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The best short film -Amar Kaushik’s Aaba

April 9, 2017 | comments

 Aaba which bagged Special  International Jury Prize  for the Best Short Film at 2017 Berline  Film Festival was selected as  the best short film in 64th National Film Awards.      The film was directed by Amar Kaushik and was shot in Arunachal Pradesh. The director expresses his optimism in the future of Indian short

Raza Poetry Biennale

April 9, 2017 | comments

I have seen four kinds of poets in all such festivals held in India ( not outside: there poets know how to present their poems): Poets who write well and read well; poets who write well but read badly, poets who write badly, but read well and poets who write badly and read badly too.

Honolulu Biennial 2017-Mohammed Kazem

April 6, 2017 | comments

Mohammed Kazem (b. 1969) is a conceptual artist from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. He examines aspects of the everyday that are perhaps undervalued. Making sound visible has been a key component of his practice since 1990. In one example he used the seemingly ordinary action of scratching paper/acrylic  with scissors in the work

Mexico – Ancient Cultures

April 5, 2017 | comments

 Vessel with the form of a dog     San Rodrigo Aljojuca, District Chalicomula, 350-550 A.D. Height: 6 cm; width: 12,8 cm Col. Seler, 1912 ID IV Ca 35808 National Museums in Berlin, Ethnological Museum The Fine-Orange vessel has the form of a dog curled up in sleep. Short-legged, hairless dogs were at home in

The Black Tower -Walid Siti

April 4, 2017 | comments

Walid Siti was born in 1954, in the city of Duhok, in Iraqi-Kurdistan. After graduating in 1976 from the Institute of Fine arts in Baghdad, Siti left Iraq to continue his arts education in Ljubljana, Slovenia before seeking political asylum in 1984 in the United Kingdom where he lives and works. Formerly trained in printmaking,

Who Carries the Water

April 3, 2017 | comments

  İz Öztat and Fatma Belkıs Who Carries the Water, 2015/2017 Wood-printed naturally dyed muslin, palm fronds and carobs, mimeograph on silkscreen Reproduced by Sharjah Art Foundation İz Öztat and Fatma Belkıs are collaborators who explore the convergence of water and freedom. Who Carries The Water is derived from the research of Öztat and Belkıs

Avish Khebrehzadeh -Mystery is good

April 3, 2017 | comments

Avish Khebrehzadeh (Iranian, b. 1969) was born in Iran, afterwards lived in Madagascar, United Kingdom, United States, and Italy. Khebrehzadeh’s work strongly reflects a sense of dislocation and agitation resulting from her experiences living in different countries throughout her life. In her work, she calls forth an imagined reality through the use of unusual media such

വിചിത്രജീവിത വിഭാതമേ

March 31, 2017 | comments

നിലാവിന്റെ ദലപുടങ്ങളോരോന്നായ്
കൊഴിഞ്ഞവകോര്‍ത്തു ചുരുളന്‍ കൂന്തലില്‍
തിരുപ്പിടിപ്പിച്ചു മലരിന്‍ മാദകമണം
മുഖത്തിലും മുലത്തടത്തിലും
പുരട്ടിപുഞ്ചിരി പൊഴിഞ്ഞു നില്‍ക്കുമീ
രജനിതന്‍ ചുണ്ടില്‍ വരകള്‍,വര്‍ണങ്ങള്‍.

വിചിത്രജീവിത വിഭാതമേ,മന്യു
വിലങ്ങിനില്‍ക്കാത്ത പ്രഭാതമേ, മൃത്യു-
വറച്ചുനില്‍ക്കുന്ന പ്രകാശമേ,

ഷാര്‍ജ ഫിലിം ഫെസ്റ്റിവല്‍

March 30, 2017 | comments

ഷാര്‍ജ ഇന്ത്യന്‍ അസോസിയേഷന്‍ സംഘടിപ്പിക്കുന്ന നാലാമത് രാജ്യാന്തര ഷോര്‍ട്ട് ഫിലിം ഡോക്യുമെന്റ റി ഫെസ്റ്റിവല്‍ മാര്‍ച്ച് മുപ്പതു മുതല്‍ ഏപ്രില്‍ ഒന്നു വരെ നടക്കും. ഗള്‍ഫ് പനോരമ വിഭാഗത്തില്‍ ഏപ്രില്‍ ഒന്നിന് ഒമര്‍ ഷെരീഫ് സംവിധാനം ചെയ്ത ഒരാള്‍ പ്രദര്‍ശിപ്പിക്കും

Futurefarmers

March 30, 2017 | comments

Seed Mast, 2017 Wooden mast, seeds, rope, glass bottles and SSTV  Sharjah Art  Bienniel 2017 12-March  -to June 12   Venue: Gallery 2, Art Spaces at Al Mureijah Square Futurefarmers is an international collective of artists, activists, farmers and architects. Through various media, they reconfigure or circumvent the prevailing logic of food policy, public transportation and