan
‘Make a Painting, It’ll Last Longer’ by Caroline Heer.
Artist in focus – Kartik Khandekar.
Wole Lagunju’s Masks: In the heart of Yoruba.
The Curious Works of Harnoor Suri.
Cobbing’s Curious Clay: a Golem of Absurd Reality
Banksy’s Rats: Safety Policing in the Subway
In speaking with myself; in becoming.
Elements of Retroism, Minimalism, and Surrealism brought to life digitally by Supratik Saha.
Fantastic, you have reached the end. :)
The Miscellany of an Isolated Spring – Bidisha Mahapatra.
Virtual Gods by ARC.HV
Quarantimes by Mahima Jain.
Beautiful by Sarthak Talreja
In Isolating Waters by Jagrati Marwaha
Faceless Crowds by Akshita Sinha.
‘I leave creation of art, to my subconscious and let my intuition flow.’ – Arbind Sinha.
“The way reality flows around me has always attracted me, and turned me to a photographer” – Roberto Di Trani.
The Fantastical Forms of Manav Dhiman
Mario Pulafi: The Borneon Lad
“If you’re fake with your art you have an internal struggle” – Joseph Klibansky.
“I don’t keep a journal, my art is my journal so it’s very representative of me and my life” – Mattia Biagi
“Validation is nice, but do not live for it.“ – Joanna Canara
The Saints Wear White by Duyi Han.
“I just draw with my eyes.” – Ray H. Mercado
“The summer night breeze, jumping in rivers, being alone, feeling alive, wishing everyone else could see some things I have seen. Wishing I could see them again.”
“To be an artist is amazing and beautiful. To live as an artist is a fight sometimes.” – Cristina Jimenez Rey
In conversation with Bharat Choudhary.
“For me photography is more than just a memory, it is about giving a voice to my daydreaming.” – Aaron Deppe
Salvi Danés and the art of photographic observation.
“The characters come to me, the way novelists do. They show up and tell me who they are.” – Alexandra Dillon
‘When Abba Was Ill’ a photo-book by Adil Hasan.
Noga Shtainer’s portraitures: a humbling window to introspection.
“Too risky, too dreamy” – Tito/Mulk
The Silence of ‘Others’ – Bharat Choudhary.
“My interest is in the evolution of art, design, and aesthetics – such as the mutation and fluctuation of art movements.” – Duyi Han
The Canvas of Revolution: Siddesh Gautam
Sohrab Hura’s latest work erases the line between the still and moving image
Every epic must eventually reinvent itself to better suit the times.
If art is not magic to you and artists are not magicians; you aren’t allowing yourself to enjoy the enchantment, that life has to offer.
Merging East and West by Rohan.
Exploring the beauty of our ethnicity: Namrata Kumar
A showcase of color led dystopia by Sourav Das.
The First of the Bombay ‘Realists’ : Pestonji, Siodia and Dhurandhar.
Vik Feyago, the one-man rap act behind Feyago, is a Kolkata based, music-mingling machine.
Brandon Tay’s Facade: Digitalised Reflections and the Urban Anthropomorphic
Can the Migrant Speak? Neeti Modgil’s The Car Wallahs
Priya’s Mirror and Priya’s Shakti: Mythology and Fantasy for a Social Cause.
Kavita Dixit’s Mohalla: Remembering Architectural Spaces in Urban Loneliness
Portraying the Untranslatable and a Different Post Colonialism.
The Art in Incisive Introspection: A Short Conversation with Angèle Basile
Kavya Trehan, Underscore: Ambiguity and Resplendent Creativity
Collages and Displacing Art History: An Interview with Nirvana Kamala
Connecting Continents, Portraying Pursuits: An Interview with Saunak Shah.
Isolation and the Artistic Process- Janaki Subramaniam.
A rewriting of Star Wars, in the tone of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy?
“Its organic. Impulsive. Honest yet ordinary. I work a lot with feelings…and flashes inspire me.” – Sahaya Sharma
“ One land to another, a mighty fall to see one or none. “ – Rushil Bhatnagar.
“The field of art is not just cavernous, but also filled with a spectrum of various artistic impressions.” – Razek
Purity of Spaces by Rahul Singh Manral.
Dark Side of the Rain by Yashasvy Kanvas.
“We as millennials need to stop circulating around ideas modelled by others and plastered all over our digital screens.” – Razek
“Art to me is a practice of self discovery, a way to process what I know and communicate what I feel.” – Natasha Sumant.
“Being an artist has always been and will always be complicated when it comes to making money from art itself.” – Adriana Boto.
Photo Project by Anuj Arora.
“We have to liberate everyone, and I flat out refuse to stop till I’m done.”- Veer Misra.
“They had a spark in their eyes throughout and the one thing that kept me going was their enthusiasm.” – Priyanka Shah
“The process of creating something depends on what feeling you want to achieve in the end.”- Teddy.
“I’m constantly looking for new ways of making video art, thanks to the stuff I see online.” – Keya Singh.
“My work is a farrago of my quotidian musings about strange conversations, music and copious amounts of love for gooey-ness.”- Tanya Singh
“I have dealt with too many people who expect free work because they represent big, well-known companies.”- Damini Gupta
Stages of Love as illustrated by Saksham Verma
‘As artists we have adapted to the capitalist system, which is sad to say but true.’ – Monica Loya
‘I want to be known as an important part of Pop Culture’ – Jaime Sanchez
‘The words came out of my mouth like pieces of shattered glass, uneven and useless.’ – Arshiya
Magical Mystery Tour : The Beatles in India