Vir Kotak explores the privileges and tragedy of being an ‘eminent’ citizen, in his latest exhibition.
Six of his films — Paula, Cracks in the Shell, The Tower, West, Bornholmer Strasse and In the Middle of Germany: NSU — will be screened during the 10-day event.
Filmmaker Paul Saltzman, who met The Beatles in Rishikesh in 1968, on photographing the Fab Four 50 years ago, and his upcoming documentary, The Beatles in India.
Remembering eminent Hindi poet and critic Kedarnath Singh who passed away on Monday
Produced for the colonial market, Maneka Gandhi casts a spotlight on rare nineteenth-century mica paintings
Artist-architect Rohit Raj Mehndiratta explores the writings of Franz Kafka and Sigmund Freud on the conscious and unconscious mind through art
UK-based ceramic artist Roger Cockram on being at home with the sea and transferring its colours on porcelain
“Every performer should aim at creating an immortal image so that connoisseurs of art remember them for years to come,” said Nayan Ghosh
A wedding brings Talsania to the stage once again, this time as co-director of a bittersweet comedy, titled Dekh Behen, which opened in Mumbai on February 1 and comes to Delhi on March 23. A conversation with Talsania.
This year, Ugadi will be celebrated on March 18. The day is considered very auspicious as it is believed that Lord Brahma had created the universe on this day, and it also marks the beginning of the Satyayug.
Gudi Padwa is celebrated by people in India to mark the first day of the Hindu luni-solar calendar. So on this auspicious day share greetings and wishes with your friends and families.
An exhibition examines different approaches that two artists employ to trick the viewer’s perception of material
Adil Hussain, who recently bagged a major Norwegian award, talks about ‘sliding in and out of roles’ during shoots, and a new play in which he plays both Krishna and Arjuna
Aditya Kripalani on his new-found fame after an award at the Berlin Independent Film Festival, and his curious muses of the night
A conference in Delhi explored different facets and challenges of urban writing
Stuart Freedman’s exhibition on the Coffee Houses of India is a ‘love letter’ to the fading institution
"The death of an artist does not necessarily impact the market, even though the perception is such. It is always a function of the quality of work. Some works, no matter when they come out, will do well," says Deepanjana Klein.
These are some of the 36 artists from across the country, who make up the exhibition Porcelain 2018, at Delhi’s India Habitat Centre. Presented by the Delhi Blue Pottery Trust, the show celebrates 10 years of porcelain art in India.
Actors and directors remember Joy Michael, Founder of Yatrik and its first Director, who reflected the best of what human beings can achieve — both on and off stage
Wadali Brothers found much popularity in the mainstream through songs like Rangrez and Tu maane ya na maane, which in the past few years have also became touchstones of Sufi mausiqi due to their intelligent writing and rendition.
The process of posting pictures is particularly time-consuming and can be a joint endeavour among chums -- ensuring that only the most flattering photos, filters and captions are selected. Boys in the study did not ask pals for feedback or to like their posts.