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An ‘epiphany’ is often that decisive moment when a sudden realisation shifts our perspectives and subverts that delicate balance of the universe. As the entire world seems to be stuck in a vortex of powerful realisation, from where our seventh anniversary issue takes birth, ‘Epiphany’ seemed like the perfect theme.

In this issue, we look at what it means to not just have an epiphany but also how it converts into a viable, creative form of expression. We feature artists who give their epiphanies a dynamism that remains true to the fundamental order of things while threading into it the filaments of new thought, giving us the sense of that wonder, that space where the freedom of the new can exist without, and within, the boundaries of the old.

In Search of a Witness

In conversation with legendary artist Arpana Caur on all things epiphanic, on all things pandemic, and on all things artistic

6 mins

Where the Shadows Speak

The founder of Sarmaya Arts Foundation takes us through the bylanes of his journey with Sindhe Chidambara Rao, the custodian of the ancient art form of shadow puppetry – Tholu Bommalata

4 mins

Faces in the Water

As physical ‘masks’ become part of our life, we take a look at artists working with different aspects of ‘faces’ and the things that lurk beneath the surface.

8 mins

A Sky Full Of Thoughts

Artist James Turrell’s ‘Twilight Epiphany Skyspace’ brings together the many nuances of architecture, time, space, light and music in a profound experience that blurs boundaries and lets one roam free within their own minds

4 mins

Cracked Wide Open

Building one of the world’s largest domes was no mean task for anyone, let alone an amateur goldsmith, so how did Filippo Brunelleschi accomplish building not one, but two of them?

Cracked Wide Open

2 mins

We Are Looking into It

Swiss-based artists Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger talk to us about the evolving meaning and purpose of photography and the many perspectives it lends to history

6 mins

A Meeting at the Threshold

The immortal actor exemplified all that is admirable about his profession, from his creative choices to his work philosophy, and his passing was a low blow. This is our tribute to the prince among stars – Irrfan

5 mins

Bodies in Motion

What happens to the memory of a revelatory experience when it is re-watched through the frames of a screen? It somehow makes the edges sharper and the focal point clearer, as we discover through Chandralekha’s iconic Sharira

Bodies in Motion

4 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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