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Actor Vivek Mansukhani, who returns to the stage with Animals Out Of Paper, plays an eccentric high school math teacher in the production

The play, by Pulitzer Prize-nominated Rajiv Joseph, also marks Mansukhani’s return to the stage as an actor after seven years.

A Human Touch

With sustainability as its prime focus, The Handmade Collective is offering everything that is organic and recyclable.

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A Thousand Splendid Lotuses

The 17 works on display are centered around the lotus in myriad forms as Fraser deconstructs, expands and contracts the flower in each of her canvases. She uses layers of handmade wasli paper, and pigments made from malachite and semi-precious stones from Jaipur.

Indian art and artists who made a mark worldwide in 2017

The year saw several big-ticket shows, Indian art and artists making a mark worldwide, while the market back home reeled under the impact of demonetisation and tax levies.

Amrita Sher-Gil, Gaitonde's art will be up for auction at Saffronart

Work by a number of Indian artists, including contemporary Indian artist Amrita Sher-Gil, will be up for auction at the Saffronart auction in June.

Round two for Christie’s: The auction house is back

The auction house is back with its second sale of modern and contemporary Indian works.

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Vantage Point

The exhibition traces his journey from his initial years, when he invoked motifs from the animal world.

Soul Searching

The venue is continents away from the place of origin, in the US, at the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM).

Two Coats Of Paint: Welcome to the dark world of art fakes

A look into the underbelly of the Indian art world where fakes are difficult to ascertain and the punishment remains negligible.

Three curators who are changing the face of Indian art

Mumbai’s oldest museum, Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum holds its head high thanks to Tasneem Zakaria Mehta.

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