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Delhi-based artist Ghazali Moinuddin has shared one of his paintings with www.lifeandmore.in that depicts the advent of Coronavirus in India and how the country is fighting it. “The virus is represented as a red wave entering the lush green fields of the Indian landscape. The virus has entered the country but has not covered the […]Read More

Art is in everything, everywhere

Saurabh Tankha Professionally, she is a business administrator and publicist. But her taste for colours and shapes led her to study graphic design which helped her improve and expand her taste for painting and plastic arts. Venezuelan artist Mili Montiel says she fell in love with colours upon her arrival in India with her husband, […]Read More

Between the layers of time

Saurabh Tankha Half-an-hour with him and the famous Hindi movie song from Manoj Kumar-starrer Shor, jeevan chalne ka naam, chalte raho subah aur shaam comes to your mind. Rajkavi Inderjit Singh Tulsi may have penned the lyrics for a man wanting to collect money to get his ailing son treated by cycling day-and-night on the […]Read More

No more browns on your furniture now

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha As an artist, she often wondered why furniture, which takes up so much room in any living space, must be in boring shades of brown? She felt tempted that there is such a large blank canvas available to us yet all we want is various shades of browns. Convinced that there were […]Read More

Art allows me to rediscover myself

Rajkumari Sharma Tankha For artist Neeti Aggarwal, painting, besides being a passion since childhood, is akin to meditation. The Hardwar-born artist, who recently did a show of her works in the Convention Foyer of India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, says art allows her to rediscover herself “and creating art gives me immense personal gratification. I […]Read More

A Place To Which We Belong focusses on forms of

Not only does land offers itself as a visual metaphor of lived experiences but as a tactile archive for artist Shalina S Vichitra. Her paintings function as visceral geographical annotations and recordings that employ the tools of cartography to address the complex subject of ‘belonging’. The fragile balance between natural world and human habitation surfaces […]Read More