Delhi-based artist Shelly Jyoti’s latest solo is a modern twist on khadi.
An exhibition puts the spotlight on the legendary performer Chandralekha and her pioneering body of choreographic marvels spanning 20 years.
Artist Praneet Soi draws inspiration from his everyday environment to paint multiple narratives for viewers.
A conclave on issues around women and gender in Delhi highlighted the challenges and promises in India’s current climate.
‘Apophenic Talks’ lends a modern twist to the oral and visual representation of language, and spearheads public dialogue.
Archaeological sites and their conservation inspire the works of Debashish Mukherjee.
Bangalore-based Mahesh Shantaram pans on the issue of racism that Africans face in India
The friction between built architecture and nature serves as a dominant theme in Australian artist Paul Davies’ works.
Ten contemporary artists from India and Pakistan come together to unveil their renditions of beauty and death.
Nostalgia and her familial background inspire artist Krupa Makhija’s latest exhibition
Deepanjana Klein, International Head, Department for South Asian Modern and Contemporary Art at Christie’s, lends an insight into the leading auction house’s upcoming South Asian art sale
Pablo Bartholomew on the business of photography and deadline addictions.
Delhi-based gallery DAG Modern has announced the launch of their auction house to broaden the scope of the Indian art market.
The first edition of Serendipity Arts Festival will be held in Goa this winter
Delhi’s Khoj Studios presented a unique performance that responded to the city’s architecture, environment and its people.
Four artists look at conceptual art history.
An exhibition sheds light on the rich heritage of masks in Mexico.
Anil Kapoor on the second edition of the TV series 24 and adapting American shows for India
I attended a workshop on 'the art of selfies', and this is what I learnt.
A workshop placed the selfie in the history of art and explored ways to look good on camera
Taniya Vaidya lends a contemporary touch to her paintings using 5,000-year-old textile techniques.
Geographer Vaibhav Kaul’s latest exhibition depicts the environmental changes in the mountain regions.
Yuriko Lochan continues her artistic journey with the lotus motif as her sole protagonist.
Fifty-five artists exhibit playful interpretations of the playing card.
Scottish-born Olivia Fraser paints the art of Hindu miniatures in a contemporary idiom in her solo show, in New York.
Italian photographer Bruna Rotunno presents women from Bali, their position and power as residents of the island.
A year after the devastating earthquake hit Nepal, Kathmandu-based Uma Shankar Shah brings an exhibition of paintings on steam engines, Bollywood posters and Hindu deities
S Nandagopal’s solo shows a penchant for interpreting traditional icons in modern ways.
Arun Pandit’s solo draws from his personal experiences
An exhibition at the Jor Bagh metro station in Delhi offers commuters a window into the world of gardens
The children were telling their own stories, of how they rebuilt their lives after Typhoon Haiyan.
An exhibition at Tate Britain features artwork made in response to British rule in India.
Gurgaon Artistes’ Fest is an endeavour by the Gurgaon Action Plan (GAP) to add a cultural spirit to MG Road.
An exhibition of Banarasi saris in the Capital showcases their origin, repertoire and contemporary expressions
Ceramic artist Vinod Daroz brings out the possibilities of ceramics in his latest solo.
On Tuesday evening actor Shah Rukh Khan collected his degree from Rama Sharma, Principal, at Hansraj College.
A fictional biography of Kasturba Gandhi makes for a compelling read.