Abirpothi

India’s only daily art newspaper

Month: March 2021

‘At the end of our lives we will all be stories — better make it a good one’

The experienced real estate businessman in Sameer Sinha gauges how the rapidly surging housing market could provide an incredible opportunity to innumerable young artists across India, who he also feels carry explosive potential to take on the global market. In Samvaad, Sinha further holds forth on art’s transition into the digital realm, and reveals his own distinctive way of engaging with art

3 feminist artist voices, and a watercolour whiz

Richa Aarya: A remarkable voice for women bound in regression Rustic roots in the small Haryana village of Samalkha provide identity and purpose to the creations of powerhouse young artist Richa Aarya, who gives a voice to the struggles of women in regressive environments. Her art gathers heft from lived experiences, and its impact is …

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The good, the bad and the confusing in the art market in the Covid world

The Art Market 2021 Report is out. This Art Basel and UBS survey has been prepared by Dr. Clare McAndrew, Founder of Arts Economics. The Pothi team brings you excerpts and overviews of this incisive report. This is the conclusion of the report. You can read the art market stories part 1 here, part 2 …

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