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  In the Hindu religion, Varaha is the third avatar of Vishnu, the preserver god in the Hindu Trimurti (trinity). He appeared in the form of a boar during the Satya Yuga. A variety of legends concerning the avatar centre upon the submergence of the Earth in water due to the action of the demonContinue reading “From the Collection”

Liberation/ Revelation/ Representation: The art of Bhupen Khakhar

When I feel I’m telling the truth, then there is no restraint. – Bhupen Khakhar   The exhibition is on at the Swaraj Archive till the 15th of April ’18. Do drop by!

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Prince Aleksei Dmitrievich Saltykov (1806–1859) was a Russian artist and traveller in Persia and India. He was the grandson of Prince Nikolay Saltykov, born in St. Petersburg on 1 February 1806 to Prince Dmitri Nikolaevich Saltykov and Anna Nikolaevna Leontieva. The Soltykov name was one of the more esteemed in Russia. Alexis’s early days areContinue reading “From the Collection”

From the Collection

“In my paintings, I try to transform myself into the things that I paint, whether it is the radiant light or the darkest shadows. I surrender to the speed of the running deer or to the calmness, action or repose of the environment. I try to surrender to the object, whatever it may be, living,Continue reading “From the Collection”