Artist Santosh Rathod in his recently concluded solo at Jehangir art Gallery, Mumbai, tries to strike a balance between the inner and outer realms he inhabits, standing at the precipice of abstraction..observes Sushma Sabnis
Some horsing around, some rare unpolished gems in the chaos of a cultural festival which has become the go-to place for Mumbai’s selfie-obsessed janta, the Kala Ghoda Festival 2017 returns this time with the original Black Horse.. observes Sushma Sabnis.
Would Time pucker and pout for a selfie? asks artist Tanmoy Samanta as he returns with his solo ‘Portraits in Time’ at Tarq Gallery, Mumbai. The show realigns the concepts of traditional portraiture and presents a new and improved profile picture of artistic styles .. observes Sushma Sabnis.
For young artist Dr Minal Rajurkar, the world is more like a dystopian zoo, overflowing with animalistic hybrids wearing expensive cloaks of culture and sophistication. In her works on display at the Hirji gallery, Mumbai, she unmasks these impostors with sharp blades of satire and dark humour.. observes Sushma Sabnis.
Artist Parag Tandel in his solo show ‘Chronicle’ on at Tarq art gallery, presents a beautiful picture of the ugliness behind industrialisation and environmental pollution at the altar of progress, observes Sushma Sabnis.
The recent solo of artist Sheetal Gattani, at Chemould art gallery, Mumbai titled, ’46 Pillars’ is about more ways of seeing than just an interesting architectural intervention within a gallery space, observes Sushma Sabnis
Artist Prabhakar Kamble tries to negotiate his journey through the realms of inner and outer world conflicts, as he transits through landscapes of human insecurities in his solo show ‘Agitation of Restless Mind on at the Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, observes Sushma Sabnis