Thursday, November 28, 2013
Abhishek Chaudhary is an experimental, mixed media and collage artist based in New Delhi and he is but a nasty modem router teething on glorified images from the past to shake the present. His work explores the digital world, Internet aesthetics, gender, popular culture and re-contextualizing classical works of art/popular cultural references. His voice is witty, observant and is not scared to be provocative. There is always constant questioning, negotiation and understanding of our world right now.
Abhishek's work was recently featured alongwith other experimental artists at Galleries Lafayette, Paris and is also a part of the Wrong Digital Art Biennale 2013. More of his work, interests and interactions happen on his Tumblr, www.rangeenmakhee.tumblr.com.
Monday, September 30, 2013
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Monday, May 27, 2013
Kapoor in Berlin is the first comprehensive exhibition of Anish Kapoor in Berlin. The Indian-born British sculptor Anish Kapoor is known for his spectacular sculptures and installations, such as the Cloud Gate in Millennium Park, Chicago. For his exhibition at Martin-Gropius-Bau he uses the whole ground floor of the building, including the atrium. In this video, Anish Kapoor talks about the concept of the show and specific works, such as the huge kinetic installation in the atrium of the Martin-Gropius-Bau. Video by Frantisek Zachoval.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Sarnath Banerjee from India paints a very different picture of Berlin for his readers back home. He produces comic strips on life in the German capital for publication in an Indian daily. To him, Berlin is a fascinating metropolis full of contradictions. His intriguing graphic novels tell the story.
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Founded and designed by Ajay Shah, Industrial Playground aims to dismantle pre-set market concepts and create new inventive products. rather than seeking a novelty value, the products produced by Industrial Playground attempt to seek a visual language that combines materials and processes to arrive at forms that support the idea of normal-ness.
More on: http://industrialplayground.net
Posted by | पोस्ट द्वारा Abhinit Khanna at 23:55