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Oct 18, 2019
Jodhpur RIFF 2019 brings together Rajasthani folk legends and global artists in another winning festivalJodhpur RIFF kept its promise of providing an experience like few others in the country and it's clearly going strong on the curation front.
Oct 14, 2019
In exhibition showcasing miniatures of maharajas' costumes, India's rich textile heritage takes centre stageGeeta Khandelwal's exhibition on miniatures of the costumes of maharajas draws on fabrics, patterns, and styles that span over a hundred years (1850-1950).
Oct 11, 2019
Renowned Kathak artiste Nalini Asthana on Benaras gharana's aesthetic, why the classical form has enduredThe renowned Kathak duo from Delhi, Nalini and Kamalini Asthana will be speaking about the nuances of Kathak and its Benaras gharana in a lecture-demonstration on 11 October, 2019 as part of the Utkarsh series set-up by the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai
Oct 09, 2019
Delhi That Was: Photos by Raghu Rai, Madan Mahatta, Habib Rahman hold a prism to the pastDespite having been painfully magnified to reveal the country’s sore veins for decades, Delhi remains — in more ways than one — elusive, eternally mysteriously and distant from both the past and the future. An exhibition of photos from three legendary archives, titled Delhi That Was, offers a similar perspective.
Oct 05, 2019
Waswo X Waswo's latest exhibition dwells in an idealised Rajasthan, but raises questions of race, cultureIn his upcoming exhibition 'Like a Leaf in Autumn', Waswo X Waswo has collaborated with Indian artist R Vijay to produce a set of miniatures, where he examines the self through orientalist history.
Oct 04, 2019
Kamini Sawhney on Bengaluru's Museum of Art and Photography, and how it aims to foster inclusivityBengaluru will play host to the Museum of Art and Photography (MAP) by as early as next year, if all goes as per schedule. It appointed Kamini Sawhney as its first museum director. In a conversation with Firstpost, Sawhney talks about the way ahead for MAP, and how it chooses to not just be a repository of objects.
Sep 29, 2019
At exhibition celebrating Kala Bhavana, questions about guru-shishya tradition, how we frame legaciesCurated by sculptor and Kala Bhavana alumnus KS Radhakrishnan, the exhibition — titled 'Pillars of an Artscape' — is based on portraying the lineage of contributions made by the seven “pillars” of the institute — Rabindranath Tagore, Nandalal Bose, Benode Behari Mukherjee, Ramkinkar Baij, KG Subramanyan, Somnath Hore, and Sarbari Roy Choudhury.
Sep 25, 2019
Subasri Krishnan's film Sikhirini Mwsanai traces conflict-ridden Bodo identity through revival of their artSubasri Krishnan's new film, Sikhirini Mwsanai, unravels the crisis-ridden Bodo identity and history through the revival of their traditional song-and-dance art form by the cultural troupe Sifung Harimu Afad, comprising young adult Bodos.
Sep 18, 2019
InQueerAble Happenings' theatre presentation Short+Salty looks at queer lives outside identity politicsStaged in celebration of the first anniversary of the Supreme Court's landmark judgment on Section 377, Short+Salty explores identities, conventions, and queer lives in rigid societal structures.
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.