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Faith in Colour: Tina Chandroji’s exhibition recognises the god in small things

Tina Chandroji’s canvases are an altar to deities and details, offering an exhibition that recognises the god in small things.

On the move

Gerstein’s work arrived in India before he did, showcased at the India Art Fair in 2013 and 2014.

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Colours of a Beautiful Mind

Theatre person Pallav Chander shows the world the workings of a dyslexic mind through his canvases.

Matters of Taste

An exhibition “Calorie Cravings: The Non-Veg Art Show” takes a hard look at the fast food fixation in India.

A New View from the Top

Photographer Rajesh Bedi takes unusual images of Rajasthan with the help of kites,microlites and hot-air balloons

Loss of Innocence

In a Federico Garcia Lorca poem City That Does Not Sleep,he writes “Life is not a dream. Careful!Careful!Careful!”.

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Blood Red

From Manoj Kachangal’s perspective,the colour red stands for violence and destruction,but it is also the colour that gives beauty to delicate flowers such as palash and semul.

Set Game

A massive chess board is splashed over the canvas in Everybody Wants to Rule the World: Game On.

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