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A Journey of Ideas Gallerie is a celebration of life. As a tribute to the creative excellence of the world, it features painters, sculptors,crafts-people, writers, poets, photographers, designers, film-makers, and performing artists, humanists. It covers lives and cultures in India and around the world with a socio-political-human interest perspective. While it represents India abroad, it carries international stories for India. Gallerie is a sharing of ideas, inspiring and uplifting. Features have informative, in-depth stories treated in a lucid, reader-friendly style accompanied by high quality pictures. In a generous 10"x13" format of approximately 130 pages, the layout is designed to create an oasis of calm amid the cacophony on magazine stands today. It is processed, printed and published in India with international quality production values. A bi-annual, thirty two issues and eight-awards-old, Gallerie is steadily reaching a large readership in India and worldwide. Museums, galleries and educational institutions are among others who subscribe to the magazine. In India, readership is not only with the discerning decision-maker, but also with a wide spectrum of art and literary enthusiasts. Overseas, a loyal subscription list is growing with institutions and individuals. Readership includes the Harvard University, Victoria University, the Freer & Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution, the Metropolitan Museum, NY, the MOMA, NY, the New York Public Library, the MOMA, San Francisco, the Asia Museum San Francisco, the Asia Society, NY, the Tate Gallery, London, the Hayward Gallery, London. The response has indeed, been encouraging. Today, Gallerie is a collectible, a journal that readers value and associate with excellence.
A quick look at what has been recorded of Homo sapiens originated around 200,000 years ago, as fossils found at Omo Kibish in Ethiopia, verify that we have migrated through many moons and seasons, through wars, destruction, rehabilitation, and reinvention. Such cruel irony then, that a civilisation having evolved from the earliest migrants in Africa, some 60,000 years ago, have “black”-listed their progenitors in our race-ridden world. The migration was believed to have been propelled by climate change.