Designer-turned-entrepreneur Srila Chatterjee's Baro Market has curated a special range of film posters to pay tribute to the legendary director Satyajit Ray on his 100th birth anniversary.
Make Art for Mumbai’s Mangroves is a part of a series of dynamic and creative programmes conceptualised by the Ministry of Mumbai’s Magic to create a conversation around Mumbai’s rich wetlands and drive citizen action in favour of Mumbai’s rich biodiversity.
What's the connection between LSD and bicycles? 12 artists take viewers on a psychedelic two-wheeler trip
This Bicycle Day, 12 Indian artists take inspiration from the culture built around the controversial substance and celebrate it with their art. The works will be printed on perforated blotting paper, as a homage to the medium through which the substance is consumed. The exhibition started on 16 April and will continue till 30 April in Method, Bandra (Mumbai).
The Nail House: Themes of loss, belongingness attached to crumbling city habitats explored in a photo exhibition
A nail house is a term that refers to homes where residents refuse to vacate and abandon their premises despite the pressure from builder sharks, thugs and corrupt officials. The guise of re-development, and the lure of a new square foot area, couples with coercion and intimidation. A loner, a family might dig their heels into their stand-alone and crumbling habitats. Eventually, time swallows the grit and determination to hold on.
The Corona Quilt Project presents a diversity of experiences, celebrating the strength and the resilience of people.
Biodiversity by the Bay: Festival's virtual exhibit features artists' vibrant reflections on Mumbai's ecosystem
The festival ran from 5 October to 25 October and was made up of the three elements of music, art and comedy that would highlight the issues faced by Mumbai's biodiversity.
St+art India creates mural at Mumbai's Mahim Junction in honour of the city's frontline workers in COVID-19 fight
Located on an expansive facade of the Mahim railway station, the mural celebrates the ‘Heroes of Mumbai’ - who have braved adversity and put their own lives at risk to make sure that we are safe.
St+art Chennai 2020: With thematic murals, community workshops, the city gets its first art district
The art district will be set up in with murals, community workshops and curated tours, in Kannagi Nagar, under the purview of St+art Chennai 2020 – the foundation’s first urban arts festival in the city.
From Gandhi's newsletter to calendar dedicated to Bose, collectibles from Indian freedom struggle to be auctioned online
The auction has a range of books authored by Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Subhas Chandra Bose, Hugh Toye amongst well-known editors like Pyarelal, Amal Home and Bankim Chandra Sen.
Caesura/Continuum: Artist Raj Shahani's first solo exhibit captures the movement and physicality of dancers in motion
Raj Shahani's sculptures are said to be inspired by the lyrical movements of the human body and a sensitive and detailed observation of dancers in motion.
Beginning with the first significant set of acquisitions of numerous works of art from the 1950s and 1960s, in the course of time, the Farnesina Collection has grown to become one of the largest of contemporary Italian art in the world.
Bosshard preceded many photographers including Henri Cartier-Bresson who would come to India in the 1940s to take pictures of the Mahatma
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Gauri Gill depicts everyday lives of an Adivasi village in Maharashtra using masks
Gauri Gill's 'Acts of Appearance' assumed its form within a village of Adivasi paper mache artists from the Kokna tribe in Jawhar district of Maharashtra.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Catherine Leutenegger captures Rochester, Kodak's headquarters, after the company's decline
Swiss photographer Catherine Leutenegger’s 'Kodak City' series, reveals what remains of Kodak as a business and the ways in which the decline of the company impacted the city of Rochester.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Manit Sriwanichpoom looks at Thai struggle for democracy through the lens of oblivion
Thai photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom's Horror in Pink is a retrospective of the blood-soaked milestones in the long Thai struggle for democracy, looked through the lens of apathy and oblivion.
Property of a Gentleman, Stamps from the Nizam of Hyderabad’s Dominions looks back at India's postal heritage
The stamps from the exhibit — Property of a Gentleman: Stamps from the Nizam of Hyderabad’s Dominions — were not only created for practical use but also as a way of celebrating the material heritage and culture of the region.
Iranian artist and photographer Shadi Ghadirian's exhibition 'Ctrl+Alt+Del' represents today's modern woman through computer icons.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Armin Linke's works depict how socio-economic forces shape spaces, objects
The artist and filmmaker Armin Linke is internationally renowned for his photographs and expansive archive, in which he documents the rapid changes occurring at the earth’s surface both photographically and in moving images.
In the Absence of Writing: Astha Butail's new exhibition features installations inspired by ancient traditions of oral poetry
Astha Butail's exhibition is heavily inspired by her observations recorded during her study of the Indian Vedas, Zoroastrian Avesta and Jewish Oral Torah