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Nov 08, 2019
It's time to take down the Mona Lisa for the sake of the Louvre, art and millions of aficionadosIt is time for the Louvre to admit defeat. It is time for the Mona Lisa to go
Nov 04, 2019
Of Rembrandt, his artistic style, and ambition, amidst budding Indo-Dutch relations of the 17th centuryA new exhibition at the CSMVS in Mumbai titled India and the Netherlands in the Age of Rembrandt explores the artistic dialogue and cultural influence between the countries during the 17 century.
Nov 02, 2019
Adeela Suleman's Karachi Biennale exhibit destroyed: Questions abound over shocking vandalismFor her exhibit, Adeela Suleman had installed 444 concrete pillars symbolising the number of extrajudicial killings allegedly carried out between 2011 and 2018 by senior superintendent of Sindh police, Rao Anwar.
Oct 26, 2019
Indian art world's #MeToo reckoning: Forging an equitable future demands a sisterhood of feminist killjoysAt this crucial moment, sisterhood, through solidarity, is the only ethical force that can truly serve as worthy resistance to the art world’s unchecked oppressiveness.
Oct 25, 2019
Indian art world's #MeToo reckoning: Toxic patriarchal conditioning must be dismantled for true changePatriarchal conditioning runs so deep within the Indian art world’s capitalist subconscious, it seems foundational to its identity. The ensuing void that exists in the place of empathy contributes to the industry’s toxicity.
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.