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In this issue

This issue, we decided to go with the theme of ‘Tapestry’, where we look at the many different things that come together, in an unhurried manner, to make something that inspires and engages. We look at artist(e)s who stitch together disparate media to tell a story, even if it is of a single experience, thought or impression. And to then see what happens to the nature of dialogue itself when it finds itself in a wide, uncategorised expanse; and to the nature of how we define a community within, and through, the language of the arts.

Amar Kanwar: The Lightning Testimonies And The Sovereign Forest

It starts with a single-channel video, 42 minutes long, that shows the impressive landscapes of Odisha. They are images captured with a poetic sensibility and intimate precision that allow viewers to explore the beauty of these landscapes while simultaneously encouraging reflection: a fisherman casts his net at dusk to the sound of birds and insects; a snaking estuary as it flows out to sea; and the interplay of the different greens of blades of grass and rice.

Amar Kanwar: The Lightning Testimonies And The Sovereign Forest

2 mins

Shadow Lines: Experiments With Light, Line And Liminality

Abstract art, or rather ‘non-representational’ art, has been of interest for visual artists for several decades.

Shadow Lines: Experiments With Light, Line And Liminality

2 mins

Real And Ethereal

‘My works do not stop at the visual level and every viewer becomes a serious thinker. He creates his own story according to his perceptions and questions the society in his own way.’ Krishna Setty

Real And Ethereal

2 mins

Pieta By Cesare Lucchini

Rosenfeld Porcini is located in a quiet by-lane just off the busy Oxford Street in Central London.

Pieta By Cesare Lucchini

2 mins

Fiona Tan: Shadow Archive

In the late 19th century, two young Belgian jurists – Paul Otlet (1868–1944), the father of documentation, and Henri La Fontaine (1854–1943), a Nobel Peace Prize laureate – conceived of a project that sought to gather the world’s knowledge and file it using the Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) system that they had created.

Fiona Tan: Shadow Archive

2 mins

On Shimmering Air

Artist Sumakshi Singh shares her thoughts about the criss-crossing rivers of time and memory and why the poetry inherent in the act of embroidery is perhaps one way of navigating this space of unknowability

On Shimmering Air

7 mins

Weaving Histories

The Kashmiri carpet-weaving tradition, introduced to the region around 400 years ago by India’s Mughal rulers, is filled with multiple narrative threads, each bringing its own flavour to a story that continues to be made

Weaving Histories

5 mins

An Immersive Experience

Self-taught artist and author, Manish Pushkale lives in his South Delhi home with his studio in the basement of the building. The façade faces the Chor Minar (Tower of Thieves), a 13th century minaret built under the rule of Alauddin Khilji. The backyard of the house shares a wall with a temple. A trustee of the Raza Foundation, Pushkale literally and metaphorically lives between history and religion. We talk to him about his love for the arts and philosophy.

An Immersive Experience

5 mins

A Single Shade Of Equal

The Aravani Art Project is more than just transgender women painting murals on walls – it is a deeply woven dialogue of equality and experience, bringing a much-needed, warmer, inclusive perspective to sexuality and belonging

A Single Shade Of Equal

5 mins

The Lost Detail

A village in Odisha, a narrow lane in Srinagar, and the Jal Mahal in Jaipur remind us, in vivid detail, the painstaking slowness of creation and the rich rewards it begets.

The Lost Detail

5 mins

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Arts Illustrated Magazine Description:

PublisherLA 5 Global Publications

CategoryArt

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Arts Illustrated is an Indian based arts and design magazine dedicated to understanding the contemporary arts landscape and creating a more inclusive ecosystem for the arts in the country. It delves deeply into the visual arts and design narrative, offering a global and contemporary perspective to subjects, information and ideas that we believe, need to be heard by a larger audience. Our endeavour is to create an exciting read that reflects our ethos to inspire, evoke and enrich our readers. Our visually laid out chronicle of the creative landscape is published bi-monthly (once in two months) and is available across 12 key cities in India.

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