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A CAMPURSARI-STYLE SONGWRITER – Didi Kempot, the minstrel of broken hearts

A brilliant musical creator among the bitterness of love By telling stories, he was the first to connect how a broken heart hurts. The Ambyar generation is relate to this famous Indonesian singer. He has written nearly 700 songs in his native Javanese language. His musical lyrics were writ in Javanese. More than using a style, Didi Kempot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xo9egupmgoE expressed …

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CHINESE BRUSHES AND WESTERN VISUAL CONVENTIONS – Lee Man Fong, the painter who lived among experiments, reflections and corrections

Lit subjects, vigorous brushstrokes and rich colors From the age of 16, he learned the techniques of oil painting and his first oil painting of 1929 showed an aptitude for perspective. The work of Lee Man Fong http://www.artnet.com/artists/lee-man-fong/, an Indonesian painter of Chinese descent, fuses Chinese ink painting with 17th-century Dutch paintings. His elegant representations of the Balinese people focused …

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INDIA, WHERE WHAT IS CREATIVES GENERATES ITSELF – If talent is the improvement of something that is already there

You do not buy it, nor do you learn: talent in India it is possessed If you are looking for colours, flavours & timelessness, choose your destination and the best places to visit in the state of Karnataka https://www.kstdc.co/blog/karnataka-top-15-destinations-and-places-to-visit/. In the south-west of India, bathed by the Arabian Sea, in the south-west you will find the magnificent Mysore temples. Hampi, …

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FROM MUMBAI TO MYSORE, BETWEEN PANI PURIS AND NANDI HILLS – A simple way to show respect and say hello: namaste, go for it

Into an harmonious country, where do not worry about safety If you are looking for colours, flavours & timelessness, choose your destination and the best places to visit in the state of Karnataka https://www.kstdc.co/blog/karnataka-top-15-destinations-and-places-to-visit/. In the south-west of India, bathed by the Arabian Sea, in the south-west you will find the magnificent Mysore temples. Hampi, former capital of the Vijayanagara …

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INDIAN GRAPHICAL TELLERS – Kaveri Gopalakrishnan, an independent comics maker and illustrator

Books that leave an indelible mark on India’s future She loves to explore the influences that her artistic training has on the visual language of comics. A graphic story, or a fun label design, is for Kaveri Gopalakrishnan https://storyweaver.org.in/users/989-kaveri-gopalakrishnan the opportunity to create her mysterious dreams that draw nourishment from two apparently incompatible roots: fantasy and nature. From the invisible …

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THE INVISIBLE PATHS OF HUMAN PRECARITY – The use of photography as a practice of memory

If the universal is the product and synthesis of ordinary things She is a contemporary Indian photographer living in New Delhi. Trained in painting and applied arts, she then transferred her creative interest to photography. In 2011, she was award the most important Canadian prize for photography. https://photopaper.world/produkt/photopaper-23-24-gauri-gill/. After earning a BFA in applied art, as well as a second …

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THE MASABA GUPTA’S ETHNIC WEAR FOR WOMEN – Ethnic wear for women, using silk, chiffon and cotton

A special Indianness, in a very modern context No looking her back, she started design career at the age of 19. Choosing to use her signature cow motif, in 2017, she representing India in an exhibit displaying designs of Levi’s trucker jacket. Masaba Gupta https://www.houseofmasaba.com/ married a film producer in 2015 in a civil ceremony, in late 2018 they announced …

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SUJATA BHATT’S MULTICULTURAL PERSPECTIVES – If language separates you from experience

Physical intensity of writing, where word is the thing itself She is one of the most distinctive of Indian poets writing in English. When she am most deeply absorbed in writing a poem, she feel that translating images, and sounds, such as should be the sweet rhythms: an emotional tone into her words. Her first collection won the Asian Commonwealth …

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WORLD MUSIC AND JAZZ IMPROVISATION – Asha Puthli: Five decades and ten unstoppable success albums

Asha Puthli, a name that is legendary for many reasons Best known for her stirring vocals on free jazz legend, she is one of the most successful Indian vocalists. Born into a Brahmin family and grandson of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, her mother was a homemaker, while her father was a businessperson. From Stratus’ album Fear of Magnetism, Asha Puthli https://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures/asha-puthli returned …

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BRIGHT WATER LANDSCAPES, EXUBERANCE OF STYLE AND VIBRANT COLORS – Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar: Between European modernism, Jain manuscripts and Ajanta Caves

When you have an artistic family background From the very beginning of his life, it has been his aim to be able to express joys and sorrows through colour and line. In 1986, Kattingeri Krishna Hebbar https://www.gallery7.com/artists-work.php?id=NDQ was award the Rayotsava Award from Karnataka State (Karnataka). Leater, he was conferred the Padma Bhushan by Government of India (New Delhi). He …

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