We speak to veteran artists Pushpamala N, Nikhil Chopra, Neha Choksi and Sajan Mani who express through performance an art-form that is so powerful and unconventional that not only does it challenge the artist but makes the audience view art with a whole new perspective.
Over the years, Rohit Chawla has photographed silent yet extremely powerful portraits; he shares his thoughts on what goes on to capture a moment from flying away in his brilliant series, The Quiet Portrait.
The Book Thief announced him as a literary force and Markus Zusak’s sequel, The Bridge of Clay has taken 13 years but was definitely worth the wait. In delightful simplicity, he tells us about his relationship with the word.
He Said Let Us Not Use Names, and instead, Karan Kumar Sachdev traced the story of a man who loved the mountains and meditating with the universe in a rich, faceless visual narration like you've never seen.
Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar talks about her next, Gully Boy, one of the most anticipated films of the year.
Vir Das gets candid with his one-liners, tells us what Losing It really means, and how excited he is about his first American production.
Beyond the biggies we find the fiercest art talent in Avani Rai, Lallan and Sitaram Swain, feature an extract from Chitra Banerjee's very important book, The Forest of Enchantments, and present some very powerful new profiles.
We are excited about 2019, as we at Platform are getting ready to contribute beyond print. We will unravel and disclose as and when the door is ready to open. Till then enjoy the read…