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Russian LGBTQ artist goes on hunger strike; artist targeted by racism turns to video games

A SUMMARY OF THE MOST EXCITING ART NEWS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE While we focus on Indian art, we can’t obviously function in a vacuum. It’s a small world and everything is connected, especially on the web. So, let’s train our spotlight across the world map to see what’s going on — from art trends …

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Art Of The Day: Voice Of A Woman

‘No Need To Think For Me’: The title of this art work is both starkly clear and literally emblazoned across the canvas, manifested by using watercolor and fabric on paper. Artist Sonali Laha, who produces some fine self portraiture, depicts a strong female voice via this piece, which showcases a somber young woman’s face blending …

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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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From the innocence of childhood to futuristic surveillance art

Jigna Gaudana: Innocence of childhood finds depiction Jigna Gaudana is frank that her childhood memories reflect in her pieces, speaking about emotions like loss, contemplation, anxiety, desire, and more, usually depicted in the lap (sometimes literally) of nature. However, on a deeper note, she adds that the images are also a symbolic reflection of her …

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