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It is with heavy hearts that we begin our September 2018 issue, as this month we have lost one of our legendary Indian masters, Krishna Reddy; the man who led the post-colonial Indian Art Scene to great heights. On our over this month, we have London based correspondent Rajesh Punj interviewing one of the rising stars in the global scene, Matthew Ronay, whose career has been heading skyward since his first major exhibit in 2016. Vikas Harish in association with the Naithani Foundation in his essay ‘Oral Histories to Material Culture; The Making of Autochthonous Art, Origin of Shame and Sorrow’ takes us through the vibrant visual storytelling within our Indigenous art forms, and how tales from the epics and scriptures were brought into the domain of day to day life through art. For our Photo Story section this month, Contemporary photographer Sanjay Das captures the gorgeous Terracotta Monuments of Bengal through his photographic lens. Mohit Kant Mishra interviews artist Renuka Rajiv about her recent solo show KHOJ, delving into the question of identity and personal psychological space. In addition we have reviews by Upasana Bhattacharya on artist Jatin Das’s exhibition Pankha at the IGNCA; Mansi Dhiman Mandhwani on Myna Mukherjee’s curatorial ME WE reflecting the Queer communities growing voice in the contemporary political and art scenes, and Indira Lakshmi Prasad on PIDGIN: A Visual Interplay, the collaborative exhibition orchestrated by a group of emerging artists. As a feature Arr Bee (Rahul Battacharya) contributes a much needed insight into the development and nature of curation as we know it in India.

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