Merging traditional aesthetics with contemporary sensibilities; mixing the classical with the experimental; folk with the urban; breaking boundaries...
Our multifarious and eclectic curations celebrate the richness of the Indian aesthetic experience across mediums and genres.
The medium of prints is today emerging as a growing genre of art, making art more accessible and democratic to a much larger audience. We are planning to focus significantly on making more and more prints available on this forum.
Classic Printmaking: A significant branch of contemporary visual art traditions, Printmaking affords many possibilities traditionally: like woodcuts, etchings, engravings, lithography, and serigraphy. This section presents the work of contemporary Indian printmakers.
Digital Art Prints: An umbrella category which may again include several styles, made in a more contemporary mode. This could include graphic art, or other forms of art created and printed digitally (for example: I-pad drawings).
Vintage Prints: Prints made in the late 19th and early 20th century (and later), by Indian printing presses that harnessed the new modes of printing to make art popular across the social spectrum.
Reproduction Prints: features prints of original artworks. This could include reproductions of Pichvais, traditional paintings, or contemporary paintings.