A Delhi-based architecture studio presents its two-decade journey in an exhibition that privileges place over buildings
Architect Samira Rathod’s A Wall as a Room redefines the purpose of a wall not as ‘a separator of space but as a container’. The experimental concrete wall holds within everything one needs in the house – from a dining table and chairs to a place to cook and sleep, to study and bathe.
An exhibition in Delhi frames faces from Somalia, Afghanistan, Myanmar and Sri Lanka to mark World Refugee Day
The exhibition also displays newspaper clippings of reports related to wrestling between 1913 and 1940.
A temporary museum in Mumbai seeks to celebrate the everyday objects that add meaning to individual lives.
Art lovers can view the various inner journeys of artists and the way they express their experiences through art at the three ongoing exhibitions held in the city. Senior painter Ravinder Sharma’s 28th exhibition on Shivratri is a collection of X-ray collages and paintings and is titled ‘The Trance’, which is on till March 15 […]
An exhibition at Tate Britain features artwork made in response to British rule in India.
The exhibition, ‘The Night Bitten Dawn’, revisits the many realities of Partition.
Berlin-based architect Jurgen Mayer’s exhibition presents brave experiments in building spaces.
The exhibition ‘In and Out of Time’ has four contemporary artists exploring time as history and memory.
Artists and weavers collaborate to give the traditional yarn a contemporary twist in multiple hues and mediums
An exhibition tells the story of migrant labourers who build roads in the border regions of the Himalayas.
Crafts of India get a ticket to ride at Delhi’s Race Course metro station
An interactive exhibition for children at the National Museum, replete with tunnels, riddles and puzzles, moves away from everything virtual
With 56 artefacts from over five centuries, an exhibition offers insight into the art of calligraphy