Category Archives: Visual Art

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

Many times we get used to the known things and lose their meanings.  Here you will find new meaning to old wine. OOPS! I mean the nursery rhyme ! Still it rhymes with wine! A funny version of the old thin!   Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are? No you’re neither little nor wonder […]

OutsideIn at Bethlem Gallery, Stratford East

Last so many years “Outside In” an art organisation that has come to be known as the unique organisation that looks for those art and artists who have missed the main stream of the venues make venues for such artists. Their latest venture is that they have now created Outside the main stream artists an […]

June 2015 Poems “A Cats Twenty Two”

Catch-22 is a satirical novel by the American author Joseph Heller. He began writing it in 1953; the novel was first published in 1961. So the CoolTan Arts show takes the inspiration of sataricalness and uses the slightly changed name Cats-22 and launch an exhibition in their gallery that looks at the cats and cats […]

Two E-Books about the Street Scenes

Two books have been come out about the street scenes in London. These by Datta Gumaste who never walks out without his camera for last five decades in London and everywhere.     He recently collected some of his photographic adventures in two books in E-Book format. E-Books are easy to browse through and appreciate nowadays. […]

Overloaded The Film

“Overloaded”, The Film Marches On   This film reviewd in our page some two months ago got rave reports from various quarters of the people’s appriciation pool. From trime to time we shall print the various opinions and scale of appriciation from the institutes and individuals. Here is a recent one: The Amazing World of […]