For Delhi-based artist Ankon Mitra, an architect by education and an origami artist by passion, paper sculpting is a fulfilling creative conduit
Contemporary artist Bandana Jain funnels her imagination by upcycling corrugated cartons to create art, “The Brown Age” — withered, weathered, wearing emotions as she pours in freely from her own experiences.
Ritu and Surya Singh of Wolf Jaipur use scraps and discards to form a narrative inspired by protofeminist poet Lal Ded, and her universal vakhs (verses) that portray an era where women’s voices rose above patriarchy
Artist Mohammed Intiyaz converses with his emotions in a startlingly real collection titled “Can we Talk?”
His treasured artworks are a sheer atlas of deities and mythological figures, striking in forms and stunning in rendition. Devoted vahanas — the mounts of the venerated gods and goddesses — find rich expression in the media art inspired by kalamkari, at the solo show of artist Ramesh Gorjala, titled Vahanas, at Gallery Nvya in Delhi