“Embroidery feels like a language that my hands speak,” says Jahnavee Baruah.
Lokame Tharavadu explores a variety of artistic perspectives on home, belonging, and the universal spirit of humanity that persists in the midst of a global pandemic.
Grimanesa Amoros’s Golden Array invites onlookers to reflect on connections through “the invisible trajectories of a wireless universe.”
The Gondwana Art Project elevates and upskills tribal and folk artisans in India who practice traditional Indian art forms.
My Friends Are Missing, a stunning handmade paper-cut pop-up book by Keerthana Ramesh, features 30 critically endangered species from around the world.
When the COVID-19 pandemic caused the world to go digital in 2020, a small team of artists, writers, and curators in New Delhi, India, started working on a dream project, prompted by the joy of print.
Through hand-colored photographs, artists Waswo X. Waswo and Rajesh Soni explore the tradition of the Gauri Dance.
While indigo’s etymology identifies it as a “product of India,” it has a long history.
“Street art really helps reimagine what a place can look like,” said Yash Bhandari, a contributing artist.
Every cake, every artwork, and every photograph made a difference towards the greater good to benefit vulnerable populations.
Narayan Sinha transforms a dilapidated old home into a surreal artistic playground.
Some of these films inform, others make demands for action. All fight the uncertainty and cultural denial around global warming.