When I was of an impressionable age I read The Agony and the Ecstasy, a biographical novel on Michelangelo by the American author Irving Stone. No doubt I was fascinated. A few years ago we visited the Vatican and took guided walking tours of the Colosseum, the Vatican and other sights in Rome. The girl who guided … Continue reading Art Rivalry-Da Vinci Michelangelo Raphael
We visited the Biennale 2014, two years earlier at Kochi, The art installations were amazing and the imagination of the artists was incredible. The Aspinwall, with the major installations, is an old abandoned sea facing Mansion, a property of an Englishman who came to Kochi in the spices trade. The first installation we encountered was … Continue reading Kochi Muziris Biennale 2014: Whorled exploration through the eyes of a non-artist
This was the second Kochi Muziris Biennale that we were visiting. This art festival is held every two years in the old Cochin island and attracts artists from all over the country and the world. We had the joy of visiting this 2016 version, while two years earlier we had visited the 2014 Biennale. My … Continue reading Kochi Muziris Biennale 2016: Artist’s delight
The animation movie "Inside Out", Disney Pixar, was sheer genius, Ideation on the working of the mind of a little girl Riley! The characters in the film are not the girl or her friends, but her five emotions: Joy (the heroine), Sadness (the villainous turning heroine), Anger, Fear and Disgust. These emotions fight it out within her mind while the … Continue reading Inside Out on Creativity!