Tag Archives: Art History

Mapping Memories: On Reality, Time, and News worthiness. An Essay on Artist Yogesh Ramkrishna.

This artwork is by South Asian Indian Artist Yogesh Ramkrishna. His works are available for buying online on the Art Gallery website Astanzi.

Kadamboor Neeraj looks at the works of Yogesh Ramakrishna vis-a-vis visual narrative traditions. Yogesh’s graphic novels, with energetic figures in action –  are a nod in favor of the representational tendencies of Baroda, although this is something he has carried forward from his undergrad days at Mumbai. Before we begin addressing the visuals and narrative […]

Negotiating the Post-Colonial Identity in Jyoti Bhatt’s works

This is a painting by Artist Jyoti Bhatt titled A-B-ZEE of My India,

Leo Tolstoy while talking about art says, “What translates infectiously from the artistic expression to the viewer is feeling”. It is this infectiousness of the artistic expression is what attracts the viewer to a work of art. It was this aspect of Jyoti Bhatt’s work that drew me when I was only six years old. […]