Spill the T with AA
GIGI SCARIA explains why he employs houses and Mahatma Gandhi in his artworks
My focus on Gandhiji is because of his ideas and personality. In 2011, I was invited to participate in a curated show in England. They asked for a proposal on the topic of ‘What is the relevance of art in conflict?’. And I, who believes in non-violence, had proposed a concept concerning Gandhi.
VALAY SHENDE, one of the top #50 Indian artists, narrates his research methodology to Aashna Abrol
Valay Shende, a sculptor, and an alumnus of the reputed Sir JJ School of Art impregnates these prevalent concerns of society, world and life. Aashna Abrol enquires about his formative years, work and beliefs in devising ideas as well as the framework to convey the same.
Aashna’s interaction with Sunny Chandiramani-Vice President of Astaguru Auction House
I have always been a staunch believer in carving out one’s own path and having a unique style so the artist resonating with me is Ganesh Pyne. He had a certain set of principles and he stuck to them throughout his life. His originality appealed to me and I am glad to see him gaining recognition by art enthusiasts and collectors alike. Medium is an extension of the artist, as the aura of the artwork comes from the artist's intentions and imagination and the medium is just a tool for the artist to translate that thought onto a surface.
DHANANJAY SINGH EXPLAINS TENDRIL-STRUCTURES TO AASHNA ABROL
Published on 26th June 2020
JYOTI BHATT DISCUSSES HIS LIFE AND WORKS
WITH AASHNA ABROL
Published on 17th June 2020
AASHNA ABROL DISCUSSES SMILING FIGURINES
WITH KS RADHAKRISHNAN
Published on 11th June 2020
Artist of the month
Diagnosed with dyslexia at 11, Pallav and his work were tremendously impacted by this finding. Many of his artworks are tantamount to his personal exploration of his memory and feelings he deeply faced. His works are an unusual observation of society rather than an outright judgment or statement.