curated glimpse: Light flickers, according to The Chronicle Herald. This is The Flow, an art installation by New Delhi-based artist Subba Ghosh, a work inspired by the world's ongoing refugee crisis, and the millions of people driven from their homes by conflict and poverty. The sound of crashing waves fills your ears. Human displacement, the suffering of refugees and the notion of identity dominated the 2018 India Art Fair, an important platform for contemporary artists that provides a carefully curated glimpse into the South Asian art scene through the years. Paintings, experimental photographs, abstract expressionist art and mixed-media projects pushed the boundaries of form, filling a sprawling fair grounds in the heart of the Indian capital. The themes are universal, the artistic expressions deeply personal. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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