Is A Top Art School Worth It?

Making art is hard. Making it as an artist is even harder. We can’t all grow up as precocious prodigies who know how to mix colours by the age of eight and have gallery representation and a spread in Art India at 16. Some of us actually have to go to art school (or teach ourselves). […]

In Loving Memory Of Baby Okja

RIP Baby Okja (1 June 2017 – 5 Jan 2019) You spread so much love and joy. You came into our lives so beautiful and smart. My dear and sweet companion I loved you from the start. Your time with us was far too short. My beloved you will always live in our memories and […]

Our Browser History Is The New Memoir

In Kenneth Goldsmith’s Wasting Time on the Internet, he writes that “Our Browser History Is the New Memoir”: If you want to know anything about me, what I was thinking, what I was interested in, exactly what I did or was going to do, check out my browser history: my passions, my hatreds, my crushes, […]

Creativity Equals Downtime

Creativity = Downtime I’ve had a terribly busy year so far (the kind where I can’t even remember if I brushed my teeth or not so I brush again just in case) and have felt the need to recharge my depleted creative batteries as I’ve just started work on a new series of paintings along […]

13 Ways To Keep The Child Inside You Alive

You and I both know what it is like to be a child. After all, we’ve been there once! But do you ever wish you could go back to being a child? I do. Who wouldn’t want to be carefree and optimistic right? As grown ups, we burden ourselves with jobs, EMIs, paying bills, worrying […]