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EDITORIAL

admin Jul 10th, 2014
EDITORIAL
The art fraternity suffered a huge loss this year, that of losing the veteran art critic and poet Padmashree Keshav Malik. He was here just yesterday, a presence that has been a source of guidance, comfort and encouragement to several generations of artists. His absence de facto not registered in our minds yet. We... 
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MEMORIES

admin Jul 10th, 2014
MEMORIES
2010: Padmashree Keshav Malik lighting the lamp for The Ten Year Celebrations of Art & Deal Magazine at the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi with Ashok Vajpeyi, Neelam Malhotra & Siddhartha Tagore (Top) 2010: Shri Keshav Malik with Shivji Panikar & Akkitham Narayanan at IIC during The Ten Year Celebrations... 
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POEMS BY KESHAV MALIK ART GALLERIES The vacant art-galleries were his haunts, for here at last the tantalizing butterfly of the flitting moment was pinned neatly upon the velvety walls. And to the outer atmosphere, the air-expeller banished all heat and fret, blood and gall. Here all was nothing if not prayer, eyes... 
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ARCHIVE

admin Jul 10th, 2014
ARCHIVE
Lessons of a Master : Sailoz Mookherjea Shri Keshav Malik Sailoz Mookherjea was one of the foremost artists of the Modern Indian Art World. Eminent art critic Keshav Malik takes a very close look at his endearing artistic personality; a personal account of a very committed artist, with subtle lessons interwoven in... 
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ARCHIVE

admin Jul 10th, 2014
ARCHIVE
ART: The Impasse Keshav Malik Given, that between a projected target and an aspirant. The soil-sport shadow, intrudes frequently, one ought to perhaps turn a blind eye to such lacunae as beset most human undertaking. Add to this impasse, the thought that the activity of art cannot in all good be realistically modeled... 
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INTERVIEW

admin Jul 10th, 2014
INTERVIEW
Keshav Malik P.Raja Poetry creates itself with every word added to it, re-defining its identity in the process. The genius of words, Padmashree Keshav Malik, spoke about his inspiration, his poetry and his take on poetry writing to P.Raja. P.Raja: Why did you choose to express yourself in English, when it is not... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jul 10th, 2014
COVER STORY
Innovator of a new path in visual art Keshav Malik Ratnabali Kant’s artworks not only celebrate body and form but also mirror societal realities. Art & Deal reproduced Keshav Malik’s article stressing her growth as an artist. Introduction: cry of conscience When I think of any artist, there are some problems... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jul 10th, 2014
COVER STORY
Fountainhead of Arts: Keshav Malik Gargi Seth Gargi Seth walks down memory lane and reminisces about her moments spent with Keshav Malik,who was not only a perfect gentleman but also had deep aesthetic objectivity clubbed with experience. Where does art originate? Where does the mind break out from the mundane and... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jul 10th, 2014
COVER STORY
Legend: no more Paramjot Walia The art and literature world opens up to Paramjot Walia and pays tribute to the noted poet, writer and art critic Keshav Malik. Art&Deal : For you Keshav Malik was someone who… Gopi Gajwani: For me Keshav was someone truly transparent and honest, like a child who had no pretensions... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jul 10th, 2014
COVER STORY
Our Tennyson is gone Arpana Caur Arpana Caur recalls her memories with padmashree Keshav Malik Ji and pays homage to the renowned art writer and critic. Tennyson is what I called Keshav. Tennyson. Though he had the noble profile of Abraham Lincoln too. The Majesty of his erect tall figure, his poetic face. He lived... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jul 10th, 2014
COVER STORY
Remembering Keshav Malik Suneet Chopra Art criticism is not dead as it still breathes through Keshav Malik’s writings and grows by his example. Renowned Art critic and writer Suneet Chopra pens down how ‘strong conviction’, ‘protesting outrage’ are also adjectives that define Keshav Ji. I first met Keshav... 
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OBITUARY

admin Jul 10th, 2014
OBITUARY
Keshav Malik (1924- 2014) Johny ML JohnyML remembers veteran art critic, poet and writer, Keshav Malik who passed away on 11th June 2014. Death is a cliché. Hence let me start with another cliché: With Keshav Malik’s passing away an era in Indian art comes to an end. Malik was born in former Punjab in Pakistan... 
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EDITORIAL

admin Jun 1st, 2014
EDITORIAL
It is a summer less harsh so far in Delhi this year with clouds or light showers every time the mercury rises. The Gods have resolved to show some mercy… This issue we draw inspiration from Marina Abramović “The Grandmother of Performance Art” and set out to explore this less common genre of art. Abramović,... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jun 1st, 2014
COVER STORY
Current Pulse- Performance Practice In Bangalore Lina Vincent Sunish Bangalore is known for the experimental and transdisciplinary nature of its art practices. Performance practice is one of the areas in which several artists are gradually building up a repertoire, making inroads into both gallery spaces and public... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jun 1st, 2014
COVER STORY
Marina Abramovic: 512 Hours Marina Abramović’s performances have always pushed the limits of tolerance ,exhaustion and fear in the quest for ‘liberation’ .The Serpentine premieres another such unprecedented performance by the artist. In a unique work created for the Serpentine,the internationally acclaimed artist... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jun 1st, 2014
COVER STORY
Performative-Photos of Bengaluru: Gaze and Historicity amidst City’s Blinding Future H. A. Anil Kumar Performative-Photos proudly preserve the essence and attributes of the performance and its performer. H.A. Anil Kumar pens down how the viewer’s silent gaze forms the ‘mute’ relationship between the viewer... 
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COVER STORY

admin Jun 1st, 2014
COVER STORY
Thinking Performance Art Inder Salim Inder Salim’s performances have always jolted viewers out of ordinary patterns of thinking. The man who cut his finger to protest against dying of Yamuna river speaks of the nuances of performance art. The opening paragraph is an attempt to introduce ‘Performance Art’ as... 
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ESSAY

admin Jun 1st, 2014
ESSAY
Tales of the Patuas Stuti Agarwal The narrative scrolls of the Patuas still picture the mythical stories but also depict the contemporary fiction and social issues. Stuti Agarwal explores the fate of this traditional form of story-telling. Once upon a time, in a village in West Bengal, lived a vicious demon that came... 
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INTERVIEW

admin Jun 1st, 2014
INTERVIEW
Nemai Ghosh Satyajit Ray And Beyond Santanu Ganguly Photographer Nemai Ghosh has been the quintessential Satyajit Ray biographer through his decades-long close association with the master filmmaker. Over a lifetime of work, he has built up a vast and valuable photographic archive, now housed at Delhi Art Gallery. To... 
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MATTERS OF HEART WITH PARAMJOT WALIA
Matters of he ART With Paramjot Walia Saba Hasan Saba Hasan, a Delhi based artist, has been awarded international fellowships from Syracuse University, New York,the French Cultural Ministry, Paris, the George Keyt Art Foundation, Colombo, the Oscar Kokoschka Academy in Austria, 2010 and the Raza National Award for... 
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REPORT

admin Jun 1st, 2014
REPORT
One Day Art Camp By The K. K. Hebbar Art Foundation Lina Vincent Sunish The K K Hebbar Art Foundation was established in 1991-92 to promote art and culture with special emphasis on young and talented artists. With this in mind, several artists and art projects have been sponsored over the years by the KKH Art Foundation,... 
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INTERNATIONAL

admin Jun 1st, 2014
INTERNATIONAL
CHINESE ART IN BRAZIL: Chinese Contemporary Art after 2000, Curated by Ma Lin and Tereza De Arruda Santanu Ganguly ChinaArteBrazil , curated by art historians Ma Lin and Tereza de Arruda, shows for the first time in Brazil a unique panorama of Chinese contemporary art proposing to enhance the cultural dialogue between... 
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PHOTO FEATURE

admin Jun 1st, 2014
PHOTO FEATURE
On the Cusp of Times: Sebastiao Salgado Uma Nair Genesis, by internationally renowned photojournalist Sebastião Salgado, is an eight year photographic expedition revealing the raw untouched beauty of thirty-two different locations around the planet. Uma Nair reviews how the exhibition bequeaths life to the dead ‘man-nature’... 
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PROFILE

admin Jun 1st, 2014
PROFILE
Landscape of Mystery Paintings by Moni Oolyonghai Theodore Cantrell Moni Oolyonghai’s grasslands are metaphors of separation and proximity with the openness symbolic of freedom of spirit, the space between trees representing a doorway etc. Theodore Cantrell tries to unfold the mystery behind these metaphorical landscapes... 
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REVIEW

admin Jun 1st, 2014
REVIEW
“Where have all the FLOWERS GONE long time passing?” Clyde D’ Mello Udeya Vir Singh through his performance reminisces the old green spaces and urges the audience to take a step back and think about environmental issues and the cause-effect analysis. Clyde D’Mello elucidates. To a major extent development... 
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REVIEW

admin Jun 1st, 2014
REVIEW
In Pursuit of Mists, Clouds and Waves Premjish Achari Spiritual Sojourn saw a perfect blend of aesthetics and expression through Shridhar Iyer’s works as the bold tranquil strokes explore a deeper uninhibited meta-physical realm. Premjish Achari reviews. ‘Spiritual’ and ‘Sensuous’ are the two apt words to... 
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COVER STORY

admin May 7th, 2014
COVER STORY
Jamil Naqsh & Najmi Sura Edward Lucie-Smith The exhibition celebrates not only the four decade companionship of Jamil Naqsh and Najmi Sura but also explore the Eastern and Western influences in their works. Edward Lucie-Smith elaborates. The paintings by Jamil Naqsh and Najmi Sura celebrate two very close, subtly... 
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COVER STORY

admin May 7th, 2014
COVER STORY
Jamil Naqsh & Najmi Sura: An Epic Romance Marjorie Husain Jamil Naqsh maintains the balance between elements of cubism,demands of abstraction and the sensibilities of contemporary approach. Whereas Najmi Sura is inclined to the figurative expression. Marjorie Husain explores these style differences of the artist... 
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