Room one of the South London gallery has become a disaster site. Cardboard walls crumple in, hollow bricks litter the floor, and painted bullet holes spray across the room. 426 more words
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Naturally, when one speaks of love, then one – consciously or not – conjures the terrifying inevitability of grief. It is grief, one could argue, that makes love even possible. 501 more words
It sits beneath a hill, hard up against a dramatic sandstone wall. 1,631 more words
MUHAMMED NOUSHAD remembers the indescribable solace the first Kochi-Muziris Biennale of 2012 offered to the soul. Photographs by NIYAS HUSSAIN.
In the classic tradition, every great work of art quintessentially offers a refuge in peace, and a profoundly personal and yet universal spirit. 1,135 more words