Budweiser vs St+art India row urges reconsideration of vital aspects of street art, including its ownership and erasure
Last month, as part of their #PathToGreatness campaign targeted at Lionel Messi fans, Budweiser covered two murals in Hauz Khas Village, Delhi, with prints of artworks. In Bandra, Mumbai, the brand painted over iconic murals of Sridevi and Mughal-e-Azam by Bollywood Art Project’s Ranjit Dahiya.
The project, known as "Remembrance of Climate Futures, is written from the perspective of someone looking back.
Delhi’s Lodhi Colony turns into an art district as 30 artists paint murals, as part of a St+art India project
The artists who have helped change the face of Lodhi Colony have taken inspiration from the Lodhi Gardens and aspects of Mughal culture, such as jali patterns
From Song Dong's Water Temple to Monica Mayer’s Clothesline, and Vipin Dhanurdharan’s Community Kitchen — these installations at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018 spell inclusivity
Shamsia Hassani — considered Afghanistan’s first female graffiti artist — hopes to trigger conversations on subjects other than war in her home country
At the ongoing Pune Biennale, Sarnath Banerjee's work The Poona Circle encourages young minds not to believe everything that is printed in ink, and to question textual authority
Art writer Rosalyn D'Mello was at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016 during its opening week. She highlights what makes this third edition — curated by Sudarshan Shetty — unique.
Twelve venues. 108 days. 97 artists. 31 countries. And more than half a million visitors expected. That’s the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016 for you. The art extravaganza has gotten bigger, more ambitious in it third edition.
Watch the story of how the one-in-shambles C Survey School in Dharavi got a bright makeover from an artist in Goa, in this Slice of Life documentary
The trick, with public art, is to try and find the balance by creating murals that are neither over-conceptionalised, nor degrade standards.