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The Accidental Artist
Published By:
The Herald
Dated On:
11th August 2017

A marketing consultant by profession, Suhasini Kirloskar switched gears and turned her hand to painting full time, partly to cope with an empty nest and mainly to finally pursue her passion for art. She spent her childhood in Mumbai, taking in...

The new faces of our old spaces
Published By:
Herald
Dated On:
13th August 2017

As old structures come under increasing threat, cafe looks at some places (and their owners) that have manahed to reinvent themselves amidst the crisis, breathing new life into the walls and giving themeselves a sense of purpose that highlights...

Imagination on canvas
Published By:
NT Buzz
Dated On:
1st August 2017

Pune based Suhasini Kirloskar, a marketing consultant turned artist is exhibiting her art in Goa for the first time. Her love for abstract art has helped her draw her imagination on the canvas.

Suhasini has always appreciated art, however...

Expressing her visions on canvas
Published By:
The Goan
Dated On:
27th July 2017

Suhasini Kirloskar, a self taught abstract artist from Pune will be exhibiting her works of art titled Lost and Found Vistas at the Carpe Diem Art Gallery in Majorda between August 1-13.

Lost and Found Vistas, she says, is a collection...

Breaking away from taboos on menstruation
Published By:
Herald
Dated On:
12th July 2017

Boondh Sustainable Menstruation presents The Crimson Wave, an exhibition of art about and with menstrual blood. Cafe learns more about changing perspectives about menstruation through the exhibition, which is currently underway at Carpe Diem,...

Boondh
Published By:
NT Buzz
Dated On:
11th July 2017

A travelling art exhibition titled 'The Crimson Wave' (TCW) has been organised by social enterprise, with Carpe Diem Art Gallery, Majorda. The exhibition will be open to public viewing till July 16.

Co-founder of Boondh, Bharti Kanna said...

Beauty in its barest form
Published By:
Herald
Dated On:
9th June 2017

When an artist puts up a solo painting exhibition in Goa featuring 25 frames of just nudes, uoy tend to sit up and take notice. However, the USA based, NRI artist Susan Alice Lobo has no intention to titillate.  In a brief interview with the cafe...

Portraying Nudity As Beauty
Published By:
NT Buzz
Dated On:
8th June 2017

Q. Why did you title your upcoming exhibition at Carpe Diem as 'Alice's Wonderland'?
My name is Susan Alice. I felt that when I am portraying a woman form in my paintings, I did not want people to understand it as being an...

Alice In Wonderland
Published By:
The Goan
Dated On:
8th June 2017

TG-Life: When did you start painting? Did you paint as a child, in school, college?
Susan: I began officially painting only in 2001. However, I began as a child and won...

Pravah... The Journey of Creation
Published By:
Navhind Times
Dated On:
1st March 2017

Carpe Diem Art Gallery, Majorda was host toan exhibition titled, 'Pravah... The Journey of Creation' showcasing works by four artists from Delhi -  Swati Joshi Phatak, Kamaldeep Kaur, Manish Mehra and Puniti Lachchwani. The exhibition was held in...

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