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  • Image of The Week: Pushpamala N

    Travelling around France this week, I came across the work of artist Pushpamala N. at an exhibition at the Centre Georges Pompidou titled Paris-Delhi-Bombay. Although I cannot share with you the pieces she exhibited there, I thought the rest of her work is curiously interesting. The artist is known for her photo and video-performance based […]

  • Image of the Week

    There isn’t an image of the week this week. For 10 days now we’ve been visually assaulted by pictures coming in from Japan, Libya and Bahrain: sites of disaster, violence and conflict. Everyone around me has been glued to screens and newspapers hoping to “catch the latest news as it unfolds” and it’s got to […]

  • Image of the Week: Protest

    These scuba divers hold up an underwater sign that reads “leave before we run out of air” – a clear message to Hosni Mubarak who finally stepped down as President of Egypt on Friday. Even the most pressurised protestors it would seem, have a sense of humor.

  • Image of the Week: John Stezaker

    The best visual tickle I’ve had this week was at Whitechapel Gallery’s exhibition of the works of British artist John Stezakar. Comprised of his collage works from the 1970s to the present, the exhibition reflects his engagement with the acts of looking and perceiving. Each collage splices together found postcards, images form newspaper clips and […]

  • Image of the Week: Vivian Maier’s Street Photography

    I came across the intriguing story of a man called John Maloof about a year ago when I was at a photo-film festival and one of the speakers talked about his blog. In 2007 former estate agent Maloof bought a lot of more than 100,000 negatives¬† for $400 at an auction. The film was part […]

  • Image of the Week: Referendum in Sudan

    Today the people of Southern Sudan voted in a historic referendum. In a ballot that will continue through the week, if they vote to secede from the north,¬† Africa’s newest nation will come into being on July 9, 2011. Although the name of the new nation has not been decided yet, the global community hopes […]

  • Image of the Week: Singh Tartan

    Baron Sirdar Iqbal Singh is a Sikh gentleman who has a passion for his adopted home of Scotland. Among other things he owns a Scottish island, lives in a Scottish castle, has had Robert Burns’ poetry translated into Punjabi and has vociferously promoted the cultural heritage of Scotland to great public effect. Uniquely, he hit […]

  • Image of the Week: The India Court

    In tracing the history of exhibition design in India, I found this image in the V&A archives. Arguably the first “trade fair” ever to exhibit the work of Indian craftsmen, artists and makers in an international setting, the Indian Court at the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations held in the […]

  • Image of the Week: Anish Kapoor

    Excuse me if I sound silly saying this, but the Royal Academy retrospective of Anish Kapoor’s work last year, is one exhibition that has changed me forever. For the first time in 40 years the artist brings his work to India. If you are in Mumbai or Delhi reading this, I urge you not to […]