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ARRESTING ALCHEMY WITH SHIV YIN
With the men, it begins. Choreographer Aimin Teng in white, six Chinese dancers in black. Two female Indian dancers, Souraja Kapoor and Kantika Mishra appear, dressed in gold and red. The lotus flower and red fan are here introduced as symbols of the meeting of two distinctive cultures, as Kapoor greets the audience holding both.
FULL MOON ON A DARK NIGHT
Soumya Sankar Bose writes about his photograph, “A friend used to tell me about her dreams. For the last sixteen years, she has dreamt of sitting on a chair beside a window in the room in which her sister died. In this dream, she returns home from an unknown war, while a dead body lays in the bed. The identity of the dead character is never clear to her." Is it her lover? H...
EARLY SIGNS OF A CREATIVE GENIUS
Making realistic art close to perfection, mastering dimensions, intellectual brilliance, speed painting and for that matter even eccentricity is not what defines a Child Art Prodigy. A fine example of this as a misconception are Vincent van Gogh’s atypical school drawings. At a glance these on no account can be called exceptional for a child.
Tarini’s forte is her dextrous use of pastel colours with some vivid pigments intermittently introduced to create artworks that capture the exhilaration and serenity of life. An abstract artist, she deals with ideas and various ways of representing objective reality through her own artistic lens, thus providing an insightful and a personal touch to all her artworks.