Joy Express is an initiative by the Rapid Metro to tackle the challenge of getting commuters in Gurgaon to leave their individual vehicles behind and opt for a more eco-friendly mode of transport.
An exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London explores the ageless fascination with footwear and the stories they tell.
The Sketchbook Project's aim is to create the largest collection of crowd-sourced sketchbooks from across the globe.
Move aside, gyms and fancy equipment — corporate offices across the country are stretching to a new tune
An exhibition brings out the essence of the annual Hola Mohalla festival in Punjab
With 56 artefacts from over five centuries, an exhibition offers insight into the art of calligraphy
An exhibition reveals multiple sides of colonial India.
An international photography exhibition features narratives of key crime investigations in India.
The hunt for vintage carpets involves Alesworth browsing through auction lots in the warehouses of Lahore’s Nicholson Road carpet market.
Artist Sakshi Gupta moves to simpler forms of paper mache and concrete in her latest solo exhibition.
Tipu Sultan's arms and armour will go under Islamic and Indian art auction on April 21 in London.
To complement the written words of the girls, 16 contemporary artists reinforce their power through paintings and installations.
Rajeev Khandelwal returns to the small screen after a brief hiatus as a bold and challenging business-minded journalist
The picture runs alongside the caption, borrowed from the famous poem, Rang de basanti chola.
Artist Anjolie Ela Menon talks to Pallavi Chattopadhyay about veering towards public art and combining fantasy and reality.
Artist Neha Sharma uses geometry to bridge the gap between the visible and invisible in her latest exhibition.
Vadodara-based Dhruva Mistry, one of India’s most celebrated sculptors, returns to the Capital with a solo after a gap of eight years
Actor Ram Kapoor talks about his small screen comeback with Dil ki Baatein Dil Hi Jaane.
College of Art’s 62nd annual art exhibition offers an insight into the trends and thought process influencing art students today.
Fourteen artists offer a glimpse into the many moods of portraits in a group exhibition.
But somewhere between the crisis and its resolution, the book loses its plot.
Three photographers explore moods and moments of acid victims, the Yamuna and the Kokrajhar riots.
London-based art historian Sandhini Poddar on her new book on artist V S Gaitonde.
Thirty artists join hands with Mehac Foundation to support mental health and palliative care.
Twelve artists interpret time, using pottery as a medium
At the fifth edition of DesignXDesign’s exhibition ‘20under35’, young designers share their insights and inspirations.
Israeli artist Achia Anzi delves into the struggles and experiences of an immigrant.
Balasubramaniam, 43, is holding a solo “Layers of Wind, Lines of Time” at Talwar gallery in Delhi.
In her works, Lipi focusses on her muse’s “reversed experiences” in life. She compares her own life with Anonnya’s through videos, installations and photographs.
Roman artist Isabella Ducrot’s textiles are both symbols of politics and society.
Professor and Textile art designer Kripal Mathur pays tribute to PB Shelley’s Ode to the West Wind.
For Kirkire, acting is just another avenue for his story telling abilities.
Artist Abhishek Singh’s graphic twist to the deity on his canvas became the centre of attention in Varanasi
Nilofer Suleman draws her inspiration from the ways of life in small towns and cities
As the countdown to Christmas begins, Talk gives a glimpse into how the city has geared up to welcome Santa.
Illustrator Radhaben Garva tells the stories and struggles of rural women from Kutch
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