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Orchestra of Motifs

Producer Sanaya Ardeshir aka Sandunes on ‘Hand of Thought’, her latest collaborative project.

A sound and movement concert takes audiences on a meditative journey

The show is a choreographed sonic experience involving just one musician and one performer, with a limited number of spectators placed in intimate proximity to the artistes and to each other.

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British artist Rana Begum explores the relationship and conversations between surfaces, light and form

The 42-year-old British artist, who was born in Sylhet, Bangladesh, and moved to the UK when she was eight, advocates the Barthesian argument that the author/artist’s work belongs to the reader/viewer to interpret, free from the creator’s meaning or intent.

Desi Bands tells the story of a disappearing community of folk singers and dancers around Punjab and Rajasthan

Desi Bands narrates how development has impoverished those on the margins.

Art is not elite: Ishrat Kanga on selling art at Sotheby’s and the Indian market

Ishrat Kanga, till recently, was also the only Indian and female auctioneer at an international auction house.

Compelling artworks to look out for at the third edition of the Delhi Contemporary Art Week 2019

Over 50 established and emerging artists from South Asia are being represented by the city’s leading galleries.

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Chennai-based Kumaresan Selvaraj’s latest solo is a satirical take on memories and the environment

Selvaraj uses portions of invitation cards that are discarded, which end up in waste paper markets. It helps him buy paper cheap for his colourful sculptural artworks.

Staring at the viewers

An exhibition brings together artist Ravinder Reddy’s trademark women heads sculpted over three decades

Black and White

Nine artists dig deep into the many layers of the skin in the exhibition titled ‘Skin: The Finer Nuance’

Artist LN Tallur builds connections between the past and the present and urges viewers to question the obvious

Comprising 27 works from 13 years, the showcase has Tallur experimenting with the medium of bone meal and film for the first time, but there are common strands that connect with several of his previous works — his engagement with the past and how it affects the present.

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Art and culture: A glimpse at MP's tribal museum

At the epic, ‘Janjaatiya Sanghralaya’, the world of indigenous tribes is depicted with much authentic skill and finesse.

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