Pallavi Chattopadhyay


The Straw Less Taken
Thu, Aug 16, 2018

A green wave in the Capital’s restaurants is replacing plastic straws and cutlery with paper, steel and wood

Village Rockstars — Life as We Know It
Thu, Aug 09, 2018

Screened at The Indian Express Film Club, Village Rockstars won hearts with its simplicity

From Sand to Dust
Mon, Jul 30, 2018

Manav Gupta weaves in stories of sustainability using quintessential byproducts of the Indian potter

From America, With Love
Mon, Jul 23, 2018

An exhibition brings in the personal through archived photos of famous personalities from the US and India.

Hanging on a Thread
Thu, Jul 19, 2018

Chandan Gomes weaves a discussion around loneliness and online relationships using his photographs at the prestigious Rencontres d’Arles festival in France

Genie in the City
Mon, Jul 16, 2018

Actor Mantra Mugdh on essaying the role of a contemporary genie in the Indian adaptation of Disney’s Aladdin

Folk Art to the Fore
Wed, Jul 11, 2018

An exhibition hopes to put spotlight on the folk artists of India

A Modern Take
Wed, Jul 04, 2018

DAG showcases the best of modern Indian art at a prestigious event in the UK

Award-winning wildlife cartoonist Rohan Chakravarty on his new book for WWF India
Tue, Jun 26, 2018

Rohan Chakravarty’s latest book The Great Indian Nature Trail with Uncle Bikky, was launched at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) office in Delhi last week. He is the creator of Green Humour, a series of comics on wildlife and nature conservation.

Painting on the Wall
Wed, Jun 20, 2018

An art initiative turns a remote village, near Pindari Glacier in Uttarakhand, into an open-air gallery of murals

A Thousand Splendid Lotuses
Fri, Jun 08, 2018

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.

On Board, Designs for a Better Tomorrow
Thu, May 24, 2018

Students of School of Planning and Architecture showcase solutions to several pressing issues of the day

Israeli artists weave a multilayered narrative of their troubled land in an exhibition in Delhi
Wed, May 23, 2018

“To the End of Land” explores the political, economic and social climate of Israel. NGMA, in collaboration with Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Israel, and the Embassy of Israel in India, has organised the exhibition to mark 25 years of diplomatic relations between India and Israel.

To India, with love
Tue, May 22, 2018

French artist Michel Testard captures everyday reality of India in his works

The Last Thread
Mon, May 07, 2018

After her battle with cancer, artist Priya Ravish Mehra breathed her last on Saturday, leaving behind a legacy of textile-based initiatives and artworks

Picture Dignity
Wed, May 02, 2018

Tokyo-based photographer Natsuko Tominaga on photographing leprosy patients in over 40 countries in an effort to remove stigma around the disease

The Body as their Canvas
Mon, Apr 30, 2018

An exhibition explores the body and its historiography through the works of 14 artists

From Across the Border
Tue, Apr 24, 2018

“In God We Trust” twisted to “In Guns We Trust” placed on top of the frame. Wasim says, “I am a mother of three schoolgoing children. In the US, every mom’s biggest nightmare is school shooting and any mom can go to any extent to keep her kids safe. Every year, 1,300 children die from guns and our politicians are incapable of tackling the issue.”

Brit photographer Toby Smith on water availability, usage and distribution in urban spaces of small Himalayan towns
Tue, Apr 17, 2018

Through the exhibition, Toby Smith has brought to life a compelling story based on the academic research spearheaded by professor Bhaskar Vira and Eszter Kovacs at Cambridge University’s Department of Geography, in association with CEDAR, an Indian NGO based in Dehradun, and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies

An exhibition lending insight into the role of rafoogars in preservation of shawls, textiles
Fri, Apr 13, 2018

The knowledge of rafoogiri is passed on from one generation to generation within the community. The rafoogars survive by doing the simplest mending in bazaars, beginning at a cost of Rs 500.