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The Artist and his Backyard

Anuj Daga, ARTIndia Magazine

December, 2018

Ratheesh T.'s oils on canvas at Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke, Mumbai, from the 5th of September to the 20th of November, seem to defiantly guard aspects of life that come to constitute meaning and identity within his immediate community.

Solo Show by Ratheesh T. (News Circuit)

Solo Show by Ratheesh T. (News Circuit)

Reviewed by Rehana Munir, Arts Illustrated

November 20, 2018

To stroll into Ratheesh T's exhibition is to walk into a maze of delights and surprises. If this doesn't sound lofty enough for an art exhibition, the artist wouldn't mind. I know because I had the unexpected pleasure of his company as I browsed. ‘Art is about enjoyment,' he says to me with a big smile. An apt comment on his large canvasses filled with Kerala's lively colours, talkative characters and bustling activity. 

At home in the world

At home in the world

Tejal Pandey

November 9, 2018

Kerala-based artist Ratheesh T.’s new work explores matters of the moment in his richly toned portraits and landscapes, says Tejal Pandey

Life is Long, Indian Art is Cheap

Life is Long, Indian Art is Cheap

Richard C. Morais (Barron Penta Editior)

September 28, 2018

A few years ago, Henry Kaufman, the fabled economist formerly at Salomon Brothers, told me in his crusty German accent that "much in financila markets and life is comparative". 

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