Today in Wait, What? — Grimes plans to 'sell her soul' for virtual art exhibition; price initially set at $10 mn
Grimes is opening a new exhibition, in which she'll accept payment for a slew of artwork, including prints, drawings, photographs and more
Remembering Haku Shah: New retrospective pays homage to Gandhian artist, whose practice was inseparable from his political beliefs
Haku Shah's death at the age of 84, after a long illness on 21 March last year, has stirred renewed interest in his art practice.
Of Rembrandt, his artistic style, and ambition, amidst budding Indo-Dutch relations of the 17th century
A 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.
Phenomenal Nature: Mrinalini Mukherjee's Met retrospective showcases the artist's wild, free-flowing sculptures
Mounted inside New York’s The Met Breuer, Mrinalini Mukherjee's first retrospective in the United States is somewhat reminiscent of the ‘exotic’ tag that her work has often been categorised into.
Argentine-German photographer Gerardo Korn's series captures the metropolis of Buenos Aires in its absolute beauty and in complete stillness.
Foy Nissen was an avid photographer who documented Bombay, its people and its spirit through his photographs, recently displayed at the JNAF Gallery in Mumbai.
Aero India Show 2019: How to watch, book tickets and what is at display at the biggest aviation exhibition in Bengaluru
The tickets can be booked on the BookMyShow app on a mobile phone or on the Aero India official website www.aeroindia.gov.in. Only one ticket can be bought per account. The foreign nationals can buy the tickets on the Aero India website only.
The exhibition Both sides of the Veil, which features images, audio and visual installations, explores what it is to be queer in post-377 India
KG Subramanyan's latest exhibition offers timely look into world of his women, his evolving aesthetic
In a post #MeToo world and a time when the morality of men in the arts itself is under the scanner, a dip into KG Subramanyan’s oeuvre, his drawings included, reveals a stunningly prescient body of work dedicated to women.
India's first exhibition of art created by Artificial Intelligence raises questions about human conscience
Gradient/Descent's co-creator on the implications of the exhibition, the disruptive powers of Artificial Intelligence, the position its art must hold in the world, and what questions such work will ask of human conscience
Kurt Cobain exhibition with a focus on Nirvana frontman's music, roots, to open in Ireland this July
From sketches and drawings to clothing, Growing Up Kurt Cobain will display dozens of the singer's personal items, some never seen before by the public.
Over 200 items from Blue House, the home Frida Kahlo shared with husband Diego Rivera in Mexico City, will be showcased at the Victoria and Albert Museum
School students display innovative and eco-friendly ideas and models at Child Innovators Exhibition 2018
The exhibition has been put together by the Ahmedabad-based National Innovation Foundation (NIF) which works with children and grassroots innovators.
FotoFest 2018: Glimpses of culture, domesticity from the largest display of Indian photography in the US
At this year's edition of FotoFest, there was a series which juxtaposed Native Americans with Indians settled in America | #FirstCulture
The INDIA/ Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art exhibition at this year's FotoFest addresses caste, migration and other issues | #FirstCulture
Giraffe Behind The Door is based on photographer Asmita Parelkar's observation of wild animals in captivity. Parelkar's series, currently on display at JaipurPhoto 2018, examines how zoos create the illusion that visitors are seeing animals in their natural habitat | #FirstCulturePhotos
Portrait of a Nation, A Nation in Portraits: History of India, photography chronicled in new exhibition
Portrait of a Nation, A Nation in Portraits, tells multiple tales — tales that chronicle not only the history of a country but also the history of photography itself
Photographer Gauri Gill’s most recent body of work, Acts of Appearance, is a series of vivid colour photographs for which the artist worked closely with members of an Adivasi community in Jawhar district, Maharashtra | #FirstCulture
Sooni Taraporevala's 'Home in The City, Bombay 1977 - Mumbai 2017' holds up a gentle mirror to a place and its people
Sooni Taraporevala's 'Home In The City, Bombay 1977 - Mumbai 2017' is on display in Delhi at the Vadehra Gallery until 27 January 2018
In Acts of Appearance, photographer Gauri Gill chronicles her encounters with rural masquerade