Godrej India Culture Lab
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A decade in Indian art: 2010s saw rise of private collectors, emergent relationship between between sector and CSR
The emergence of a wealth of private museums as part of the Indian art scene has been the consequence of another trend that has held serious sway over the last decade — foundation-building. Whether such a sizeable swell in institution-building has actually enabled ethical philanthropy, remains debatable.
With The Class of 83, Hussain Zaidi departs from the world of gangsters to write about encounter specialists
S Hussain Zaidi, former investigative journalist and author of Black Friday: The True Story of the Bombay Bomb Blasts and Dongri to Dubai: Six Decades of the Mumbai Mafia, launched his new book The Class of 83 and talked about storytelling and writing non-fiction crime during an event at Mumbai's Godrej Culture Lab.
From Durban To Tomorrow: Dylan Mohan Gray's documentary opens up conversations around health as a human right
From Durban To Tomorrow, features 5 formidable voices from 5 different countries talking about their journeys in their fight for human rights in health.
A new exhibition by the Godrej India Culture Lab and Partition Museum Amritsar, calls on people to share objects that are tied to memories of India's 'Great Divide' — making for a poignant narration of history
Geeta Patel, author of Risky Bodies & Techno-intimacy, talks to us about feminism, colonialism and how not to be a 'dunda-bearer' of any kind.
Lavani has been represented problematically in most existing literature and cinema. To understand why, it might help to understand the politics that the dance associates itself with.
How has advertising in India changed over the past 50 years in India. Ambi Parameswaran offers an insight, in his new book — Nawabs, Nudes and Noodles
Professors Stuart Cunningham and David Craig tell us about their research on the phenomenon of 'communitainment'
Prof Ross Bassett’s book, The Technological Indian, looks at Indian students at MIT from 1882 to 2000