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An artistic feminist protest by Rakini Devi

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  Born and raised in Kolkata, Rakini Devi has spent most of her artistic journey engaging with feminist issues, be it dowry deaths in India...
Julia Raath

Julia Raath: ‘For a teacher of textiles, India is heaven’

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  Textile students who went on Julia Raath’s first tour to India remember as it the “Oh my God” tour - the exclamation that came...

Ratna Sarma: The art of understanding other cultures

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  As a new visitor to Australia not so long ago, Ratna Sarma found herself drawn to Indigenous art. It reminded her of Gond art, one...
Siji Krishnan, Father’s portrait 2016 (watercolour on rice paper) 134.6 x 315.0 cm. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Indian art at Melb’s NGV Triennial 2020-21

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  The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Triennial is an art exhibition organised every three years which displays works of contemporary artists and designers across...
Rubi Balasingam as Kannagi. stories of kannagi

‘Stories of Kannagi’ earns judge’s nod at Blake Art Prize

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  Winning praise for her “intimate storytelling” in re-imagining a 2,000-year-old Tamil classic, Bulli-based filmmaker Zanny Begg has won a prestigious artist residency at the...
A still Stories of Kannagi: Tamil CLassic

‘Stories of Kannagi’: a Tamil classic in the Blake Art Prize

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  "Kannagi begins as an ordinary woman; well not that ordinary, and then transforms into a goddess of justice!" So says Bulli-based artist filmmaker Zanny Begg,...

Diwali Art Contest 2020 Winners

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  Eight-year-old Aarav Panicker of Rouse Hill NSW has won this year’s Indian Link Diwali Art Contest for kids, in the 8-12 Years category. Akshara Srinivasan,...

Indian artists document lockdown in online exhibition

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A remote arts residency in India that began on the first day of the nationwide lockdown, featuring 30 artists confined in homes and studios...

Indian artist Nin Taneja spends lockdown in Australia painting native birds

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For Ninjit (Nin) Taneja, visiting artist from India, isolation in Melbourne became an opportunity for sustained work on a number of paintings and photos,...
V Unbeatables

Dance crew V Unbeatable wins 'America's Got Talent: The Champions'

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The Mumbai-based dance group V Unbeatable has won the second season of "America's Got Talent: The Champions". The dancers found the international glory with...
Commemorating the 25th anniversary of Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art sales at Sotheby’s, this season’s sale features a selection of rare, never-before-seen works, with majority emerging from private collections

Sotheby’s annual Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art auction

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Commemorating the 25th anniversary of Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art sales at Sotheby’s, this season’s sale features a selection of rare, never-before-seen works, with majority emerging from private collections
Jane and Kito de Boer's Indian art collection to be on Christie's NY.

Jane and Kito de Boer own one of the largest and most varied private...

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Jane and Kito de Boer's Indian art collection to be on Christie's NY.
5 years of Sawan multicultural Spring festival

Sawan Multicultural Spring Festival marks five years

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‘I am because We are’ is a strong message for all generations, and the Sangam Kala Group Australia (SKGA Inc.) celebrates this theme through...
Israel Travel destination turn a screen

Israel's Mount Masada turns 'screen' for night show

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Ranked as Israel’s most popular national park with a million visitors a year, the Masada National Park has created a first of its kind...

PARI for artists: Parramatta's first independent contemporary art space

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PARI, AKA Parramatta Artists Run Initiative is Parramatta’s first independent contemporary art space opened this month by Indian-origin artist

Tender Heart: A novel Indian experience through Katy's eyes

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Indefatigable - a term to describe a person who persists tirelessly. This is the word that comes to mind when I hear of yet...

Ganesha in 108 ways

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What's in a name? Ganesha has 108! Lord Ganesha has ascribed many titles and epithets and is invoked by 108 names in Sanskrit. Each name represents...

Continental Shift art exhibition: The Placing Of Identity

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The works are explorations about the self; equally, they are statements about the societies in which we live – South Asia, Australia, the world at large.
Diwali3.Indian Link

Kids competition alert: Design Indian Link's Diwali card and win prizes!

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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...
painting.Indian Link

Bhupen Khakhar's painting on homosexuality breaks auction record

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'Two Men in Benares', a 1980s painting by Indian contemporary artist Bhupen Khakhar has set a new auction record for the painter by selling...

Oscar glory for Period. End of Sentence

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Academy Award adds more power to film-maker Guneet Monga’s mission to "change the world"

Paradise lost

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When the title of an exhibition does little to capture the essence of the subject area, WRITES APARNA ANANTHUNI.

Dazzling Diwali art in Strathfield

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Diwali-themed artworks at a unique exhibition at Strathfield Library

The darkness of consumerism, as imagined by NS Harsha

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Mysore artist NS Harsha makes a bold statement at the Biennale of Sydney, writes HAMIDA PARKAR.
water+wisdom.Indian Link

Water and Wisdom

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An exhibition at RMIT Gallery explores how humans and water are inextricably linked, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI.
Ellora Srivastava.Indian Link

When worlds collide: History through art

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

Soldier daddy

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Sydney couple tastes success with first-ever home film production, writes TARINI PURI
Whale.Indian Link

Canberra-based designer's stunning whale image wins prize

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

Bold and beautiful

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Sydney-based solicitor outs herself as artist, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Sikhism: Teaching ecology

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Air is the Guru, water the father, and the earth, the great mother. These words of Guru Nanak Dev Ji are a great truism in...

Podcasts

Ep 9: What do young Indians want from love?

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Growing up in Indian culture, most of us know that love has never been as popular as marriage. Even in the movies, the main...

Ep 8: Indian links in Indigenous Australian poet Ali Cobby Eckermann’s...

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To celebrate NAIDOC week 2020 (between 8-15 November) I spoke to Yakunytjatjara poet Ali Cobby Eckermann about her time in India where she taught...

Ep 7: In the case of Sushant Singh Rajput

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  The torrid and high-octane Sushant Singh Rajput case has been fodder for Indian people and press for the last few months. The actor’s tragic...
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