Forced to flee India due to controversy over some of his canvases, Husain's disillusionment with his homeland was complete when he showed willingness to accept Qatari citizenship.
The Big Four control almost 60 per cent of the Indian art market. This story looks at the continued popularity of the Modern Masters and the economics of this lopsided market.
Though India is a mere blip on the art market radar, this does not reflect adversely on the flagship fair of South Asia, the India Art Fair. It has outsize influence in other ways, as its director Jagdip Jagpal shares.
Jeff Rosenheim, curator of the William Eggleston show at the Met, New York, on what made the American lensman's work "Los Alamos" groundbreaking.
The law may have decriminalised homosexuality but showing it in art still elicits violent reaction as the attack on gay painter Balbir Krishan and his works at an exhibition in New Delhi proved.
Rana Begum’s work shows the influence of her origins in Bangladesh, but the results transcend all categories, as she shares in this interview on her show at Tate St. Ives, titled "A Conversation with Light and Form."
Jitish Kallat showed signs of being out of the ordinary early on. With his new show at Sperone Westwater, New York, he pushes the envelope further.
The Fourth Plinth at London's Trafalgar Square is currently hosting the lamassu — a
symbol of Iraq’s ancient civilization and a
witness to the violent swings in destiny that
the land has endured.
In this interview, Maribel López, the co-director of ARCOmadrid shares what makes it a reference fair to learn about art trends in the Spanish-speaking world.
The works of Bharti Kher, one of India's most well-known Contemporary artists, seamlessly meld the multiple identities of a modern global citizen who doesn't belong to one place.
An exhaustive exhibition of Gupta's works at the Monnaie de Paris is an excellent opportunity to get a glimpse of the growth of Contemporary Indian art through its most famous practitioner.