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Architect and artist Martand Khosla’s latest show is a witness to the possibilities in cities

In his latest solo show, Delhi-based Khosla continues to engage with the idea of a city from different perspectives, following his previous trysts motivated by the lives of labourers and construction sites and materials.

Method, a new art gallery in Kala Ghoda, offers a space for everything in between the beginning and the end

Open six days a week, Method has already lined up a roster of artists and exhibitions till April 2020.


A group of young artists present quirky interpretations of the world at an exhibition

To discover new talents and nurture them, art gallery Art2Day is hosting a special show of up-and-coming names till July 21.

Take a Modernist Home

The CIMA Art Mela promises an array of artwork at competitive prices. It will be held from April 12 to 16 at Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Delhi

War and Peace: A workshop by Bangladeshi artists

Eight Bangladeshi artists submerge themselves into their country’s tumultuous history, universal repercussions of war, and inclusivity of art

In the Moment

“I feel that this is a very powerful show, as every work is important and there is something new from all the participating artists,” saysgallerist Sunaina Anand, adding that the show features the signature style of each artist, also depicting the current global influences on Indian art.


Infrastructure boost needed: Portraits gallery fails to click with Chandigarh residents

Amongst the 41 displayed panels in the gallery, there’s a special corner dedicated to Bhagat Singh and his contribution to the fight for independence.

Vantage Point

Vir Kotak explores the privileges and tragedy of being an ‘eminent’ citizen, in his latest exhibition.

Narratives of Anxiety

A dichotomy of fear and ferocity lingers through the works of Mumbai-based artist Anju Dodiya.

Her Black Lotus

Yuriko Lochan continues her artistic journey with the lotus motif as her sole protagonist.

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Artist creates colourful patterns using dried leaves, twigs, pebbles and shells

Nature has been a great source of inspiration for many artists. One such love-struck person is artist James Brunt, who uses natural objects to make art.