AGA KHAN MUSEUM
The centerpiece of Dissolving Order is a deconstruction of one of the world's most enduring, remarkably consistent art forms: the carpet. Like many of Ahmed's sculptures, Gautama (2017), a hand-woven carpet itself, distorts familiar features of carpets, warping the past into something otherworldly and new.
Gautama appears to fray, swirl, and ooze right in front of the viewer — a helpful reminder that long-lasting traditions or established systems can shapeshift at any time. Everything seems in flux, and at the same time, we see new horizons and fresh, expressive possibilities materialize right before our eyes.
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PLAYTIME, DREAMY WORLD AND TREASURES
SHARON GLAZBERG | NOWHERE
"Can the dream not also be applied to the solution of life's fundamental questions?"
An Exclusive Interview With RÉMY BOND
It is a pleasure to interview one of the rising stars in today's contemporary art field, a surprising artist, full of vision, with incredibly unique and sophisticated artworks! Rémy Bond, born in 1983 in Paris, France, dreamed of becoming an astronaut.
JULIE MEHRETU MARCH 25-AUGUST 8, 2021
JULIE MEHRETU MARCH 25-AUGUST 8, 2021
AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH HARUHIKO KAWAGUCHI
I want to capture love as it really is and the bathtub is an ideal vehicle to encapsulate the vivid reality in my images.
William Michael Yenkevich
A Deep Passion For Poetic Feeling And Beauty
An exclusive interview with Jacinthe Rivard
RADIANCE DUKE WINDSOR
GOLD is the color of extravagance, wealth, riches, and excess and shares several of the color yellow attributes.
Welcome 2021 GROUP EXHIBITION JANUARY 1 - FEBRUARY 28,2021
Israeli Art Market celebrates the 2021 New Year with a major group exhibition!
JACKIE FUCHS FREEZING FRAMES
On Thanksgiving three years ago, Fuchs received an unexpected invitation to Philadelphia that changed her career forever. She visited the Barnes Foundation with her daughter and a friend's family and fell in love with Modigliani's work. At this point in her life, she was not working with clay anymore; She thought to herself, I wonder if I can paint? And there it all began.
An illustrated page from the Russian Chronicle, showing the Battle of the Ugra River.The “Battle” of the Ugra River
Service, Simplicity & Songwriting part 1
With an Ivy league education, this MTV rap/hip hop star was living the American dream and working on Wall Street when the events of 9/11 unfolded in front of his eyes. Giving up the corporate world, NIMO PATEL decided to pursue his passion for music in LA, but a chronic health issue led him to seek Ayurvedic treatment in India. He stayed back for 6 months to volunteer at the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, and continues to this day working with the slum children of the city when he’s not working for his own non-profit organization, Empty Hands Music. VANESSA PATEL caught up with him in June to learn more about his mantra “Service, Simplicity & Songwriting.”
Questions On Trainers
The main purpose of learning from a trainer is for them to impart yogic Transmission.
Daytrip to Tangier
Let a guide lead the way around the mesmerizing Moroccan city.
THE BARE AND DYNAMIC
LOCATED IN AHMEDABAD, THE HS HOUSE, DESIGNED BY STUDIO SARANSH, IS A COMPACT FAMILY HOME THAT DEPLOYS BARE MINIMUM MATERIALITY AND FORM TO CREATE DYNAMISM
It's difficult being a new airline in India
Surviving as a new airline is difficult – in fact, unimaginable – in India. Witness the number of carriers that that have vanished without a trace. AMEYA JOSHI details the reasons why startup airlines are smothered by the larger entities.
Hurdles Dog Adani's Airport Venture
Adani has control of seven airports – six Airports Authority of India airports through privatisation and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) at Mumbai by acquiring GVK’s stake — and almost a quarter of India’s air traffic. However, to make them profitable, Adani will have to overcome infra and other challenges that each of the airports face, writes AMEYA JOSHI.
Building On Biologics Business Growth
In 1990’s when Hasmukh K Chudgar, founder of Intas Pharmaceuticals handed over the company to his sons Binish, Nimish and Urmish, the company’s turnover was less than $1 million.
‘Artists world over should raise alarm'
EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ARE NOT JUST DRYING THE EARTH BUT ALSO THE SPIRIT OF HUMANKIND. THIS IS THE MESSAGE DANCER, WRITER AND ACTIVIST MALLIKA SARABHAI AND DIRECTOR YADAVAN CHANDRAN AIM TO DELIVER THROUGH THEIR RECENT DANCE VIDEO, ARID. THE DANCE COMPRISES THREE ACTS ON THE INTENSITY OF THE WATER CRISIS. THEY SPEAK ON THE ROLE OF ART IN TACKLING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN AN INTERVIEW WITH DAKSHIANI PALICHA. EXCERPTS:
MagSon® Eyes ₹120 Crore, To Add 30 More Stores Over the Next 2 Years
WITH OVER A DECADE OF EXCELLENCE IN UNDERSTANDING CUSTOMER NEEDS AND DELIVERING EXCELLENT FROZEN AND GOURMET FOODS TO CONSUMERS, MAGSON® HAS EARNED A REPUTATION FOR OFFERING FRESH AND HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS AT BEST PRICES. DUE TO THIS, IT IS FAST BECOMING THE FOOD RETAILER OF CHOICE FOR EXPATRIATES, NRIS, TOURISTS AND GLOBAL FOOD ENTHUSIASTS ALIKE…