Reflections on Contemporary Indian American Art: An Inward Journey

Reflections on Contemporary Indian American Art: An Inward Journey

February 8, 2022 |
Author: Padma Rangaswamy, Co-Founder of National Indo-American Museum (NIAM)
I had always seen myself as a writer and a historian, with no more than a peripheral interest in contemporary art, mainly because I never had the opportunity to delve into it deeply enough to understand its abstract complexities.  That… Read more
Healing through Art: Restoring the Soul

Healing through Art: Restoring the Soul

June 10, 2021 |
Author: Tushar Unadkat, CEO and Creative Director of MUKTA Advertising
Faiz Ahmad Faiz, one of the most illustrious poets of the subcontinent, often wrote about the indomitable spirit of humanity. His poetry evoked that sentiment beautifully, and it came through in his writings through his various political incarcerations. His wife… Read more
Art During the Pandemic Age

Art During the Pandemic Age

December 4, 2020 |
Author: Abhishek Poddar, Founder and Trustee of the Museum of Art & Photography
The pandemic has changed the way we live. People still fear crowded public spaces and it will be a while before we return to life as we knew it. The Museum of Art & Photography decided that we must be… Read more
Our Path to Climate Change

Our Path to Climate Change

June 24, 2020 |
Author: Shefali Mehta, Founder of Open Rivers and Anshul Mathur, Co-Founder of One Resilient Earth
Sharing our personal journeys to working on climate In an earlier post on Indiaspora’s blog, we discussed the value of art and science in building regenerative resilience for individuals and communities in the face of environmental and climate change.  In… Read more