Shona Adhikari

Shona Adhikari
The writer is an author and a former art gallery owner
My Stories
  • Jun 28 2015, 1931

    Over the past few years, there has been considerable news relating to the discovery of artworks looted during the Nazi regime. A large number of these had been confiscated

  • Jun 21 2015, 1941

    Art as a course of study has slowly but surely moved from being a written-off field to become popular. As a result art schools and institutes

  • Jun 15 2015, 0026

    Those familiar with Mumbai artist PR Narvekar’s work will agree that he has a very definite style of his own. To my mind his elongated and graceful figures

  • Jun 07 2015, 2001

    Major auction houses Christie’s and Bonham’s continue to focus on the works of Indian painters, a trend that appears to be increasing steadily. As recently as March 18, Amrita Sher-Gil’s self portrait was sold for $3 million at Sotheby’s modern and contemporary South Asian art sale.

  • May 31 2015, 1946

    Installations are rapidly becoming popular both among the artists as well as the connoisseurs. For artists it is a way to incorporate three-dimensional depth to their projects and viewers