28 Atul Dodiya talks to about the stations, stops and turns in his journey.
33 Actor Soumitra Chatterjee speaks to
about the roles he has played and the characters he has inhabited.
38 From Sanskrit aesthetics to Constantin Brancusi, Akbar Padamsee looks back at his life and art with
43 Charles Correa takes on a tour of his new project in Portugal – the majestic Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown.
48 Kiran Subbaiah looks back at his treks between art schools and reflects on the politics of Indianness as he speaks to about using technology and language with care and clarity.
52 Jeram Patel travels into his past with
56 From Rothko to Barwe, Mehlli Gobhai talks about his predecessors and contemporaries to .
60 follows Samar Singh Jodha’s arc from fashion photography to social projects.
84 The earth bears the burden of conflicting histories, find and as they visit Karthik Pandian’s multi-media installation at the Whitney.
86 America’s dark past is revealed through Fred Wilson’s oeuvre, contends
89 Anjum Singh’s art practice changes with the changing city, claims Meera Menezes.
90 L. N. Tallur’s sculptures depict the new gods and goddesses of goods and gifts, observes Meera Menezes.
92 marvels at Madhvi Parekh’s contemporary rendition of The Last Supper.
94 Bangladesh’s complex history is explored by Naeem Mohaiemen with artistic and archival strategies that meet with Anirudh Chari’s approval.
96 Has photography found its rightful place under the sun? is thrilled to visit V&A’s show of contemporary photography at the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum.
99 finds artists chasing Utopia in Gayatri Sinha’s Tolstoy Farm.
100 The TIFR art collection opens a new window to view modern Indian art, says an enthused .
103 Uneven representation of India’s moderns mars the Jehangir Nicholson Gallery’s inaugural show, complains .
106 Everyday objects mutate through Mariam Suhail’s clever interventions, notes
108 Copper spoons and bronze hooks metamorphose into mythical figures in S. Nandagopal’s sculptures. is enraptured.
109 Displaced livelihoods are at the centre of Khoj Kolkata’s The Boat Project, discovers
110 Art Chennai will re-invigorate the art community down south, points out
113 The Singapore Biennale could benefit from having a strong regional flavour, says as she responds to diverse works in its 2011 edition.