Famous Faces – A Series of portraits A Curated Selection of the Artwork by the Students of Shaun Heffernan’s Art Classes Sometimes there’s no rhyme or reason to the people who inspire us. Stars of stage and screen. Singers, musicians, actors, politicians, statesmen, icons. There’s just something about their image,
Aharya Darpanam – Reflections on a creative journey Shankarananda Kalakshetra – a premier institution for Classical dance in Hyderabad, established in 1979, celebrates its 40th year this year. The yearlong celebrations to mark 4 decades of Shankarananda Kalakshetra, kicked off in August 2018, with the premiere of the new production ‘Tales of the
Rajeshwara RaoRajeshwara Rao have started The Good Morning series of drawings almost a year ago when he wanted to send warm morning wishes through simple line drawings with pen and ink on paper. The line drawings are all of different and interesting postures of woman, holding a morning cup of
Kalakriti Art Gallery and The Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata present a documentary on the master artist, K.G. Subramanyan, directed by filmmaker Shaji N. Karun, will be screened. Titled, ‘Moving Focus – is a voyage through the thoughts of the eminent artist, teacher and thinker K.G. Subramanyan,’ the documentary
Kalakriti Art Gallery invites for the Talk and Presentation by Kalakriti Artist-in-Residency, Hetal Chudasama, and Thirumala Thiru Hyderabad Do not miss out on this opportunity! Hetal Chudasama – Her work stands as dialogue with liminal spaces. She uses representative objects, gestures, rituals and pictorial narrative to examine the source that
Kalakriti Art Gallery in collaboration with The Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata brings to Hyderabad for the first time an exhibition showcasing drawings of women by renowned and eminent artist, K.G. Subramanyan. Given the solid representation of K.G. Subramanyan artistic journey, the exhibition, offeres a selection of Subramanyan’s images of women,
Kalakriti Contemporary Cordially invites for an exhibition comprises of a series of paintings by Malavika Reddy titled 'A place called “Here", and the Japanese art of flower arrangements Ikebana by Mrs Rekha Reddy. A place called “Here” depicts Malavika's walk into a dreamy and surreal place, where the vivid colours
Kalakriti Art Gallery invites for the Talk and Presentation by Kalakriti Artist-in-Residency, Moumita Das Bhattacharya and Radhika Kacha Do not miss out on this opportunity! Moumita, Master of Fine Arts in Textile Designing from Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan. Her works are strongly influenced by the colours, textures, and surfaces of nature.
To mark the 110th year since the flood of river musi on 28th September 2018, the Krishnakriti Foundation is organizing a series of events. We hope to start the day with a Heritage Walk in the old city, led by Sirisha Indukuri, and in the evening inaugurate an exhibition of
Artist Srinivas Mancha has been practicing since six years. Painting as his medium of visual expression, he have worked extensively in various mediums as watercolor, acrylic and oil colors. Srinivas has a strong foundation practice of Landscapes, Still-life and Creative compositions, which is very much reflected on his recent works.