Ganesh Haloi's new exhibition, Form and Play, offers a pathway into the self-contained world of his art
The overall effect of the exhibition of Ganesh Haloi's works is to make us view the world afresh through the eyes of an artist who refuses to age.
The last day of the 2019 edition of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival featured discussions on food and Gandhi's brand of secularism
Kolkata Literary Festival 2019: A session with Ravish Kumar, panel on modern dating spark discussions on Day 2
The second day at the Kolkata Literary Festival featured conversations about the MeToo movement and magic
Kolkata Literary Festival 2019: Andrew Sean Greer, Shashi Tharoor make for an engaging, electric Day 1
Day 1, featuring Ruchira Gupta, Andrew Sean Greer and Shashi Tharoor among others, made for a stimulating start to the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2019.
The tenth edition of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival will have Ramachandra Guha, Naseeruddin Shah and others discussing subjects like Gandhi, love and Shakespeare
Kicking off Day Three of Jazzfest 2018 was Tubes and Wires from Germany, headed by Niels Klein. With a combination of woodwinds and electronics, they had a completely unique sound.
Jazzfest 2018: On Day 2, Adrien Brandeis, Rohan Ganguli, Jerome Klein showcase an extensive range of sounds and styles
Day 2 of the Jazzfest brought us a wide range of sounds and styles, from the more traditional to the futuristic.
Jazzfest 2018: Mnd Flo sets the tone for Day 1, Ozma and Supergombo impress with their improv skills
Day one of Jazzfest 2018 was filled with conversations about the direction that this musical genre is taking, as well as an energetic afrofunk performance by Supergombo
Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2018: Nayantara Sahgal, Soha Ali Khan, Kiran Nagarkar enthrall audiences
The Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival had something for everyone, from discussions on cinema, the environment and even Lucknowi cuisine | #FirstCulture
Kolkata's Jazz Fest 2017, featuring Erik Truffaz, Amyt Dutta, was a showcase of the genre's experimental potential
Kolkata's Jazz Fest 2017, which featured Erik Truffaz, Miti Adhikari, Riatsu and Kefaya, stood out from other festivals because of its informal, intimate atmosphere
Kolkata's Jazz Fest 2017 brings together popular global acts in contemporary jazz — All you need to know
The Jazzfest usually takes place in the lawns of the Dalhousie institute in Kolkata, and this year will be held on 8, 9, and 10 December.