A new exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases exquisite, centuries-old paintings depicting scenes from Ramayana
The Madras Art Movement is back in focus with a much-needed retrospective; but why was it sidelined for so long?
The Madras Art Movement heralded a new paradigm in modern Indian art. Why has the story of Indian art history then not featured it quite as prominently as other art movements?
Once photography came in in the late 1800s, botanical artforms became less important. But their importance historically, archivally, is to remind us that these were scientific projects of documentation; that at the heyday of the imperial project, it was this art that pushed science forward as new species were being identified from the colonies, says Sita Reddy, who edited this issue of Marg magazine.
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.
Ganesh Haloi's new exhibition, Form and Play, offers a pathway into the self-contained world of his art
The overall effect of the exhibition of Ganesh Haloi's works is to make us view the world afresh through the eyes of an artist who refuses to age.
Form and Play: A new exhibition highlights how Ganesh Haloi's paintings oscillate between the seen and the sensed
An upcoming solo exhibition at the Akar Prakar gallery in Kolkata — titled Form and Play — brings together Ganesh Haloi’s recent works on paper
In 2001, the Gond artist Jangarh Singh Shyam committed suicide, possibly as a result of being lonely and overworked while completing a residency at a gallery in Japan. A new exhibition looks back at his life and art.
The recently concluded Nouveau 8/12 exhibition in Hyderabad saw a group of artists present large-format canvasses | #FWeekend
Sudhir Patwardhan turns the gaze inwards for his latest series of artworks | #FWeekend
Billed as the most anticipated celebration of contemporary art in South Asia, the 108-day-long, third edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) commenced, at multiple venues in Kochi, from Monday, 12 December 2016