New Delhi, May 11 (IANS) Three decades after the passing away of a painter-illustrator whose independent ...Read more
If one were to prepare a list of artists around the period of India’s Independence, Brij Mohan Anand’s name is not likely to figure prominently in it.Read more
A self-taught artist, Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986) was a die-hard socialist, who painted to voice his protest. The scribbles made on his scratchboards...Read more
While the proposed Geospatial Information Regulation Bill (or GI Bill) has led to much debate about the Union government’s ...
The national capital no longer experiences the summer drought in the art world as it used to about a decade back when, during this time of the year,..Read more
New Delhi, May 11 : Three decades after the passing away of a painter-illustrator whose independent works mirrored his fiercely anti-establishment spirit, Brij Mohan AnandRead more
Born in 1928, the artist Brij Mohan Anand was greatly informed by the political and social climate around him. Anand grew up in a household of staunch political...
LIONISING THE FEMALE form as an allegorical ‘Mother Humanity’ protecting her children, artist Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986) depicted the arrival of nuclear ...
By Chayanika Joshi New Delhi May 15(UNI) Almost after three decades of the passing away of an unsung painter-illustrator whose independent ...Read more
Brij Mohan Anand never made an attempt to sell his paintings. His work was put together by B M Anand Foundation in association with India ...Read more
There is a striking anecdote from artist Brij Mohan Anand’s (1928-1986) life that writer-biographer Aditi Anand calls to mind. It was December 1972, when Anand — deeply ...Read more
In November 1955, a young artist barged into a reception being hosted by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The reception was in honour ...Read more
Kochi: Select artworks by late modern painter and illustrator, Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986) – an artist whose work registeredRead more
KOCHI:A weekend-long series of street theatre performances organised by the B M Anand Foundation along with Jana Natya Manch (Janam) ...
The creation of an illusion of freedom of speech is one of the more insidious ways to stifle dissent in the society, former Union Minister and Lok Sabha ...Read more
KOCHI: Filmmaker Shaji N Karun inaugurated an exhibition featuring works by artist Brij Mohan Anand in Kochi on Wednesday ...Read more
An imposing Egyptian-style pyramid greets visitors at the entrance to India’s biggest art festival, the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB).Slovenian artist ...Read more
Manch (Janam), one of the oldest street theatre groups from Delhi, is bringing to Kochi a weekend of street plays on the many faces of dissent ...Read more
Evaluating the vitality of New Media, a panel of eminent experts has expressed concern over growing governmental onslaughts ...Read more
Kochi, December 21: To create an illusion of freedom of speech is among the more insidious ways to stifle dissent in society, ...Read more
The image, etched on a scratchboard, was enthralling yet provocative. An eagle gouging out the eyes of a meditating Buddha, while...Read more
Project, inaugurated by award-winning filmmaker, Shaji N. Karun, will run as a collateral project to the Kochi-Muziris ...Read more
Former Union Minister and MP Shashi Tharoor has said that to create an illusion of freedom of speech is among the more insidious ways
Kochi: An exhibition featuring a selection of evocative artworks by rebel artist Brij Mohan Anand (1928-1986) – whose oeuvre stands as a voice of protest ...Read more
New Delhi 17 January 2018: The B. M. Anand Foundation will showcase selected works by anti-establishment, modernist ...
The B. M. Anand Foundation will showcase selected works by anti-establishment, modernist painter and illustrator Brij Mohan Anand, in a specially curated exhibition at India Art Fair ...Read more
The India Art Fair is back for its 10th edition with works from 78 galleries from across the world. If you’re an art enthusiast, we’re pretty sure that the IAF, happening at the NSIC Grounds from Feb 10-12 ...Read more
Carefully selected galleries from across Asia, Europe, South America, the UK and the US will showcase their globally-recognised artists ...Read more
This year’s fair promises to test new ideas with participation from galleries, artists, private foundations, arts charities, artists’ collectives and national institutions ...Read more
TWO REASSURING ADJECTIVES leap out at you from the literature for the upcoming edition of the India Art Fair (IAF)—‘refreshed’ and ‘expanded’— suggesting an infectious energy, an infusion of which the 11-year-old fair, the country’s largest ...Read more
Guest spotted at India Art Fair 2018, Sonia Gandhi, JJ Vallya, Satish Gujral, Vikram Baidyanath, Kalyani Chawla, Karan Thapa, Seema Kholi, Manish Arora and Jas Arora ...Read more
New Delhi, Feb 9 (PTI) The 10th edition of India Art Fair opened here today with a "refreshed and expanded programme" and a continued focus on South Asian arts ...Read more
India Art Fair 2018, the leading platform to discover modern and contemporary art from South Asia will open tonight and run at the NSIC Exhibition Grounds, Okhla, New Delhi, until February 12 ...Read more