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Canberra-based designer’s stunning whale image wins prize

Canberra-based Nitin Jayanand's click wins People’s Choice prize at Nature Conservancy Australia’s 2017 photography competition, writes JYOTI SHANKAR

The darkness of consumerism, as imagined by NS Harsha

Mysore artist NS Harsha makes a bold statement at the Biennale of Sydney, writes HAMIDA PARKAR.
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Israel’s Mount Masada turns ‘screen’ for night show

From Dusk to Dawn. Pic Credit IANS Ranked as Israel’s most popular national park with a million visitors a year, the Masada National Park has created a first...
Ellora Srivastava.Indian Link

When worlds collide: History through art

Check out Ellora Srivastava in this year’s Art Express, currently on at the Art Gallery of NSW, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA.

Like water on hot concrete: The artist in diaspora

Anindita Banerjee wins the Wyndham Art Prize for her video FADE, based on a vanishing alpona “I’ve never been a nine-to-five kind of person,” says interdisciplinary artist Anindita Banerjee. Having been creative all her life,...
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Water and Wisdom

An exhibition at RMIT Gallery explores how humans and water are inextricably linked, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI.
Illustration, jasmine. IndianLink

Black and white

Young Sydney artist’s work is drawn from wanderlust and a love of nature Immediately arresting, artist Jasmine Solanki’s works of art are beautiful in their complexity. Black and white drawings inspired by mountains and travel, the...

India through my eyes

Documentary photographer Anu Kumar explores facets of her Indian identity through a new photographic exhibition. DHANYA SAMUEL writes
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Kids competition alert: Design Indian Link’s Diwali card and win prizes!

Kids’ DIWALI ART competition It’s back again this year: Indian Link has just announced its annual Diwali arts competition for kids. Like every year, we are seeking out the youngest artists in our community across Australia....

True to her name

With crisp, flexible movements and lovely expressiveness Alekhya Subramanya’s arangetram was a delight to attend, writes DEEPA GOPINATH