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NFT - The Digital Craze

With all of the buzz around NFTs and cryptography, it is only fair to clear the air and provide some context so that the next time you hear about NFTs in a conversation, you can add.

Romanticism and Picturesque

The transition from to Romanticism is marked by changes in society that rejected the previous notions of the Enlightenment and Rationalism. Dwell into the fascinating history of Art.

On the Pictures of Rabindranath Tagore

"Then, you will understand, I do not want to spoil my precious book with erasures. So I obliterate my clumsy phrases with little snakes and so on.”

The Artistic Pursuit of Amrita Shergil

"Her quasi-nationalist, quasi-realist sentiments towards rural folk are matched by an aesthete's preference for classical and medieval references in Indian art" - Geeta Kapur

'Master of the mountains' Nicholas Roerich

"Roerich was able to grasp and depict the subtle-most shades, hues and tones of the mountains, and their ethereal transparency… He sensed the subtle spirit and harmony of the mountains"

A First towards collecting art

If you’re reading this then you are probably an art enthusiast and just a beginner at collecting art. Buying art is not so obvious and sounds easy just in theory. The mere volume of art...

Off the Pedestal: Experiments in Indian Sculpture

From enough evidence of the past, at Ellora, Mahabalipuram or Konark for instance, artists have since revealed the spirit of the age through marvels intrinsically chiseled and carved...

What do you mean by internet art?

"Challenges posed by the mediatic structures that now constitute a pervasive counter reality: art must now compete with and steal devices from, cinema, computer the internet...

An Inquiry into Tribal Art and the works of Jivya Soma Mashe

We are bound to question the ascending demand and interest in the tribal arts, because if they were meant to sustain away from urban settlements, how did they come into the picture?

Trends in oil painting (post 1947)

It’s rather surprising to know that oil painting was introduced at a large scale in India only when it was colonized. The oil on canvas style was a genre not delved into by Indian artists.

The scarcity of beauty

Art is subjective, beyond the theories of art interpretation, lies the simple truth, anything that makes you feel, is Art.

A promenade through what Artspace Hissa has been

Hissa is an art initiative that seeks to create, collaborate, and connect with emerging artists in order to serve as a catalyst for the creation of a vibrant and supportive ecosystem

Art Consultation

Want to spruce up your home with exquisite and beautiful art? This is the place for you.

Art Collection

Are you thinking of collecting art? Read up to learn a little more about the why and the how.

Recognized by Reputed Media Houses

What is Hissa?

The name ‘Hissa’ which literally means ‘part’, resonates with the idea of our initiative: be a part of (art). Hissa (हिस्सा) is an art initiative that seeks to create, collaborate and connect with emerging artists thereby becoming a catalyst for initiating a lively and supportive ecosystem that can cater to artistic expressions and lead their work to a broader audience of potential art collectors and enthusiasts.

About Hissa

"The name ‘Hissa’ which means ‘part’, resonates with the idea of our initiative: be a part of (art). Hissa (हिस्सा) is an art initiative that seeks to create, collaborate and connect with budding artists thereby becoming a catalyst for initiating a lively and supportive ecosystem that can cater to artistic expressions and lead their work to a broader audience of potential art collectors and enthusiasts. Hissa Art connects you directly with independent artists around the world, whether you’re an art lover or art curious. Every single art piece at Hissa Art is original, carrying its own unique story. At Hissa Art, we make it our mission to discover the best emerging artists around the world. And, we value the talented artists that we represent. Hissa Art is a future where everyone is moved by art every day. To get there, we’re expanding the online art market to support more artists and art around the world. As a leading online marketplace in India to discover art, buy art, and sell art, Hissa Art believes that the process of buying art should be as brilliant as art itself. Therefore, we’re dedicated to making a welcoming experience that connects collectors with the artists and artworks they love."

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