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Apr 07, 2019
Podcast roundup: Our picks for the week, from Black Men Can't Jump to How Did This Get MadeOur lowdown on the best episodes from a selection of podcasts that deserve a listen this week. Ready to tune in?
Mar 23, 2019
With Introspection, her latest art exhibit, Michelle Poonawalla urges us to reflect on news we consumeMichelle Poonawalla's artwork Introspection met with acclaim when it was exhibited at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2019 and was displayed at Alserkal Avenue in Dubai from 18 to 23 March.
Feb 23, 2019
India’s art and history come together through four exhibitions at the Red Fort in DelhiAfter spending years restoring several barracks within the Red Fort, The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has opened the multistorey barracks to the public.
Feb 12, 2019
In Maharashtra's Kalambi village, a charpoy weaver strives to save his art form amidst caste discriminationKhavle has rare skills of weaving handmade charpoys. This art form saw a downfall and eventually reached the verge of extinction in Maharashtra’s Sangli district a decade ago.
Feb 10, 2019
NGMA Mumbai censorship row: Amol Palekar says curator had been instructed not to allow anti-govt remarksVeteran actor and painter Amol Palekar in a press conference at Patrakar Sangh in Pune on Sunday spoke on the incident at NGMA in Mumbai.
Feb 07, 2019
At Kolkata's Pavlov Mental Health Hospital, art offers a unique perspective into the experiences of patientsThe Pavlov Mental Health Hospital is an unusual place for an art exhibit; moreover, an exhibition that is part of the first Kolkata Festival.
Feb 03, 2019
Manisha Gera Baswani’s art installation, documenting artists and stories of Partition, offers something unique — you can take a part of it homeManisha Gera Baswani’s installation ‘Postcards from Home’ is that rare thing, an earthly assemblage in the middle of an otherwise shiny and rigid art fair.
Feb 01, 2019
In Maharashtra's Golavali village, a farmer-artist is inspiring her community to turn scrap into artSharmila Kinjalkar is a farmer, agricultural labourer and a self-taught craftswoman in rural Maharashtra who is turning items of trash into things like lanterns, garlands and dormats
Jan 17, 2019
For the Lamani community, survival in the urban milieu has come at the cost of their craftDeolibai is one of the few older Lamani [known as Banjara in other states] women who have kept the meticulous art form of Banjara embroidery alive.
Jan 11, 2019
Indian Life and People in the 19th Century: JP Losty revisits Company paintings in fascinating new bookSome two hundred years after they were executed, many of these paintings have found their way to collectors Shilpa and Praful Saha, founders of the TAPI Collection, and are now the subject of curator and art historian JP Losty’s catalogue of the same, Indian Life and People in the 19th Century: Company Paintings in the TAPI Collection, published by Roli Books.