This year’s edition of Habitat Photosphere fuses environmental sustainability with culture. Ahmed is one of the four awardees of the Photosphere Fellowship — who were selected through an open call from among hundreds of entries — along with Juhi Saklani from Delhi, Thulasi Kakkat from Kochi and Zishaan A Latif from Mumbai.
In this exhibition, Santosh Kumar Das portrays Krishna as a flute player, a musician, a dancer and a god holding a mountain on his finger tip in his Krishna series, many of which form the crux of over 40 works on display.
Tushar Joag, who considered art as a tool for social concerns, passed away at his residence in Noida after a heart attack. He was 52. He is survived by his wife, artist Sharmila Samant, and two children.
Many similar hidden treasures from the Northeast form the crux of Vinay Sheel Oberoi’s exhibition ‘The Monpas and their Mountains’ that will be a part of Delhi’s annual festival “The IIC experience: A Festival of the Arts” beginning on October 27. This year’s theme is “Experiencing the North East”.
An initiative called Mystery Rooms promises to transport people into other worlds packed with mystery and adventure. It has 17 branches across the country, including in Mumbai, Goa, Chandigarh, Kolkata and Chennai.