Arpana Caur Famous Indian Artists Shows in Kerala

Published on: 08 Mar, 2013
Published under: General Kerala News, Kerala Business News

7 March 2013

Arpama caur a well known and India’s one of the best contemporary artist is showing in Kerala for the first time. Kerala, she says, knows her mother, Ajeet Cour, better than her, through her literary works. Several of Ajeet’s novels have been translated into Malayalam, she says.

Arpana was in Kerala 22 years ago and then, more recently, to draw on the Millennium Canvas, the longest in the world, that was unfurled in Kozhikode. Kerala has been a literary draw for Arpana ever since she first came here. “Every one wants to come here once in a life time,” declares the Delhi-based artist, soaking in the waterfront images of Kochi. Her show, ‘Painting Is Not Dead’ opened at Gallery OED in Mattancherry earlier this week.

Here in Kerala, she is revealing in the beauty of the land. “When I go back I will remember that black boat and the water… the magic of Kerala. The moment will stand out like a gem,” she says looking at the simmering water. The show ‘Painting Is Not Dead’ hosted by Gallery Veda, Chennai, and will conclude on March 23.


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