Artist Anindita Dutta’s world is one of ‘living sculptures’ forged in clay.
The latest issue of photo magazine Pix features works that comment on the socio-political situation of Pakistan.
Storyteller, designer and founder of AHF, Rajeev Sethi, talks about the new kid on the block, the Sasian Journey.
Chandu Mhatre’s photographs document Mumbai’s changing landscape.
My Sacred Glass Bowl is a 26-minute long Hindi/English documentary on virginity in India.
Photographer Pascal Mannaerts celebrates the lesser-known stories of Indian women.
‘Words & Images’ showcases published and unpublished drawings of three illustrators.
Multimedia artiste Shweta Bhattad’s latest solo revolves around open defecation and the lack of sanitation in rural India.
For a group of recent graduates, theatre festival Bharat Rang Mahotsav is a platform to catch the public eye.
The play will be staged on Saturday at Kamani Auditorium today, 6.30 pm.
Polish artist Lech Majewski on the art of making posters.
Besides artworks, photographs are also a hit at the ongoing India Art Fair
After breakdancers, German photographer Nicolaus Schmidt’s latest project is women in rural India
Author Jerry Pinto on writing and the projects that keep him busy.
Rohan Murty spoke on MCLI, and his love for history and philosophy.
Swedish photographer Reg Fallah’s images of public walls across India urges audiences to take a closer look at the concrete screens we look past everyday.
Palestine’s Jenin theatre members double as freedom fighters, carry forward legacy of cultural dissent.
There are more than one kind of time-keeping devices in the exhibition.
A coffee-table book attempts to capture the essence of Indian weddings
Lucy Hawking on writing for children with her father Stephen Hawking and a new film on their family.
Zuleikha Chaudhari’s exploration of space turns audiences into performers
As the India International Trade Fair opens to the public today at Pragati Maidan, find out what’s in store at the international stalls.
A wedding tent and a broken country — how a new video art project, ‘Five Rivers’ revisits the events of Partition.
Pranav’s mother, said Kinney had grown to be a friend to her son in the short span of time they had known each other.