In exhibition showcasing miniatures of maharajas' costumes, India's rich textile heritage takes centre stage
Geeta Khandelwal's exhibition on miniatures of the costumes of maharajas draws on fabrics, patterns, and styles that span over a hundred years (1850-1950).
Sarnath Banerjee on subverting 'truth-manufacturing industries' with fiction, and the therapeutic power of imagination
In an interview with Firstpost, Sarnath Banerjee speaks of today's post-truth world, his love for history, and how bedtime stories with his son sparked the idea for his next book.
Bosshard preceded many photographers including Henri Cartier-Bresson who would come to India in the 1940s to take pictures of the Mahatma
Juxtaposed with the textile collection at Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, the exhibition re-looks at the narratives invoked by a range of contemporary artists.
An exhibition at Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai displays Mexican Amates, paintings by the Nahua community on a paper produced by the Otomi people in Mexico
Navratna, at the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum aims to showcase each artist’s distinct style and choice of media while exploring a common thread in their work
While Dhurandhar was deeply rooted in traditional ideas, his works have been described as re-indigenized Indian naturalism in response to Western ideals
An exhibition titled Paper Jewels, curated by historian Omar Khan traces the journey postcards through the major metropolitan cities of colonial India
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