Saturday, August 25, 2007
Done in water colors and Lumograph. This is a muslim girl of malabar with her girl child waiting for her arab 'mapila'. There are many unfortunate girls like her among this community-forced to marry old,arabs who come down to Kerala coast to do bussiness or just for fun.The poor girls who are not even literate have no other way to live but'marry' these men -their own mothers being women who were divorced or widowed and living in utter poverty. These poor girls are married off and abandoned like their own mothers to live once again their mothers lives!
Friday, August 17, 2007
This is very interesting-from The Gaurdian Arts Blog. The news that investors are seeking to speculate on the art market following the creation of a new art hedge fund, betting on an art movement or an individual artist's rise in value without actually buying a painting, certainly appears to be an ominous idea. What exactly would it be they are planning to speculate on? Would Tracey Emin's stock go up if she announced she was pregnant, her art being so inextricably linked to that predicament? Would Grayson Perry's go down if he gave up drag?
Sunday, August 12, 2007
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Went to see an exhibition of works by some
'Indian contemporary artists' at Vyloppilly Samskrithi Bhavan ,Trivandrum named'representation' by Triva Contemporaray -a new initiative in art field at Trivandrum started by Walter,Krishnan and Balachandran.
A good effort I must say.
Here are some snap shots from the gallery.
The works here are by
Thursday, August 02, 2007
A post (Write up ) that appeared in relation to my show 'Where the green grass grows'. I had forgotten to save in the blog.
For all those who are aspiring to become a ‘somebody’, there cannot be a better real-life example than that of 65-year-old Usha Ramachandr...
Went to a multimedia show at The Museum auditorium organised by the Alliance Francaise de Trivandrum,of the french artist Remi Boinot. Here...
Chandran and Col V.P.K Nair Ca rtoonist PV Krishnan. 2of my works at the exhibition A view of the inauge...