From making phantasmagorical journeys to constructing mirage houses, many artists at the fourth edition of the Dhaka Art Summit explore the tension between habitation and displacement. Kurchi Dasgupta writes from Bangladesh.
The India Art Fair has a new Director. Shweta Upadhyay assesses what went right and what didn’t at its 10th edition.
WHERE THE AMBASSADOR MEETS THE GOD OF SOME THINGS
Meera Menezes climbs up to Madhavendra Palace in Jaipur’s Nahargarh to take a leisurely stroll in the Sculpture Park.
STATIONS OF THE JOURNEY
Vivan Sundaram’s retrospective at the KNMA does justice to his contribution to Indian art, says Abhay Sardesai.
AT HOME IN A GALLERY
The documenta 14, held in Kassel and Athens, underscored the importance of representing the under-represented and insisted on the relevance of politically engaged art, observes Tasneem Zakaria Mehta.
CLOUD IN THE ROOM; POOLS ON THE CANVAS
Alwar Balasubramaniam’s move to Tirunelveli has deepened his desire to map the give and take between material and immaterial worlds, says Meera Menezes.
FACTS ABOUT FICTION
Amshu Chukki’s works trace illusions and explore their terrain, observes K. Sridhar.