In our attempt for contribution to the field of visual art we now present the works of Querozito De Souza one of Goa’s foremost and acclaimed artist, through an exhibition of exquisite and intimate drawings of ink on paper in an exhibition titled ‘Mask un Mask’.
Outsiders springs from uncommon ground. All four participating artists come from different parts of the world — Lucknow, Los Angeles, Kerala and Switzerland. While they traverse diverse creative paths, these art makers do share something significant - they all followed their calling to move to Goa.
In Man Enough a diverse roster of male artists examine established gender norms through the lens of the human condition - a paradigm that accounts for individual idiosyncrasies, psychological nuances and cultural fluidity.
A glimmer of a column, a glimpse of a curved wall and then a flash of recognition as you realize you’re looking at a church or temple in Goa. Interspersed with structured shapes of leaves and forms of coconut and banana trees, these images are simultaneously architectural and evocative of nature’s plenitude.
Adil’s ceramic gateposts are fissured, arthritic, gnarled by time and glacial with age; it lends them a powerful sense of nostalgia, from a certain angle they appear solid as any other object, but a subtle shift of light, a change in mood or perspective, and suddenly they seem whimsical as dreams.
The artists in the Ceramic Spectrum 2016 have varied approaches to clay — the basic material of all ceramic production. While some develop the vessel form, others explore new ideas. The inspiration, content and the context within which they locate themselves are wide-rang-ing, reflecting their individual aesthetic concerns.
Black ink is the oldest medium used in Japanese drawing, and although it developed from calligraphy to manga and comic drawings, Mika found her own unique technique to explore the simplicity and boldness of black ink.
«From this material, we start the making of useful objects to fulfill man’s life — again we hope, in a manner akin to the disciplined way by which nature produces a tree ... or a flower.» — George Nakashima
Arguably The Cube Gallery’s most audacious exhibition yet, the concept behind “Artable” is simplicity itself, eleven Goa-based artists, drawn from diverse backgrounds, have collaborated to transform a series of white console tables into living, breathing works of art.
Efface is an exhibition where Alok Johri introduces us to four persons including himself. To call it just an exhibition of portraits is an understatement, because it is much more than that, given the history of portraiture and image-making in general.