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According to DAG, the month-long show has brought back into focus concepts such as “scopophilia or the pleasure of looking at something or someone with reference to the gazer and the gazed”.(Pixabay)

Exhibition explores ‘the gaze’ of Indian artists

PTI |
PUBLISHED ON FEB 15, 2021 07:38 PM IST
Decoding generations of Indian artists’ visual approach towards their subjects and muses is the focus of an ongoing exhibition here.
One of the oldest and most popular art forms of Odisha, the name 'Pattachitra' has evolved from the Sanskrit words 'patta' (canvas) and 'chitra' (picture).(ANI)
One of the oldest and most popular art forms of Odisha, the name 'Pattachitra' has evolved from the Sanskrit words 'patta' (canvas) and 'chitra' (picture).(ANI)

Odisha's oldest, most popular art form 'Pattachitra' preserved in Raghurajpur

ANI |
PUBLISHED ON JAN 18, 2021 04:52 PM IST
Odisha's traditional art form 'Pattachitra', which dates back to 5 BC, continues to live on in India's first heritage village Raghurajpur.
Sculptures on display at National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi.(HT File Photo)
Sculptures on display at National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi.(HT File Photo)

Why can’t we hold our own against the world’s art markets?

Hindustan Times | By Arvind Vijaymohan
UPDATED ON JUN 08, 2018 08:45 AM IST
Although attitude towards the humanities streams is changing, many things have held us back from stepping up to join the ranks of the more evolved art markets, says Arvind Vijaymohan .
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