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Oct 12, 2019
#MeToo: Artist association Khoj issues statement after director Pooja Sood's email to Subodh Gupta draws flakKhoj released another statement reiterating that the decision to ask Gupta to step down was "categorical and unanimous".
Oct 03, 2019
#MeToo: After activists' letter, Subodh Gupta's defamation suit condemned by JNU students in a statementIn open letter, nearly 40 artists and artists and art collectives condemned the Delhi High Court's ruling in the defamation suit filed by Indian contemporary artist Subodh Gupta.
Oct 01, 2019
Artist Subodh Gupta files defamation suit in Delhi HC against anonymous social media account that raised #MeToo allegations in 2018Subodh Gupta files defamation suit against the Instagram handle @herdsceneand which had named him in anonymous #MeToo accounts
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.
Sep 05, 2019
The Antiquities and Art Treasures Act ails India's tangible heritage; is the 2017 draft bill constructive?In India, the Antiquities and Art Treasures Act, 1972, was formulated at a time when there was a need for it — the reserves of certain museums in Britain continued to swell, while the country struggled to protect its own fabled jewels and antiquities. Therefore, the act was based on protectionism. However, it is no longer serving its purpose.
Sep 03, 2019
At New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ramayana comes alive in a stunning exhibitionA new exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases exquisite, centuries-old paintings depicting scenes from Ramayana
Jul 09, 2019
Reviving the Azarband: How a group of women are rallying to save Punjab's forgotten craft of woven drawstringsThe art of making 'azarband', or elaborately woven nalas or drawstrings, was slowly fading out, until recently. A group of dedicated women are trying to revive the lost craft, which used to be an integral part of every Punjabi household in the past, with Project Nala Wali.
Jun 27, 2019
Arpita Singh's retrospective journeys through her observations, struggles, and silences in lifeArtist Arpita Singh's retrospective exhibition brings together her poignant works that are compositionally varied, yet rich in their meaning and silences, bringing together a host of themes based on her observations, memories, and experiences.
Jun 22, 2019
Gunehar Art Festival: Artists meditate on 'borderlines' in a Himachal village, where empty shops turn into galleriesThe Gunehar Art Festival was held in Himachal Pradesh earlier this month. The triennale, now in its third edition, hosts budding artists for over half-a-month, exploring different themes through various artistic mediums. The theme of 'borderlines' was chosen this year.
May 26, 2019
Remembering Ramkinkar Baij, the legendary sculptor who laughed at critics and leaking roofs alikeMaster sculptor Ramkinkar Baij was mentored in Shantiniketan by Nandalal Bose and Rabindranath Tagore. Born on 26 May, 1906 in Bengal's Bankura district, Ramkinkar's art was fearless, unapologetic.