The Genius of Anime

Japanese animation is versatile enough to cover the entire canvas of human emotion, writes Anirudh Chakravarthi There is a widespread misconception that animation worksfrom Japan (well known as anime)are cartoons aimed at kids and adolescents. This is because, when anime was first discovered by global audiences in the eighties and nineties,the most popular animated shows […]

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Sculpting in Time

Balan Nambiar’s six decades of artistic genius is on full display at the NGMA, writes Saiqua Sultan The exhibition themed “Sculpting in Time, Balan Nambiar and his six decades of engagement with Materiality” was inaugurated on February 4, 2018. Curated by his long-time friend Sadanand Menon, this retrospective exhibition encompasses Nambiar’s enormous repertoire. Nambiar’s drawings […]

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