A Tale of Two Cities: Crossing Borders, Boundaries and Temporalities

Gallery Espace, in collaboration with Serendipity Arts Trust and Theertha Artists Collective brings to IGNCA, New Delhi, A Tale of Two Cities, an exhibition which showcased at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa, 2016. As part of the closing week of the exhibition, Dept. of Sociology, South Asian University (SAU), has collaborated with the project to present…






Vaishali Rajapurkar at Malaka Spice on this March 1st to 31st

Artist Vaishali Rajapurkar is a BA Psychology (Hons) and holds a Diploma in Fashion Designing and Fine Art. She has exhibited in group and solo shows in London, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Goa and Pune. She has participated in demonstrations and won several awards for her work. For her painting has been an integral part of…






A Tale of Two Cities – A cross-cultural exchange between contemporary artists in India & Sri Lanka

An art project conceptualised by Renu Modi; Presented by Gallery Espace and Serendipity Arts Trust; Supported by Theertha Artists Collective. Anoli Perera, Bandu Manamperi, Chintan Upadhyay, Jagath Weerasinghe, Manisha Parekh, Manjunath Kamath, Pala Pothupitiye, Paula Sengupta, Pradeep Chandrasiri, Ram Rahman, Riyas Komu A Tale of Two Cities is a year long cross-cultural exchange which brings…






JaipurPhoto – celebrating travel through photography, curated by renowned photography critic Federica Chiocchetti with Lola Mac Dougall returns to the Pink City

JaipurPhoto ​(previously Travel Photo Jaipur) comes to Jaipur from ​24 February – 5 March, 2017 with a total of nineteen site specific exhibitions to be staged across four heritage buildings in Jaipur over the course of ten days. Large-format prints adapted to the exceptional architecture of the venues will be displayed in the Hawa Mahal,…






Pune Biennale 2017 draws to a close on a high note

Highlights of Pune Biennale’17 1 flagship exhibition – ‘Habit-Co-Habit’ curated by Zasha Colah and Luca Cerizza 6 participatory projects 10+ life-size sculptures made from metal junk 30+ site specific installations 10+ art appreciation talks/video presentations Number of visitors: over 100 thousand people visited Number of artist participated: 300+ 18 Countries and 40 Cities were part…






2Faced Dance Company from UK performs RUN coordinated by Attakkalari

The award-winning, international 2Faced Dance Company, headed by artistic director and choreographer Tamsin Fitzgerald and known for its physically adventurous dance work, returns to India to deliver the second phase of Outlands – an exciting programme of dance performances, educational and development opportunities – from 20 January to 13 February 2017. National Dance Award nominated…






South Asia’s largest and most important international festival of contemporary movement arts will be held from 03 to 12 February, 2017 in Bengaluru

The Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts is set to roll out the eighth edition of the Attakkalari India Biennial (AIB) from 03 to 12 February, 2017 in Bengaluru. Considered South Asia’s largest international contemporary dance and movement arts festival, the AIB 2017 will be held at five venues across the city —Ranga Shankara, Chowdiah Memorial…






Gallery Blueprint 12 presents artworks from South Asia at India Art Fair 2017

Bangladesh – India – Nepal – Sri Lanka At the ninth edition of India Art Fair, gallery Blueprint 12 will showcase works of 4 artists, one each from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Works of artists Subrat Kumar Behera, Mahbubur Rahman, Pala Pothupitye and Youdhishtir Maharjan, from the South Asian Region will be exhibited,…






Country Matters

09 Dec 2016 – 10 Jan 2017 Beyond Malabar, 1/258, Napier Street, Fort Cochin in association with Gallery OED Cochin. India grapples with a historical legacy of graphic depiction and description co-existing with a conservative social order, a poverty of individual choice, and the disapproval of alternative sexual practices. Country Matters explores sexuality within the…






Know the artist of Kochi-Muziris Biennale’16 – Abhishek Hazra

Abhishek Hazra is an artist based in Bangalore, India. His close yet idiosyncratic study of the historiography of science has led him to examine various technologies of knowledge production and dispersion. He uses video, performance and prints that often integrate textual fragments drawn from real and fictional scenarios. The idea of the thought experiment –…






Serendipity Arts Festival Goa, 2016

A catalyst for conversation across the arts, The Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa this year, will be an inclusive and collaborative space for the promotion of arts and culture from the subcontinent and beyond. December 16 – 23, 2016 at Panjim, Goa, India




Jaipur Art Summit, 2016

The pink city is now ready for more colours! The Lexicon Art Gallery is going all the way to Jaipur to participate in the much awaited Jaipur Art Summit. Artists from all across the country will display their bests here. Come, visit and witness the dance of colours in the arena of canvas. Experience each…






A tribute to Dr. M Balamuralikrishna – The legendary musician

Legendary Carnatic singer Dr. M Balamuralikrishna passed away in Chennai on Tuesday. He was 86. Mangalampalli Balamurali Krishna (6 July 1930 – 22 November 2016) was an Indian Carnatic vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, playback singer, composer and actor. He was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, India’s second-highest civilian honour, for his contribution towards Indian Art. He was made…






Save the date: 3rd edition of Pune Biennale from 5th – 29th January, 2017

Re-imagining city’s Public Spaces creatively to bring ART closer to People (within and beyond the region), here comes the third edition of Pune Biennale, a predominant art movement and India’s second biennale. Steered by Pune Biennale Foundation, the event that is gearing up to open for public on January 5, 2017 will run for close…