By Kiran Wood On May 14,2016
Sareena Khemka’s mixed media work provides a thought provoking narrative about the cities we live in. Inspired by the contradictions, challenges and beauty of our urban environments, she is a....
Sareena Khemka’s mixed media work provides a thought provoking narrative about the cities we live in. Inspired by the contradictions, challenges and beauty of our urban environments, she is also comments on architecture and the role it plays in our lives. Here, she talks frankly to Full Picture Art about her influences, what’s wrong with architecture in India today, and her hopes for Indian contemporary art.Read More
An edited version of this article appeared in Ideal Home & Garden Magazine (India) in April 2016.
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