Author: Dhani Muniz

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A (Not Quite) New Indian Art I by Dhani Muniz

I’ve heard the phrase “I have no country” quite a bit… In a place like Auroville, it’s…

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Hidden Cities – Claire Iono by Dhani Muniz

After a healthy bit of frustration, I recently decided to try and make it a point to…

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The Thing, The Whole Thing, And Nothing But The Thing – Dominique Jacques Bridges The Past and Future

It’s not often, in the largely insular world of modern art, that a work is allowed to…

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Down, To The Crossroads- Adil Writer’s Hunt for The Good Stuff Down, To The Crossroads- Adil Writer’s Hunt for The Good Stuff

Down, To The Crossroads- Adil Writer’s Hunt for The Good Stuff ​“If I said anything sacrilegious, please…

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Several Places At Once- An Installation by Supriya Pava

Installations are the Biggest Deal in the contemporary art world. In terms of both influence and prestige,…

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Sounds Of A Silent Age- Visual Music and Artistic Synthesis

Morton Feldman, the more I dive into his life and work, seems increasingly like a quiet prophet…

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Supriya Pava: A Fresh Take On Environmental Art – Dhani Muniz

Art in itself is a balancing act. But art that attempts to contribute something of worth to…

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Dhani Muniz shares his insights into the connections between visual arts and music

NOTES: OF STAFF & CANVAS Note1 – Back, To A Future-Leaning Past:     Jazz and the visual…

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The Quest For Movement- Why We Need Artistic Criticism in Auroville

The Quest For Movement- Why We Need Artistic Criticism in Auroville What makes a city a city?…