Making Sense Of Security

Making Sense Of Security

Making Sense Of Security

One Piece by Najmun Nahar Keya: The Spell Song

Frozen Song: Najmun Nahar Keya - The Daily Star

Frozen Song: Najmun Nahar Keya - The Daily Star

Frozen Song curated by Najmun Nahar Keya

The News International | Fire in the Soil

The News International | Fire in the Soil

Artnet News | Baltimore Artist Mequitta Ahuja on How Her New Exhibition is an Ode to Motherhood and Loss

Artnet News | Baltimore Artist Mequitta Ahuja on How Her New Exhibition is an Ode to Motherhood and Loss

January 11, 2021

The New York Times | 3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

The New York Times | 3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

Sonja Ferlov Mancoba | Ernest Mancoba

Cornell Business Review: Fall 2020 | Observing the Art World from Six Feet Away

Cornell Business Review: Fall 2020 | Observing the Art World from Six Feet Away

artdaily.org | Solo Exhibition of the Early Work of Seasoned New York Artist Natvar Bhavsar Opens at Aicon Art

artdaily.org | Solo Exhibition of the Early Work of Seasoned New York Artist Natvar Bhavsar Opens at Aicon Art

Natvar Bhavsar | Sublime Lights

Avishek Sen’s New York solo ‘reframes’ the conversation between man and nature

The Indian Express

07/16/2020

Can art foretell the future of humanity?

Can art foretell the future of humanity?

07/10/2020

Rising South

Rising South

Design Anthology Magazine

The Attenborough Panels | Untitled (After "Gandhi")

The Attenborough Panels | Untitled (After "Gandhi")

Art Dose

04/14/2020

Katja Larsson | Wall Street International

Katja Larsson | Wall Street International

A Tale Of One City Breathe New Life To An Ageing City Through Kintsugi And Wabi-Sabi

A Tale Of One City Breathe New Life To An Ageing City Through Kintsugi And Wabi-Sabi

MASH India

ArtForum Critics Picks | Debanjan Roy

ArtForum Critics Picks | Debanjan Roy

October 11, 2019

New York Times | The Many Faces of Gandhi

New York Times | The Many Faces of Gandhi

Two exhibitions look at how Gandhi’s image has been appropriated, even by forces completely antithetical to his message.

October 11, 2019

Two exhibitions in the US explore the legacy and fragility of Gandhi

Two exhibitions in the US explore the legacy and fragility of Gandhi

News India Times

October 3, 2019

Gandhi Jayanti 2019: Artists across generations find ways to connect with, question Bapu through their work

Gandhi Jayanti 2019: Artists across generations find ways to connect with, question Bapu through their work

Indian Express

October 2, 2019

ARTFORUM: Alpesh Kantilal Patel on Natvar Bhavsar

ARTFORUM: Alpesh Kantilal Patel on Natvar Bhavsar

"There’s something about the sonorousness of the
language and the richness of his color fields that connects somehow. Overall, Bhavsar’s
works bring out color’s metaphysical aspects and, via his use of raw pigment, its profound
physicality."

Hyperallergic Review

Hyperallergic Review

Rekha Rodwittiya | The Rituals of Memory: Personal Folklores and Other Tales

02/18/2016

"Rekha Rodwittiya’s iconic female figures loom large. An amalgamation of Indian classical and tribal images, Rodwittiya’s asexual goddesses evade easy categorization. Currently in her solo exhibition Rituals of Memory at Aicon Gallery, they command an uncanny presence and beg scrutiny."http://hyperallergic.com/276736/talismanic-and-tenacious-goddesses-that-resist-femininity/

The American Bazaar

The American Bazaar

Rekha Rodwittiya | The Rituals of Memory: Personal Folklores and Other Tales

02/04/2016

"Prominent Baroda-based feminist artist Rekha Rodwittiya, who is the founder of The Collective Studio Baroda, is back here after two decades with a major exhibition at the Aicon Gallery, ‘The Rituals of Memory: Personal Folklores and Other Tales’, which runs from Feb. 4 through Feb. 27th."

Boston Globe Feature

Boston Globe Feature

Anila Quayyum Agha at the Peabody Essex Museum

01/30/2016

International Gallerie Profile

International Gallerie Profile

Salman Toor | Resident Alien

12/01/2015

"New York City has facilitated my cobbling together of seemingly divergent understandings of developing societies seething in turmoil, along with the microcosms of cultures like Brooklyn’s art scene. Since I left Lahore, my work has developed in more abstract directions in order to host and superimpose imagined narratives and homelands in which personal and global concerns intersect.”

Asian Art News Feature

Asian Art News Feature

Debnajan Roy | The Altar of Convenience

01/15/2014

"Alternately playfully irreverent and hauntingly solemn, these sculptures all ultimately speak to the ongoing social and ecological crises that continue to unfold not only in increasingly commodifying consumer societies such as India and China but on a global scale."