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Mela Phulkari III
JAIDEEP DEO BHANJ
‘1469’ - a concept that celebrates the creative energy of Punjab.
“It’s about abstract concepts, beliefs, feelings or emotions that made me gravitate towards abstraction …”
Ancient Traditions of Allegorical Miniature Painting Portray Contemporary Events:
Amrit & Rabindra Kaur Singh
The Singh Twins subvert contemporary art world expectations.
Call For Artist Submissions For Ontario Sikh Heritage Month, April 2016:
Monday, January 18
Home to one of the largest Sikh communities outside of Punjab.
The Amritsari Sisters Who Posed For Amrita Shergil’s Iconic ‘Three Girls’ NIRUPAMA DUTT
The models were Beant Kaur, Nirvair Kaur and Gurbhajan Kaur.
Suvi Kaur Bains’ Photo Exhibit on ‘Kesh’ LARISSA CAHUTE
She had never seen a man outside her immediate family remove his turban.
Lines of Distinction:
The Art & Spirit of K.P. Singh
A new exhibit: "K.P. Singh in Color: Selected Prints and Drawings."
The Artistic Face Of Modern Britain:
The Singh Twins
The only British artists, aside from Henry Moore, to have a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Modern Art, in New Delhi.
(Mis)Interpretation: Sikh Feminisms In Representations, Texts & Lived Realities:
A Sikh Feminist Ethnographic Exhibit
SATWINDER KAUR BAINS
Sikh Women: not just interlocutors but vital meaning makers of the Faith.
Marriage of Music & Visual Art:
Kamaljeet Kaur Ahluwalia
An Interview by PRANAY REDDY
I’ll be exploring the Raags from the Sikh Scripture as my Sikhi has been one of the constant threads ...