The show titled ‘The Road Less Travelled’, curated by artist and printmaker Sunil Lal T R, features 126 printmakers from the country and abroad.
The project, aptly titled "Wake up calls for my Ancestors" calls for rethinking the status of colonial archives as incontestable references.
Writer-curator Tanya Abraham’s ‘Who put out the fire,’ an experimental public art project featuring the kitchens of women in Mattancherry, was held recently in Kochi.
Architect couple Shahna Shahul Hameed and Thomas Abraham, who organised their first exhibition at David Hall, Fort Kochi, from September 23 to October 2, this year, talks about life, work, and art.
The exhibition puts on display on a massive scale the lesser-known aspects of Ray’s work, including first-edition lobby cards, pressbooks, posters, and book covers.
Gafoor, 32, identifies himself as a storyteller and it is his never yielding quench for sharing stories that made him explore and focus his passion on NFT.
An exhibition of Nadeer's artworks in Kochi has already won the attention of the city's art connoisseurs.
NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati from Kathmandu raised the intriguing argument in a research paper titled 'Archive Building and Alternative Histories'.
The exhibition was opened at the Kerala Lalithakala Akademi's Durbar Hall Art Centre on Saturday.
'Myths and Memes', curated by Vimal Chandran, features the works of 14 eminent NFT artists.