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Negotiating the terrains of contemporary art

  • Diwan Manna
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  • March 13, 2017
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Negotiating the terrains of contemporary art

By Diwan Manna

Publication: Catalogue of Annual Art Exhibition 2017

Organised by Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi

PUNJAB, as we all know has been a witness, host and abode of many a diverse cultural, social and political practices including many invasions over the centuries and perhaps millennia. Some of these still have their reverberations due to the complex and often intractable history of ups and downs in the ever-changing geographical landscape of this truncated...

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Kaleidoscope Of Film, Art, Literature, Dance And Civilisation - Outlook

  • SREEVALSAN THIYYADI
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  • January 15, 2017
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A unique mix of several branches of art makes Hyderabad’s ongoing Kalakriti cultural festival a distinct slot

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A peek at the lives of people on Delhi’s streets, viewpoints on how administrative laxity leads to non-percolation ...

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A view to behold - Tribune

  • Amarjot Kaur
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  • January 3, 2017
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A view to behold!

View From The Third Eye, a photography exhibition, showcases the talent of students at Vivek High School

Amarjot Kaur

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Diwan Manna with participants at Government Museum and Art Gallery Photo: S Chandan

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With refreshingly interesting ideas that evolve from an innocuous temptation to capture a sight or a feeling without consciously chasing perfect is perhaps the essence of View From The Third Eye, a photography exh...

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Photographing Architecture: Le Corbusier as Seen by His Photographers

  • Julie Noirot
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  • January 3, 2017
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Photographing Architecture: Le Corbusier as Seen by His Photographers

by Julie Noirot

Ever since it was invented, photography has always played a decisive role in the knowledge, the dissemination and the reception of architecture. An early believer in the power of images, Le Corbusier used photography as a tool for documentation, a medium for research and an instrument for promoting his new architecture. During his career, he worked with many professional and amateur photographers such as Charl...

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