Anushree Majumdar

Articles By Anushree Majumdar

‘Writing to me is about flow — it’s about emotion, it’s about not worrying…’

64-year-old writer Anthony Horowitz has written children’s books, murder mysteries, plays, award-winning period drama such as Foyle’s War, Injustice, Poirot and Midsomer Murders.

‘The rise in the price of art doesn’t reflect its quality’

In the backdrop of her latest solo in Mumbai, veteran artist Nalini Malani talks about her works, and pushing the boundaries of art.

A Sting in the Tale

Honeyland, an award-winning documentary, is a heartwarming story of a nomadic beekeeper as much as it is a warning about the industrialisation of nature’s bounty.

Reading between the lines

Bestselling writer Jojo Moyes on her latest book, The Giver of Stars, a story about friendship and the power of the written word.

Starting today, Max Mueller Bhavan to celebrate 50 years in Mumbai with 3-day festival

The bungalow, with its spacious entrance hall, and high wood-panelled ceiling, became a German language centre, which also hosted several music concerts.

Orchestra of Motifs

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

From the Beginning till the End

An immersive exhibition that integrates multiple art forms, from painting to textile, presents a panoramic view of Gandhi’s life and philosophy.

A Sprinkling of Stardust

Nearly a month ago, Atindra Chakraborty, a 20-something engineer, heard Mondal hum a song while he was waiting for a train at the Ranaghat junction platform in West Bengal.

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.

It Must’ve Been Love

In Aadish Keluskar’s tightly-written film, Jaoon Kahan Bata Ae Dil, a couple realises that love and lust come easily — tolerance is another matter altogether

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.

Anuja Chauhan on the upcoming film based on her novel, The Zoya Factor

The Zoya Factor is a story about Zoya Singh Solanki, an executive in an advertising agency, who was born at the same moment that India won the cricket world cup in 1983.

Shikaar successfully walks the fine line between real laughs and real fears

Shikaar, Patchworks Ensemble’s latest production, a rip-roaring comedy about five chudails, and a man on a mission.

Photographer-filmmaker Avani Rai’s upcoming exhibition is a postcard from Kashmir

Last week, the government read down Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Rai’s show, titled ‘Exhibit A’, is a response to that.

Three iconic collections come together to exhibit the late artist Vasudeo S Gaitonde’s works through the years

Inside the airconditioned confines of the Jehangir Nicholson Gallery, located on the second floor of the east wing of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) in Mumbai, a motley crew of visitors walk around in silence.

The Art of Listening

A documentary explores the legacy of the late Satguru Jagjit Singh Ji and the lasting relationship between the Namdhari Sikhs and Indian classical music

The Razor’s Edge: Bestselling author Jo Nesbø on what shapes Harry Hole mysteries

Before he learnt to turn his fears into stories, Norwegian writer Jo Nesbø was a stockbroker, a musician and an aspiring football player. In this exclusive interview, he speaks of his literary journey, his new book and why his alcoholic detective is the only man for the job.

Singapore’s well-known novelist Balli Kaur Jaswal returns with another heartwarming story on women and sisterhood

After her breakout hit in 2017, Singapore-based novelist Balli Kaur Jaswal's new novel The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters, is about a family that eats together and fights immediately afterwards.

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.

‘There is a world of women who can’t write their own stories’: Kalpana Sharma

Kalpana Sharma, who has edited the anthology Single by Choice: Happily Unmarried Women!, on patriarchy, financial independence and why more stories of women need to be told.

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