Isolation and Resistance: Art in the Age of Quarantine

    The era of fear and panic is nigh, and art may be our only salvation. The recent announcement of Covid-19 as a global pandemic has taken the world by storm. As the panic spreads, citizens all over the globe have locked their doors and shut themselves in, bracing for a long, uncertain period […]

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Brazilian Street Art – A Photoessay by Ankita Kumar of Monkey Inc.

Art is a mirror to society, reflective of the culture of the times in which we live. A form of expression that makes no distinction between age, religion, gender, caste or ethnicity, history has played witness to a multitude of artists from across the board, taking to the streets and turning their cities and towns […]

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The Art of Citizenry: The Art from Politics

Courtesy: Deepak Ramarao

In a world where rules confine, art liberates. The sole creative expression breeding among an artist is what sets him apart. At the same time, there’s a connection that binds everyone with their feet firmly on the planet’s ground. The art of politics is a country of a few, but art from politics spells a world […]

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The Naked Truth: A Study in Conflict

Society in India is a chaotic study in limitation, and in ideas of freedom and self-expression. A nation that applauds both the conservative and the outspoken, where the opposing values of preservation of culture and heritage, and those of exploration and diversity, are constantly at battle. The duality of the modern Indian mind is one […]

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OK TATA FIR MILENGE: MEET THE MAN REVIVING THE DYING TRUCK ART CULTURE OF INDIA

OK TATA FIR MILENGE: MEET THE MAN REVIVING THE DYING TRUCK ART CULTURE OF INDIA SPOTLIGHT | FARID BAWA Himani Gupta Trucks plying on the long Indian road network are moving art galleries that reflect the personality of the drivers and owners. These trucks are converted into spectacular canvases and are adorned with vibrant paintings, kaleidoscopic symbols, ornamental […]

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