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Saravanan  Parasuraman's Art
27th Aug, 2014
Artist’s studio is populated with ball bearings, sand, silicone, fibreglass, wood & wires
Shahnaz Bashir. (Photo: DC)
26th Aug, 2014
Shahnaz opted for fiction to capture the essence of what had been happening in Kashmir
Pia Padukone. (Photo: DC)
26th Aug, 2014
After narrowly escaping death thrice, Pia Padukone shares her personal experiences
Photo used for representation. (Photo: visualphotos.com
26th Aug, 2014
Non-white readers might feel excluded from the society
Madras Mappings by Parvathi Nayar. (Photo: DC)
26th Aug, 2014
‘Madras Jasmine’ is a show of paintings, sculptures and art installations
Rathbone has sold art around the world, online and even in Selfridges department store. (Photo: Videograbs)
25th Aug, 2014
Rathbone said she began experimenting with the typewriter art in around 2003
Tenzin Tsundue
24th Aug, 2014
Tenzin Tsundue’s work reflects how a Tibetan refugee is yearning to return to his country

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