In the video of Manikya Malaraya Poovi, set against the background of a school function, we see a number of students, including Priya Prakash Varrier, who in the throes of first love, blush, giggle and make moony eyes at each other.
"I get interested in strange things. I read a lot, and along the way, I read about this. About 10 years ago, the 600th anniversary of Zheng He’s voyage was being celebrated in the region and I happened to be visiting Singapore," said Vijay Crishna.
Anne Morris’s sculptures and Idris Khan’s stamped texts seem to share a similar DNA of meditative calm... In the balance of colours in Morris’s sculptures and the harmony of repetition in Khan’s work, what emerges most strongly is a celebration of life and hope.
Pop-up restaurants and supper clubs making space for culinary experiments; Mumbai gets set to welcome jazz legend John McLaughlin once again; New restaurants, burgeoning art scene and the upcoming ro-ro car ferry service are likely to turn Alibaug into a hot weekend destination; Set to be launched in 2018, the Children’s Museum and Activity Centre at CSMVS promises to serve as a dedicated space for the young residents’ educational initiatives
Bal Moderne was created by artist and film producer Michel Reilhac in 1993 for the Festival Paris Quartier d’Ete, where it became an instant success, and it remained a huge hit with public for several consecutive years that it was organised in Paris.
The story of the ill-fated tower and the people who could no longer communicate with each other is the inspiration for artist and filmmaker KM Madhusudhanan’s ongoing solo, “Babel” at the Guild Art Gallery in Alibaug, near Mumbai.