An exhibition in Delhi showcases a craft conversation between the palace karkhanas of India and the couturiers.
Palette Art Gallery reopens after two years with a visual storytelling of modern and contemporary art
The film was screened along with the original art works at the ongoing exhibition, India Modern, in which 57 creations by 41 significant artists of India are being displayed, including a canvas by Krishen Khanna.
Express Film Club’s screening of G Kutta Se put the spotlight on honour killings
The six-day event, which will begin on October 26 at the India Habitat Centre, will see sessions by old favourites such as Ruskin Bond, Shobhaa De, Shashi Tharoor and Gurcharan Das, but, also, by authors who are not usually given to public appearances.
Pune-based director Kranti Kanade’s feature film CRD questions the established norms and practices in art.
An exhibition on pre-Bengal School of art shows the meeting of Western and Indian traditions
With Pocket Museum, Dayanita Singh aims to bridge the gap between mass production and artistic expression
The project showcases four broad categories — iconography, movements, weaving traditions and design but at the core of the India chapter is the ubiquitous sari.
Why hasn’t the Sahitya Akademi, which gloriously calls itself India’s National Academy of Letters, spoken a word against Paresh Rawal’s tweet?
Cement gets an aesthetic uplift as four artists explore it as a medium of creativity.
India has a rich and ancient culture of resource optimisation, waste management and sustainable material usage. Here’s looking at some craftwork laced with grass, fibre and other waste, originating from diverse Indian landscapes.
The 18ft ornamental ensemble on the Humayun Tomb was given a coating of 22-carat gold to match its original crowning splendour.
At an ongoing exhibition in the Capital, artist Aiyana Gunjan’s works showcases elements from Arabic ‘thulus’ to Buddhism and the tantric bindu.
Most Kolkatans will give you the patent “durga-pujo-is-the-world’s-largest-art-festival” answer when you ask them about Durga Pujo. It’s only when you scratch deeper that the cracks appear.