Author Archives: Natasha ARORA

PICASSO & Other Happy Truths

The older I become the more I am taking note of the fleeting passage of time. It was well over four months ago when I first visited the Picasso exhibit at the AGO’s media preview. It had been a great … Continue reading

Major Works by PICASSO Arrive at AGO

On 24 April, I attended the much anticipated preview of Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris at the Art Gallery of Ontario. A selection of 147 works from the artist’s personal collection held at the Musée in Paris ranging … Continue reading

My Afterthoughts: India’s Ferns ‘N’ Petals

This story is an ode to entrepreneurship and refutes the idea that the corporate machine, in this case, Ferns ‘N’ Petals, the much preferred go-to shop for fresh flowers and floral arrangements across India, is any better because of its omnipresence than … Continue reading

My Afterthoughts: Riding the Delhi Metro

After countless years of widespread disruption to the daily commute of residents and tourists motoring on its roads, the city of Delhi has finally welcomed the DMRC-Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. Phases I and II were completed just prior to the … Continue reading

My Afterthoughts: India Art Fair, Delhi

The fourth edition of the increasingly popular India Art Fair opened with a bang in New Delhi at the end of January. For the VIP crowd of gallerists, artists, journalists, ever-important art patrons, dealers, and Delhiite hipsters, the preview a day … Continue reading