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In this issue

We have one of our finest artists Shilpa Gupta collaborating with
institution builders and cultural workers Sneha Ragavan and Vidya
Shivadas – they have guest edited an issue for us this time. ‘What
keeps You Awake at Night?’ is the prompt around which they have
built the edifice of the issue, gathering strong voices and steering them
effectively. Along with this special issue is our regular magazine, the
one that you are holding. Interestingly, it comprises ‘The Morning
After’, a shadow prompt that responds to the question raised by the
guest editors, complementing and complicating it.

Parts, Wholes And The Spaces In Between

Sonal Sundararajan introduces Samira Rathod's free-spirited and rebellious explorations in the world of architecture, furniture and design.

Parts, Wholes And The Spaces In Between

6 mins

"The Fine Art of Going to the Pictures."

Dr. Banerjee in Dr. Kulkarni's Nursing Home at Chemould Prescott Road brings together 26 paintings featuring a series of dramatic scenes from Hindi and Bengali films. In conversation with Abhay Sardesai, artist Atul Dodiya talks about childhood trips to movie halls, painted figures gripped by tension, and the closeness and remoteness of cinematic images.

"The Fine Art of Going to the Pictures."

10 mins

"To Finally Have Something of Your Own to Mine."

Dayanita Singh is the recipient of the coveted 2022 Hasselblad Award. Keeping the photograph at the centre, she speaks to Shreevatsa Nevatia about books, book objects, photo novels, exhibitions and museums.

"To Finally Have Something of Your Own to Mine."

6 mins

OF DIVINE LOSS

Shaurya Kumar explores the relationship between the subject and object of devotion, finds Aranya.

OF DIVINE LOSS

3 mins

THE PAST AND ITS SHADOWS

Neha Mitra visits two shows and three artists in Mumbai.

THE PAST AND ITS SHADOWS

3 mins

FORCE OF NATURE

Alwar Balasubramaniam dwells on absences and ephemeralities in his new work, states Meera Menezes.

FORCE OF NATURE

3 mins

SHAPES OF WATER

Devika Sundar's works delineate the murky, malleable boundaries between the human body and the organic world, says Joshua Muyiwa.

SHAPES OF WATER

3 mins

INTIMATIONS OF INTIMACY

Sunil Gupta shares his journey with Gautami Reddy.

INTIMATIONS OF INTIMACY

5 mins

THE FRACTURED PROSPECT

Nocturnal landscapes as ruins in the making? Adwait Singh looks at Biraaj Dodiya's scenes of loss.

THE FRACTURED PROSPECT

5 mins

TEETERING BEYOND OUR GRASP

Meera Menezes traces Mahesh Baliga's journey from Moodabidri to London.

TEETERING BEYOND OUR GRASP

5 mins

BETWEEN DEATH & DESIRE

Exploring the urgency of our instincts and the darkness in our hearts, T. Venkanna comes up with works that overwhelm, suggests Jasmine Shah Varma.

BETWEEN DEATH & DESIRE

4 mins

QUOTIDIAN REVOLUTIONS

Arushi Vats shows how Rajyashri Goody is remaking the public sphere by addressing Dalit identity and history.

QUOTIDIAN REVOLUTIONS

6 mins

MEASURES OF SILENCE

Dia Mehhta Bhupal's constructed sets evoke absent presences and textural depth, states Sandhya Bordewekar.

MEASURES OF SILENCE

3 mins

FREIGHT OF ANXIETIES

Arshi Irshad Ahmadzai, Saubiya Chasmawala and Baaraan Ijlal explore longing and loss, despair and disruption. Shweta Upadhyay looks at how women and wounds make their presence felt in their works.

FREIGHT OF ANXIETIES

5 mins

The Grand and Intimate Designs of the Universe

Whether staring up at the stars or examining the cracks in a wall, we are all part of the same cosmic story, says Premjish Achari, as he moves in and out of Jitish Kallat’s inter-connected zones of signification.

The Grand and Intimate Designs of the Universe

4 mins

RETURN TO RHYTHM

The 14th edition of the India Art Fair, with its extended sprawl of galleries, witnessed a consolidation of energies, feels Aranya.

RETURN TO RHYTHM

3 mins

CASTING A SPELL

Nauman Khalid dwells on Ali Kazim's Suspended in Time at the Ashmolean.

CASTING A SPELL

4 mins

The Double

By capturing the life of a stunt man in Kannada films and exploring the adjustments made during film shoots, Amshu Chukki dwells on the leakages between real and cinematic life, finds K Sridhar.

The Double

3 mins

All Eyes on The Prize

Jasmine Shah Varma gives a round-up of this year's Asia Arts Game Changer Awards India.

All Eyes on The Prize

4 mins

KEEPING QUIET AND SPEAKING OUT

The Whitney Biennial 2022 is only partially successful in addressing forms of control and exclusion present in American society and life, observes Rohini Iyengar.

KEEPING QUIET AND SPEAKING OUT

4 mins

HURTING IMAGES

Tanya Abraham discusses how accusations of anti-Semitism have overwhelmed documenta 15.

HURTING IMAGES

5 mins

RE-CONNECTING, RE-CONSTRUCTING, RE-IMAGINING

The India Art Fair returns after a pandemic-induced hiatus. Aranya picks and discusses the significant works on display.

RE-CONNECTING, RE-CONSTRUCTING, RE-IMAGINING

5 mins

Anatomy of a Crisis

As people cope with a raging pandemic, N. S. Harsha maps changing collective behaviour and altering community life with empathy and irony, finds Kamayani Sharma.

Anatomy of a Crisis

3 mins

Star Struck

What is the place of the self in the universe? Desmond Lazaro scours the sky for signs, reveals Pooja Savansukha.

Star Struck

3 mins

The Grand Scheme of Things

Objects, memories and rituals come together to create a spectacle. Meera Menezes plays witness to Subodh Gupta's Cosmic Battle.

The Grand Scheme of Things

3 mins

Unsung Heroes

From Partition refugees to Bandwallahs, Krishen Khanna installs the marginalised figure at the centre of his practice, observes Yashodhara Dalmia.

Unsung Heroes

5 mins

A Rich Mosaic

Anirudh Chari visits a show in Kolkata that tries to chart and celebrate the multi-directional journey of Indian art over the last 75 years.

A Rich Mosaic

3 mins

Six Variations on a Theme

Artists take the line for a walk in different directions. Anirudh Chari falls in step.

Six Variations on a Theme

2 mins

Three Robust Enquiries

KP Reji, T. Venkanna and Smriti Dixit's new works foreground the freedom to resist, desire and reimagine, discovers Jasmine Shah Varma.

Three Robust Enquiries

5 mins

The Ecology of a Crisis

How do artists respond to environmental degradation, damage and disaster? Lajja Shah visits a group show that addresses the catastrophe staring us in the face.

The Ecology of a Crisis

4 mins

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Art India Magazine Description:

PublisherArt India

CategoryArt

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyQuarterly

ART India is India's premier art magazine: over the last 25 years, it has been responsible for the promotion of a critical discourse around diverse art forms, activities and disciplines.

As an important forum for discussing, interrogating and appreciating art practices, ART India has been responsible for giving a platform to artists and critics to engage in a mutually replenishing intellectual dialogue with each other. This has led to the fostering of a vibrant atmosphere of sustained debate around crucial issues linked to the theory and practice of painting, sculpture, installation art, new media art, photography and architecture.

We have taken care to be multi-disciplinary in our approach as well as to dwell on diverse visual cultural issues of importance and urgency.

ART India has been launched successfully in Dubai, New York, London, Lahore, and Karachi, among other international venues.

ART India has a huge international following and has been chosen by Beaux Arts magazine, Paris, as one of the leading art magazines in the world.

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