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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Yashodhara Dalmia


The writer is a Delhi-based art historian.

Art that is relayed digitally misses the warmth and context of human contact
Tue, Jul 21, 2020

Surely art relayed digitally can never create the stir of excitement at a brush stroke or a wisp of flying colour or an unfaltering line. Nor can the discussion lead to a shared laughter or a disgruntled shake.

First Spectator of His Creation
Wed, Jan 08, 2020

Remembering Akbar Padamsee, legendary artist, humanist and scholar.

Gandhi At Venice
Fri, Jun 21, 2019

The interpretation of his ideas at the Biennale is relevant to our times

Ram Kumar (1924-2018): An Artist With A View
Mon, Apr 16, 2018

Ram Kumar’s art believed in the endless generation of life against death.

S H Raza’s journey
Tue, Jul 26, 2016

He was the last of Progressive Artists’ Group titans. Only the Bindu remains

A matter of living
Tue, Mar 27, 2012

In 1970s Mumbai,Udayan Patel’s home was an artistic and intellectual hub

Yesterday,so far away
Wed, Jan 18, 2012

Yoko Ono brings to mind the fab sixties when the Beatles landed in Delhi

Our own lost generation
Fri, Sep 16, 2011

With Tyeb Mehta and M.F. Husain,Biren De and Jehangir Sabavala,a time has conclusively passed.

Mother,and India
Fri, Jun 10, 2011

Husain ensured modern art became part of a staunchly Indian national consciousness.

Snapshots of India
Sun, Jun 19, 2005

The legendary Ravi Varma’s life and his paintings have been written about several times but what makes this diary written by his younge...

In a Wider Frame
Sun, Mar 16, 2003

The legendary photographer who shot the fervid days of the freedom struggle had been consigned to the dustbins of history till a large show ...