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1. Art at its Heart
June 01, 2018

Walk through this New Delhi apartment… only to walk out as an art aficionado… Joya Nandurdikar and Amrita Guha, Partners of Untitled Design Consultants take us on a virtual tour of Indian arts and crafts via their transformation of an old 3,640 sq. ft. Delhi apartment into a vibrant art haven… Customising the renovation for a flamboyant and aesthetically-inclined client through a judicious blend of tradition and modernity, the design evolves on a concept of promoting ethnic arts and crafts in a globalized language – a perfect antidote to reflect the homeowners’ lifestyle. The designe... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

2. Upcycling antique jewellery
April 27, 2018

Lara Morakhia stylises, upcycles and re imagines antique jewellery to create wearable art. Her latest collection is inspired by Indian architectural marvels… Copy: She is a jewellery designer of a different vintage, wielding magic with her hands and transforming all that is old and treasured into a modish rendition, a chic convertible, in a creative vocabulary unique to her. Meet Lara Morakhia, who glamorises heirlooms to make them more wearable and versatile... It is her decidedly strong leaning towards the wealth of Indian heritage, art and design that makes each of Lara's creat... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

3. Indian mystic poetry as contemporary art
February 03, 2018

Artist Gayatri Mehta culls out the social relevance of 15th century poet-saint Kabir’s verses, translating them into vivid compositions of mainstream socio-economic ethos… One generally connects with Kabir on a more religious front. Interestingly the artist, who has been enamoured by his couplets (dohas) and poems (pads) and has studied his works extensively, attempts to start a dialogue or even an introverted monologue with self, as she translates select verses into vivid paintings; even installations. Contemporary times are fraught with woes – of different kinds, aplenty and multi... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

4. Top Indian Hospitals woo Medical Tourism from Canada
December 21, 2017

In these modern times, India has some excellent medical professionals in specialised fields, and with their state-of-the-art medical facilities, they are attracting patients requiring surgery from all corners of the globe. Whether its cancer treatment or hip replacement, doctors and hospitals are well equipped to affordable attend to patients who can’t get the same treatments in their own country because of expense. No wonder, medical tourism in India is now one among the booming industries anticipated to bring mammoth revenue in the coming years. Its outstanding healthcare services at minimal... (read more)

Author: william heden

5. Mediaide Guides You on Planning Your Travel and Getting Indian Medical Visa
October 15, 2017

It is no secret that India has recently become one of the world’s favorite destinations for purposes of medical tourism. Indeed, India is blessed with a high number of medical facilities and qualified doctors that are able to provide state-of-the-art medical treatments to any patient and at a very affordable price. In order to receive quality medical care in India, you will however need to plan your trip accordingly and obtain a medical visa India. Why obtain medical services in India? India is well-known by international travelers as a medical tourism destination. This is due to the h... (read more)

Author: william heden

6. Striking the right balance!
August 01, 2017

An Indian-themed restaurant in Surat, designed by B.Design24 Studio, blends molecular concepts with Indian culture, placing contemporary and tradition in the same frame. Indian tradition and culture has served as inspiration for art, architecture and lifestyles for ages. A Surat-based restaurant has modernised the essence of India by adapting age-old techniques and elements into its design. Located in Western Vesu Point, one of the city’s newly developed prime locations, this restaurant revolves around a lofty arch, which, as the designers say, is a major design element. Working with a... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

7. Sublime Galleria along with The Taj West End presents Elite Strokes, a collection of Contemporary A
December 08, 2016

Sublime Galleria along with The Taj West End presents Elite Strokes, a collection of Contemporary Art by Renowned Artist, M.R. Deshmukh The paintings will be on display at The Taj West End from 09-15 December and at Sublime Galleria, UB City from 16-31 December 2016. Bangalore, India, December 8th 2016 -- Sublime Galleria and Taj West End present 'Elite Strokes', a collection of paintings capturing the essence of natural beauty and human interactions. Created by M.R. Deshmukh, a prolific painter from the heart of the beautiful Sahyadri Mountains, the paintings will be on display from... (read more)

Author: Urmila Biswas

8. The art of spirituality
October 25, 2016

By Leah Linhares Imagination is a drug that runs deep in the veins of those, who dare to see beyond boundaries; artist-designer, Charuvi Singhal is gifted with vision that sees the world through a kaleidoscope... Studio head of the eponymous Charuvi Design Labs, the artist-designer, who is a graduate in art and animation, is fascinated with the idea of creativity transcending boundaries; consequently merging the two worlds of art and technology through her work. Standing as a testimony to her love for these blending disciplines are her recent works: Kaivalya & Divine Vibrations ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

9. Gen Next gets a slice of history via repurposing native Indian crafts
June 03, 2016

Product designers Sahil Bagga and Sarthak Sengupta of Sarthak Sahil Design Co in a candid interview with IAnD reveal how they layer cultural nuances to empower gen next to appreciate our vast and rich nativity… Reviving forgotten or nearly extinct crafts in a contemporary format - acceptable to the new generation – where only a small fraction have an interest in history; whilst the majority brush it aside as boring and heavily nostalgic constitutes the underlying cruz of the studio’s eclectic repertoire. Sahil Bagga and Sarthak Sengupta in conversation with IAnD: IAnD: List th... (read more)

Author: Marina Correa

10. The Indefatigable A A Raiba: Fond Memories
May 06, 2016

By Shriram Khadilkar Veteran painter Abdul Aziz Raiba breathed his last on April 15, 2016. He was 94 and still questing for the unfathomable through his artistic expression He was painting until few days leading up to his end… “I am not satisfied with the work that I have done so far,” exclaimed Raiba, when I last met him couple of months ago in Nalasopara at his residence cum studio; the nonagenarian nonchalantly referring to his thirst for painting as a neonate’s yearning for milk. A. A. Raiba had been expressing himself for seventy plus years through the medium of painting. T... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

11. Jawahar Kala Kendra: Soulful Refurbishment
April 22, 2016

Studio SOUL is refurbishing the heritage beacon of Rajasthan – the Jawahar Kala Kendra, with a thoughtful conservation of its architectural character and the original architect’s lofty vision… As an important centre for contemporary Indian art and cultural activities, the legendary Jawahar Kala Kendra (1986-1981), Jaipur, designed by legendary Indian Architect Charles Correa, is undergoing revitalization with part restoration and part renovation at the hands of Mumbai-based Studio SOUL headed by architects Dhaval Malesha and Devendra Bawdane. Initiated in March 2015, phase I has just... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

12. Calaa - the language of art and design
March 31, 2016

By Rutvi Ashar Photography: Courtesy Studio Mango In a classic tale of East meets West, Dutch design Studio Mango is prepping to launch a sustainable and light-on-the-pocket designer brand christened ‘Calaa’ in association with local artisans from Moradabad... Armed with a challenging client brief from Mr. C L Gupta of Moradabad, Studio Mango add yet another laurel to their line of everyday quirk with ‘Calaa’ - derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Kala’, which broadly refers to any art form. Drawing inspiration from centuries-old Indian handicrafts, this line uses state-of-the-art ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

13. Forging the yesterday-today connect!
February 16, 2016

India Art n Design (dot) com’s (IAnD) interactive session at the Make in India Centre brought alive the traditional flavour of taken-for-granted Indian aesthetics… As part of the week long Make in India events in Mumbai, IAnD was supported by four passionate artists, who took the audiences back to 3000B.C. as they enlightened the large gathering of onlookers and participants on the ‘survival of Indian traditional arts and crafts in the digital era’. Conducted under the aegis of Association of Designers of India (ADI) and facilitated by the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), t... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

14. Ikat - Odisha's unmatched art of weaving
January 05, 2016

Photographs: Courtesy Udita Chaturvedi Odisha is a state that is full of culture, tradition, history, heritage, dialects and handloom products. In fact, it’s one of the two Indian states that weaves beautiful ikat prints on silk and cotton sarees (the other state being Andhra Pradesh). It is mesmerising to see the fine thread work in Nuapatna (in Cuttack district), the centuries-old favourite cross print in Barpali (in Bargarh district), the breathtaking bomkai in Ganjam district or the floral favourites of Sambalpur. Home to 1,92,339 weavers and 43,652 handlooms, different parts of ... (read more)

Author: Udita Chaturvedi

15. How Indian handicraft can unearth international markets.
December 20, 2015

Indian Handicraft goods are not produced in factories. It is an art which involves love, care and soul of the artisan who expresses herself/himself with hands. It is not a mechanical, monotonous process but a one where imagination and creativity take center stage. Being a country of 1.21 billion people who live in 26 states, India has a rich, vast art and craft legacy. Each of these states is famous for different kinds of handicraft. There is no wonder that India is one of the key sellers of these goods in the worldwide market. According to one report, today around 70 lakh Indians are em... (read more)

Author: Rajesh Dobal

16. Purchase Our Distinctive And Authentic Indian Furniture - Both Online And In Store.
October 08, 2015

Trading Boundaries is home to furniture showrooms, a café, art gallery and live music venue as well as a beautiful courtyard with independent boutique shopping. The showrooms run over two floors of our gorgeous Georgian manor house, displaying the largest collection of beautiful Indian and Ethnicraft Furniture in the South. Sourced directly from India, we offer original one-off antique items as well as those created from reclaimed pieces, many of which you will not be able to source elsewhere. Whatever you require for your home, we're confident that we can provide you with an item ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

17. The mantle called ‘Sustainability'!
September 24, 2015

Interior and furniture designer Lalit Hira is back at the London Design Festival 2015 – this time with a photo installation based on the brass tacks of Indian design... Titled “Simply a way of Life”, the installation is a philosophical reference of Lalit’s sensibilities as an interior and furniture designer. It focuses on varied aspects of the Indian lifestyle with particular reference to frugal, eco-friendly or environmentally green design in products, interiors and the building industry, and the Indian qualities of being simultaneously ingenious and sustainable. The designer delv... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Mumbai Artists at LDF 2015
September 23, 2015

Two artists revisit the international platform promoting their paintings at the Designersblock venue of the London Design Festival 2015... An artist aspires to grow exponentially both, in stature and knowledge as his art begins to mature into a work to reckon with. And at this juncture of his career, what would be a better way to gain widespread exposure than an international showing? Artists Eknath Giram and Arun Awasarmol are exhibiting as part of the India Pavillion at the Oxo Tower Wharf in London. Both Mumbai-based, depict a distinctive treatment of the canvas and brush. Whi... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

19. India on the design map - India Pavillion at LDF 2015!
September 22, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy the artists and designe Four Indian artists and designers showcase their work via the India Pavilion at the ongoing London Design Festival 2015... The London Design Festival (LDF), now in its 13th year, opened to the public on September 19 at venues across London. Among the many events is the second edition of the India Pavilion from 23-27 September. Showcasing the works of four Indian artists and designers, the event is co-curated by India Art n Design ezine in association with Designersblock, a well-established London-based exhibitor. ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

20. YES BANK Art Bengaluru 2015 - The Most-awaited Art Festival in South India!
August 20, 2015

The 6th Edition promises to bring about a Paradigm Shift in the perception of the arts. Bangalore, India, 20th August, 2015 -- The Collection - UB City and Sublime Galleria in association with the Prestige Group is gearing up for 'YES BANK Art Bengaluru 2015'. One of India's most reputed art festivals, the 6th Edition of 'Art Bengaluru' aims to go beyond the canvas, celebrating art in its myriad forms. Uzma Irfan - Conceptualizer and Organizer, 'Art Bengaluru' said, "The Indian art market currently has both good quality and discerning buyers. Globally, art is also increasingly becomi... (read more)

Author: Urmila Biswas

21. Fabric Trends in Indian Fashion
July 17, 2015

Many fashionistas believe that Indian fashion is undergoing an exciting phase. Some designers and art historians are spending a lot of time and effort on bringing back lost aesthetics of Indian fashion. They are trying to revive forgotten handicrafts, textiles, embroideries, embellishments, prints and designs, especially those from obscure regions which had faded away due to a lack of funding. There is also a lot of exciting innovation and re-invention going on; high-end designers as well as rural weavers and artisans are really pushing the boundaries of ethnic fashion and exploring the full p... (read more)

Author: Hemant Jain

22. Racing on the Edge
July 08, 2015

Gerry Judah of Indian origin catapults speed to the skies with his proactive public art at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 that wrapped up in June end 2015 in West Sussex, England. The Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 recently (June 25-28, 2015) wrapped up its celebration of Mazda Motor Corporation's unique motorsport heritage with a powerful fusion of sculptural innovation and engineering precision. Paying tribute to the Japanese manufacturer, the perennial central feature of the festival was a bespoke piece of public art by Gerry Judah, who has been a regular at creating striking symb... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Kanjivaram Sarees - A Gorgeous Addition to your Wardrobe
April 22, 2015

A fashion designer’s muse, an embodiment of a woman’s beauty, the epitome of grace, a woman’s ethnic best – sarees had always held a special relationship with the female population. Right from the era of Indus Valley Civilization, trailing into art and sculpture of Gandhara, Mathura and Gupta schools, to the tribals of Rajasthan, saree continues to foray into the fashion scene till date. With different styles of draping depicting different cultures of Indian women, saree is indeed more than just a piece of clothing – it is a major cultural marker. Whether it is the dhoti-style drape of a Mahar... (read more)

Author: sreedhar sreedhar

24. Fashion & Art: a Potent Potion!
March 27, 2015

By Beverly Pereira Photography: Courtesy Tarun Tahiliani & The Singh Twins Tarun Tahiliani’s Spring Summer 15 collection showcased at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2015 features motifs, imagery and colours inspired by the celebrated art of the British-Indian Singh Twins... Fashion and Art are not exactly strange bedfellows. Think Andy Warhol’s portrait of Yves Saint Lauren or Warhol’s iconic flowers that played muse to Prada’s Spring 2013 collection. More recently and closer to home, Tarun Tahiliani has collaborated with the internationally acclaimed Singh Twins, whose works ... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

25. Unleash your Ethnicity with Exquisite Sarees
November 10, 2014

Our culture has multiple facets, be it dance, music, art, drama, attire, cuisine, religious sentiments and so on. Often heard, India is a land where diversity resides in every nook and corner. When it comes to sarees, an outsider will directly relate to the colourful land of India. Saree is the epitome of Indian ethnicity. It is more of a cultural identity. Our Indian celebrities leave no stone unturned to take this elegant clothing to newer heights around the world. Whether it is the Cannes Film Festival, an award ceremony or a prestigious felicitation programme, the big shots have taken it u... (read more)

Author: sreedhar sreedhar

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