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Oct 12, 2019
Tickets from Aarey: Mumbai artist's initiative is a reminder of the cost of developmentVikram Dhembare turns fallen leaves from Mumbai's Aarey Colony into art to raise awareness about climate change and try and save the remaining trees.
Oct 01, 2019
Artist Subodh Gupta files defamation suit in Delhi HC against anonymous social media account that raised #MeToo allegations in 2018Subodh Gupta files defamation suit against the Instagram handle @herdsceneand which had named him in anonymous #MeToo accounts
Sep 21, 2019
The Stories in My Life: Amid changing times, a tale about a music teacher's commitment to perfection, by Alice MunroEvery year, Miss Marsalles has a party — an annual recital presented by her little students — which is a tiresome and tedious affair for her invitees, for she is a relic of a vanished era. But this time, one performance changes how her invitees perceive her work | Neelam Saran Gour writes in this edition of The Stories in My Life
Sep 16, 2019
Delhi's Jamia Nagar has long been perceived as a 'Muslim ghetto' — a label new art initiatives are interrogatingTucked away in a congested south Delhi neighbourhood, Gallery Magenta in Jamia Nagar is anything but a typical big city art space. It does not host elaborate opening previews, where wine and finger food are generously served.
Sep 10, 2019
Megha Rao on her new book Music to Flame Lilies, 'art for life’s sake' and the moral responsibility of artistsMegha Rao is a 23-year-old author, poet and artist who has recently released her third novel Music to Flame Lilies. In an interview with Firstpost, Rao talks about the book, and the power of art to save and uplift lives.
Sep 05, 2019
The Antiquities and Art Treasures Act ails India's tangible heritage; is the 2017 draft bill constructive?In India, the Antiquities and Art Treasures Act, 1972, was formulated at a time when there was a need for it — the reserves of certain museums in Britain continued to swell, while the country struggled to protect its own fabled jewels and antiquities. Therefore, the act was based on protectionism. However, it is no longer serving its purpose.
Jul 31, 2019
The Madras Art Movement is back in focus with a much-needed retrospective; but why was it sidelined for so long?The Madras Art Movement heralded a new paradigm in modern Indian art. Why has the story of Indian art history then not featured it quite as prominently as other art movements?
Jul 12, 2019
Japonaiserie and Van Gogh: Influence of Japanese art on the painter's style is subject of a new documentaryVan Gogh re-created Japanese ukiyo-e prints and elements of the art form seeped into his own style. He began to see Japonisme in various aspects of his life once he moved to South France
Jul 11, 2019
Beyond the line: 30 years on, Nasreen Mohamedi's work continues to mystify with its minimalistic, sensory approachThe exhibition at Mumbai’s Chatterjee & Lal gallery traces Nasreen Mohamedi’s shift towards a sparse form of abstraction, which coincided with her struggle with a fatal illness.
Jul 05, 2019
Mutarerium: Art exhibition in Mumbai decentres humans from ecological narrative, warns of imminent extinctionMumbai Art Room showcases Mutarerium, which focuses on decentering the human from the broad ecological narrative, warns against human extinction and calls for protecting the environment.