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Art, Exhibition, NGV, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Triennial, Guo Pei, Shilpa Gupta, Yayoi Kusama, Iris van Herpen, Ron Muecke, Richard Mosse, teamLab, Candice Breitz, Alexandra Kehayoglou, Alec Baldwin, Will Smith, Toshiyuki Inoko, Australia, India, Julianne Moore

From Yayoi Kusama and Guo Pei to Iris van Herpen and Shilpa Gupta, the exhibition offers a gamut of big-ticket names, but here’s a look at a few other artists whose works are sure to spark serious conversations even after you exit the gallery
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Art, Art Show, Exhibition, Featured, India, Indian Textiles, Slavery, Slaves of Fashion, The Singh Twins

The acclaimed artist duo's 'Slaves Of Fashion' explores the story of Indian textiles through the lens of history
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Art, Artist, Featured, hobby, Karen Pereira, lead art, lead artist, lead carving, Lead model, Miniature Art, miniature artist, Miniatures, Online Exclusive, pencil art, pencil carving, popular culture, Salavat Fidai, Tom Lynall
April 05, 2018

The artist carves miniature lead models of popular characters from Game of Thrones, Marvel and DC among others using nothing but her skill and a few simple tools
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Asia Contemporary Art Show ,Hyun Kuk Cho, Voice of Spring, Canada, Room 4107.

This month, a few of the best names in art and cinema from around the world, including leading Indian talents, showcase their work in Hong Kong
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Stuart Freedman, British photographer
March 13, 2018

'The Palaces of Memory — Tales from the Indian Coffee House' captures moments, memories and smiles seen at the ubiquitous local cafés around the country
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Jitish Kallat, Aquasaurus, 2008, Tasneem Zakaria Mehta, Asymmetrical Objects

Tasneem Zakaria Mehta, curator of the ongoing exhibition, writes about how it visually addresses issues that plague modern society
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Unnikrishnan C, Portraits of Everyday Life
March 12, 2018

The Kerala-born artist will have on display a series of mixed-media artworks including paintings, installations and video works
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Chef Vikas Khanna

The exhibition space will house kitchenware including utensils dating back to as long ago as the Harappan era and many more artefacts that showcase India’s vast culinary history
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Photograph on display at JaipurPhoto 2018
February 26, 2018

Feast Your Eyes On Frames From Around The World At JaipurPhoto 2018

Text by Huzan Tata. Images courtesy of the photographers and JaipurPhoto

The third edition of the international festival includes exhibitions at the Jantar Mantar and Hawa Mahal to satiate your appetite for travel and photography
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Daniel Rueda, Anna Devis, Photographer, Valencia
February 23, 2018

All Work and More Play: Daniel Rueda And Anna Devís’ Unique Design Narratives

Text by Tina Dastur. Photo Courtesy: Daniel Rueda, Anna Devís

For Valencia-based couple Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís, architecture is much more than just another brick in the wall. Everyday objects and facades are transformed into theatrical photographs through their lens
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Age of the Anthropocene, Art, Asymmetrical Objects, Atul Bhalla, Culture, Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Exhibition, Featured, Himanshu Kadam, Jitish Kallat, Manish Nai, Mithu Sen, Museum, Online Exclusive, Prajakta Potnis, Ranbir Kaleka, Reena Kallat, Rohini Devasher, Sahej Rahal, Shilpa Gupta, Tasneem Zakaria Mehta

Celebrating 160 Years Of Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum

Text by Sadaf Shaikh. Videography by Prateek Patel. Photography by Gaurav Kumar

'Asymmetrical Objects', an exhibition by ten artists, explores the Age of the Anthropocene -- a period during which human activity is a dominant influence on climate and the environment
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Aleena Das, Osaka 2016, Mukul Bhatia
February 13, 2018

Meet wanderers who are finding their way across far-off spaces as he captures their uniqueness through their ways of dressing
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