Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Bringing Tribal Hindu Art to Urban Viewers

THE HINDU
One of the works on display at the exhibition titled “Aranyakas — The Enchanted Landscape”.
INDIA---The Kanha Museum of Life and Art at the Singinawa Jungle Lodge in Kanha is a treasure trove of art from the indigenous cultures of Gonds, Bhils and the Baigas. The artworks reveal the free spirit of the forest and depict tribal beliefs about birds, animals and various forms of worship. Titled “Aranyakas — The Enchanted Landscape”, the exhibition was curated by art historian Alka Pande in association with Tulika Kedia, the director of Must Art Gallery. [link]