An international favourite is William Kentridge. He displays his work in the theatre form and creates a visual narrative that is aesthetically, politically and culturally balanced. His use of music creates a vibration that awakens one to the pull of the imagination. In the contemporary Indian art scene, Chromatophobia, by LN Tallur, struck me as unique. Tallur puts on a fantastic show with all the right ingredients necessary to cook up some food for thought. There is much to observe in his work — physically, conceptually and aesthetically. History, culture, society are all expressed and made tangible.