Taking inspiration from Kalidasa’s long poem ‘Ritusamhara’, in which specific elements of nature are personified as lovers, South-Goa-based Vivekananda uses the practice of psychic automatism to draw up feelings that live in the depths of their being, translating them into colours, patterns and bodies that come together in sensorial self-portraits. These multimedia works that represent the act of creating art are accompanied by the interdisciplinary artist’s poetic musings
Verve spotlights an exhibition that brings together Raja Ravi Varma’s best lithographs
Why do critics, curators, collectors, artists and historians in India tend to judge a work according to the dictates of the Western canon?
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