Devi art foundation

Double Ikat panels by Govardhan, 1981, both at the National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum in New Delhi Photo: Devi Art Foundation.

Martand Singh revisited

6 min read . 17 Feb 2018
<br />Building blocks: (from left) Shuddhabrata Sengupta, Jeebesh Bagchi and Monica Narula finalizing entries. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint<br />

Ways of seeing

3 min read . 17 Aug 2012
<br />Fantasy is escape:Anoli Perera’s Dinner for Six freezes a childhood memory; and (down) Minam Apang’s Everyone Denied the Possibility makes an antique typewriter an art object. Photographs courtesy Dev<br />

Welcome home

5 min read . 05 Sep 2011
<br />Earthy: Poddar with Tekam’s Red Cow at the Poddar residence. Priyanka Parashar/Mint<br />

The vernacular advantage

5 min read . 19 Nov 2010
<br />Untitled by Anish Kapoor 2009. Stainless steel and lacquer. Lisson Gallery, London<br />

Firsts at the India Art Summit 2009

1 min read . 20 Aug 2009
Video art catches the eye

Video art catches the eye

1 min read . 14 Jan 2009
<br />Face forward: (top) Atul Dodiya’s B for Bapu; and T.V. Santhosh’s Where One Hand Claps/Signs That Betray Its Meaning.<br />

In fits and starts

4 min read . 19 Dec 2008
<br />Man With Cockerel II, 2004, by Ranbir Kaleka (This is one of Kaleka’s most famous video installations of a man catching and losing a cockerel. The artist says the piece revolves around “the one bit of<br />

New art in Gurgaon

2 min read . 13 Sep 2008
<br />Sculptor’s eye: Pramanick’s works are part of the Devi Art Foundation. Photograph: Looking Around<br />

Medicine man

4 min read . 08 Aug 2008