Sunanda K Sanyal
Does a high-profile controversy or a scandal around a work of art blemish the artist for life? Is it ever possible to discuss her other projects without reference to that particular incident, or is every mark she makes forever destined
When you are all but convinced that art these days does little more than serve self-promotion and the market, someone comes along to show that all is not lost, that art can still make a difference. It happens rarely, but
“I don’t know what motivated the artist, which means these paintings have an intrinsic quality. I think Goethe called it the ‘essential dimension’, the thing that makes great works of art great” (Richter, Text, 85) Criticality in painting developed in such
Meditations on Humanity: Sajal Sarkar’s “Perilous Home” Curated by the local Visual Arts Center, a series of twenty-five watercolors and drawings on paper by Sajal Sarkar was exhibited at the Free Public Library of the city of Summit in New Jersey
Imagi(ni)ng India Paintings and Videos by Kathryn Myers, Curated by Sunanda K Sanyal in 2013, at Main Gallery, Lesley University, College of Arts..
Ganesh Pyne, the famed contemporary Indian painter, passed away at a private hospital in Kolkata on Tuesday, March 12. He was 76. Born in 1937 in a large family of North Kolkata, Pyne spent all his life in the city
The book Each year, Kolkata’s Durga Puja scales new heights as the most spectacular and extravagant event in the city’s calendar. From the turn of the twenty-first century, the festival has taken on a particular artistic dispensation that is unique to