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Sikh Exhibit at Fresno Art Museum Has Smithsonian Pedigree by DONALD MUNRO
An exhibition that offers a peek into the art and traditions of a culture that has been firmly enmeshed in the Valley's daily life since the 1920s, but that many people still don't know much about.
Auction of Sikh Historical Artifacts MULLOCK'S
The next Mullock's auction of Sikh and Punjab-related historical artifacts includes paintings and miniatures, photographs and plaques, books and pamphlets, documents and ephemera.
The Art of Malkit Singh
by JASMEEN SAINI
Malkit Singh feels blessed. His gratitude finds form on the canvas. His paintings carry deep impressions of memories of his mother and village.
An Illustrated, Online Intro To The Turban by VISHAVJIT SINGH
The latest collection of toons by SikhToons creator now available online, free! - explaining the significance of the Sikh turban in a post 9/11 world of confusion.
A Burst of Laughter:
The Art of Paramjit Singh
by SUKANT DEEPAK
“I don’t paint figures, but you can of course feel their presence through absence,” Paramjit smiles. Between the sketches of a girl from Norway and those of mountains, Ghalib comes alive.
Her Father's Daughter: The Resurrection of Naresh Singh by PARUL BAJAJ
A full-time photographer, Naresh Singh’s main subject of work was the nude, and his bold compositions that looked like paintings were a fine blend of art with technique.
The Gold Mohur From Ranjit Singh's Reign by SHYAM BHATIA
A mystery buyer has paid more than £10,000 (Rs 800,000) for the gold coin from Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s reign that was auctioned in the United Kingdom earlier in the week.
The Phulkari Tradition by SWATI RAI
A traditional Punjabi song goes as follows: The Phulkari is a token of a mother’s labour of love;/ Fortunate are those who get this bittersweet pleasure.
Sikh Historical Artefacts Back on Auction Block MULLOCK`S
Important documents from the collection of Sir John Login, Duleep Singh's English tutor, guardian and the main instrument of British deviousness unleashed on the child, will also go under the hammer.
Sikh-Indian Wins Grange Photography Prize by JAMES ADAMS
She prevailed over three other finalists to take Canada’s largest photography prize and the only major Canadian art laurel to be selected by public vote. A total of more than 12,000 individuals cast votes to select the winner.