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Artist Anish Kapoor's work was displayed at Delhi's National Gallery of Modern Art from November 28, 2010 to February 17, 2011. Along with his works, the gallery also showcased a film titled "Imagine: The Year of Anish Kapoor" that helped viewers to garner insight into how his work is conceived and what it it means to him.

Anish Kapoor's "To reflect an Intimate Part of the Red" (1981) was one of the works on display at the NGMA.



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POSTED IN | , , Thursday, February 17, 2011

Photograph 1 - Sanya M
Photograph 2 - Sanjana M
Location: India Art Summit, New Delhi

Art is the only way to run away without leaving home

POSTED IN | Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Artwork displayed at the India Art Summit held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. (20 - 23 January 2011)

 Photographs by Sanya M


# 2: Anjolie Ela Menon for ARTIGER

POSTED IN | , , , Tuesday, February 01, 2011

This tiger was created as part of project ARTIGER.

Gifted to the City of Delhi 

sheila dikshit
"The arts and hearts came together in the ARTIGER project. I am happy that the tigers have made Delhi their home. While they remain in our public space, their real place is in our hearts"
           Anjolie Ela Menon wrote:
"Tiger burning bright we are with you fight hearts in this fight. 
Art in public spaces is an idea whose time has come."

About the artist:
Anjolie Ela Menon was born in West Bengal. She studied at the J. J. School of Art. She won the French Government scholarship to Ecole National des Beaux Arts, Paris. Menon has had over thirty solo shows and has participated in several international group shows. 
She is also a well-known muralist and has represented India at the Sao Paulo Biennale Brazil. Her works can be found in many private and museum collections. She was awarded the Padmashri in 2000.

To know more about ARTIGER visit http://artiger.org/home.html or join the ARTIGER group on Facebook.
Marmalade Skies © Sanjana M



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