Exploring the visualisations of Radha and Krishna in Ravi Varma’s versatile work.
Venus as a recurring subject in Sandro Botticelli’s following work.
Emil Nolde’s reimagining of The Last Supper into an expressionist painting, worthy of a comparative analysis.
1. Where are the clowns?
2. Where are the lights?
3. Where are the people?
Clicked at – The Royal Opera House, Sydney
Finding Australian aboriginal art and such a fine example of Portraiture at one of the primary International Hubs of performance art proved to be an instance of the intermingling of one form of art beautifying the other; much like in film.
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After going through patterns of days, familiarising myself with hotels, internalizing symmetries – broken and created by art and witnessing landscapes punctuated with flowers ; leaving comes with a little heartache. While aircrafts glistening through sunsets, floating above clouds and zigzagging their way through their ascent & descent felt like a tiresome job during the time I was here; now they feel more homely.
Though currencies change and faces keep shifting, scents, sorrows, sunsets and sighs are carried across borders. I certainly wish I could carry my hotel key with me at all times, and access it when the city that I call home starts feeling more alien than foreign lands and unfamiliar spaces.
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