Baroque paper wigs

Baroque paper wigs Asya Kozina‘s ‘baroque paper wigs’ reappropriate the wild hairstyles of victorian-era. The artist creates her eccentric wigs from standard Whatman paper bought from an ordinary stationary shop. Work with white paper has become the artist’s signature mode of expression, and it is the only material with which she can experiment tirelessly. Kozina [...]

Indian dance in Udaipur

Udaipur, a most beautiful city in Rajastan, has so much to offer; after my Indian cooking class, which I had already written a post about, I rushed over to the Haveli Museum, where every evening takes place a performance of Indian dance in the atrium of this old museum. It’s atmosphere is quite mystic The [...]