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Performance of the formless: An artist’s quest for originality

Mumbai-based sculptor and artist Tyrell Valladares believes that art is about breaking new experimental ground. This is something he has done in his own creative practice, by making sculptures...

Why we shouldn’t shut up about #METOO

Has everybody forgiven, forgotten, and got on with life? The naming and shaming during...

Government of Meghalaya launches state’s own OTT platform, Hello Meghalaya

In a bid to promote language and culture, the Government of Meghalaya has launched...

Skin longevity: A core aspect of beauty through the ages

Skin longevity, the ability of skin to maintain its youthful appearance and health over...

Books by the Rooftop App Teach Traditional Indian Folk Arts

With numerous cultural art forms unique to its different regions and peoples, India has...

Performance of the formless: An artist’s quest for originality

Mumbai-based sculptor and artist Tyrell Valladares believes that art is about breaking new experimental ground. This is something he has done in his own...

A master engraver introduces the world to the Mexican way of life

One of Mexico’s most prominent contemporary artists, Joel Rendón is globally known for his part-primitive, part-modern style of engraving. A new exhibition in Delhi...

Art of living: Beyond the usual templates of luxury

When it comes to home design, we need to think beyond extravagant symbols of luxury, and make use of design principles that are sustainable...

Souza as we never knew him: Paintings from the eventful ’40s part of new show

One of India’s greatest modernists, Francis Newton Souza is celebrated the world over for his multimillion-dollar nudes. But a series of shows featuring his...

DIY art as a tool to educate children and raise environmental awareness­­

Long before the do-it-yourself concept became a phenomenon on the Internet, artist Harun Robert introduced ’90s kids to the idea on television. Professionally known...

Sachida Nagdev was an experimental artist who remained true to his roots

A new retrospective of the late Sachida Nagdev is now on view at Delhi’s IGNCA, featuring around 150 paintings by the artist who created...

On Ganesh Pyne’s creative links with Rembrandt, Abanindranath and Chagall

A new book on the Indian modernist  Ganesh Pyne, who died in 2013, throws into sharp relief previously unknown aspects of his life and...

This exhibtion merges the global wars and cinematic traditions

K.M. Madhusudhanan’s solo exhibition, entitled Granite Lamp & Mirror, includes oil paintings, sculptures, and ink and charcoal drawings, produced by the artist in the...

An art collective is touring Africa to showcase the beauty of the continent

As we speak over the phone, artist Shikhant Sablania says he is now in Zambia, gearing up for his 52nd day of the 200-day...

A design project that breathes new life into Delhi’s neighbourhood shops

kirana or neighbourhood retail stores, confectioneries and other small businesses continue to thrive in urban, semi-urban and rural areas across India. Despite the growth...

An exhibition that celebrates the subtle yet impactful beauty of minimalism

Maximising the Minimal, the ongoing show at Mumbai’s Tao Art Gallery, features artworks by 18 Indian painters, both young and old, who found inspiration...

Artists who found inspiration in urban dust heaps and human wastelands

Can the rubbish heap be seen as a subject fit for art? Two new exhibitions, currently on at separate venues in Delhi and Mumbai,...

Retracing the creative links between India and Greece

Born in 1977 in Jharkhand, India, acclaimed artist Dr Rekha K. Rana has over 50 exhibitions to her credit. In her latest show, on view...

Satyajit Ray’s ‘photo biographer’, Nemai Ghosh remembers his mentor and muse

Acclaimed photographer Nemai Ghosh dedicated over 25 years of his career photographing the filmmaker Satyajit Ray. His photos of Ray are now the focus...

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