Pallavi Pundir

Articles By Pallavi Pundir

A Voyage East

Why Rudyard Kipling’s father is being feted by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

A Place to Call Home

Revri, 61, as he introduced his work to a compact audience. Revri, a Sir JJ School of Art, Mumbai, and Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, alumnus, is a man of few words.

Artists of the Floating World: Breaking stereotypes

With its deep engangement with the history, politics and culture of its land, a new crop of Bangladeshi artists is breaking stereotypes and making the international art world sit up and take note.

Fair Trade

Gallerists from India and abroad reflect on the experience and business at the recently concluded India Art Fair.

The Contemporary Canvas

In its ninth edition, the halls of India Art Fair draw from the global refugee crisis, present-day politics and violence against women

Book set in JNU denied reading at World Book Fair

The readings were finalised last month and this particular correspondence took place earlier this month.

Mother my Tongue

Growing up away from home means a fractured relationship with the language of one’s own. How does one reclaim it?

The Red Palette

Member of the Radical Movement of the ’80s, artist-filmmaker KM Madhusudhanan’s solo after 30 years draws parallels between the past and the present

String Theory

The Yarn Bombers, an art project, is targeting weaving communities across the country

Femme Land

A conclave on issues around women and gender in Delhi highlighted the challenges and promises in India’s current climate.

Mapping Literary Contours

The Kumaon Literary Festival saw its first edition last year in Dhanachauli, is back with its second edition this month, to be held October 11 onwards.

Home and Away

Making new friends in Pokhara and Kathmandu, and bonding over Bollywood and food.

Castles In The Air

The jagged skyline, the sharp crest of highrises emerging from fragmented settlements, old houses and villages, is a frank statement of Gurgaon’s ambition.

War and Peace

An exhibition in Delhi, which explores the ongoing social and political conflicts around the world, tells a story about the struggle and pain that renders man-made borders inconsequential.

‘Now politicians see themselves as CEOs. Why should we be surprised at a Trump,’ asks Amitav Ghosh

The author of notable books such as The Shadow Lines (1988), The Hungry Tide (2004) and, most recently, The Ibis Trilogy, just published his new work, The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable.

Age of Innocence

Designers Rahul Mishra and Anamika Khanna created a world of nostalgia on Day Three of India Couture Week, Delhi.

Here Comes the Caravan: Anita Dongre’s ‘Epic Love’ collection at ICW 2016

The cuts were, however, conservative. From the necklines to sleeves, this old-school treatment exuded a tame affair.

Found in Translation

With culture commentator Alok Rai, heritage activist Sohail Hashmi, and educationist Syeda Hameed, the session explored the creative representation of its language over the years — from the invasion of the Mughals to the arrival of the metro.

In the Grand Scheme of Things

Italian photographer Attilio Tripodi turns his gaze towards solitary humans from across the globe, against grand architectural landscapes

The Ska is the Limit

The Ska Vengers are back with their second album — a polished, more eclectic compilation that brings back the promise of a revolution.

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