Tag: art

Fine nuances of ballet sculpted for eternity in human figurines

The opening of Caesura/Continuum – a two week-long exhibition of sculptures by New York based artist Raj Shahani, was recently hosted in Mumbai’s Jehangir Art Gallery. The opening was an apt homecoming for the Mumbai-born artist, who swapped a successful career in business, to follow his calling as an artist. The exhibition brought together a selection of 25 bronze sculptures… Read more →

Vivid Sydney: A ‘global’ fest for lights, art and music

Lights, art, music, and ideas, Vivid Sydney is back again with its 11th edition! Light installations are beginning to be installed throughout the Harbour City in preparation for the upcoming launch of Vivid Sydney, the largest festival of light, music and ideas in the Southern Hemisphere. With just two weeks until Lights On – Friday 24 May – artists and event staff are… Read more →

Who Is Rei Kawakubo And Why Fashion Lovers Can’t Stop Talking About Her After MET Gala 2017?

There’s a peculiar sense of semblance between American Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and Japanese designer and creative director of Comme des Garçons Rei Kawakubo — and, we aren’t talking about their bob hairdo with fringes but their huge influence in the world of fashion. No wonder, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual theme for its Costume Institute exhibition and Met Gala in… Read more →

Perfect Way to End 2016, Check Out These Carnivals and Concerts in December

Everyone deserves a winter break and December is the official holiday season across the world. While most students get a short break to chill, office goers too make the most of this month by using their leaves before year end. Anyhow, since this month is dedicated to parties and carnivals, we wanted to give you a quick update on what… Read more →

When art and fashion shared space in a mutual appreciation club

A few months back we told you about the journey of designer Vidhi Singhania , who caught our attention for her amazing work in Indian fashion. The designer, who spoke to us extensively about the revival the Kota and Benarsi weave during our first interaction, recently hosted another interesting exhibit with erstwhile Princess Nandini Singh of Jhabua (Madhya Pradesh) to pay homage… Read more →