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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Niya Shahdad

The writer, 23, is a recent graduate from Tufts University in Boston, where she completed her BA in English and Art History

I chose to be loyal to the place where I am guilty, helpless and alone: Author Feroz Rather
Sun, Aug 12, 2018

Author Feroz Rather on his first book, and on the Valley being a living entity in his fiction — both in its beauty and violence.

The artifice of solidarity
Mon, Aug 08, 2016

The J&K chief minister appropriates the language of struggle, but the BJP-PDP alliance erodes her legitimacy

Tale of Two Cities
Tue, Jul 12, 2016

Four Indian artists sculpt their perceived urban realities of Mumbai and Delhi in an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

My Lips Don’t Lie
Mon, Sep 07, 2015

Although conceptualised almost six months ago, the exhibition arrives at a time that coincides with the recent surge in moral policing and its consequential bans.

With Camera as Conqueror
Thu, Aug 27, 2015

A collection of vintage photographs from arguably the world’s oldest studio, Bourne and Shepherd, showcases an India of the past.

Winter is Coming
Fri, Aug 21, 2015

Julian Opie’s work is symbolic of a process of art-making that is relevant to the innovation and experimentation of the 21st century, and the travelling exhibition aims to popularise it in India.

Eye 2015
Kashmiri cartoonist Malik Sajad’s graphic novel, Munnu, unveils life in the valley
Sun, Aug 16, 2015

Eight years after Kashmir Pending, written by Srinagar-based writer Naseer Ahmed along with illustrator Saurabh Singh was published in 2007, Munnu is the second graphic novel to emerge from the valley.

Show & Tell
Sat, Aug 08, 2015

Two detectives look for a missing ‘spark’ at the orientation meet of youth theatre festival Thespo’s 17th edition

Old Tales, New Forms
Sat, Aug 08, 2015

Artist Sukhnandi Vyam Pardhan depicts myths and customs of the Gond people, with a twist.

King Without a Crown
Mon, Aug 03, 2015

Delhi Art Gallery’s retrospective exhibition, ‘Kingdom of Exile’, unveils the depth and darkness of Indian modernist Rabin Mondal’s art.

Eyes Wide Open
Wed, Jul 29, 2015

Filmmaker Ashish Avikunthak’s latest work compels the audience to interpret the story and find their own answers.

From Paint to Press: An exhibition of vintage prints celebrates Raja Ravi Varma’s popular iconography
Mon, Jul 20, 2015

With a total of 90 vintage prints, the exhibition spans from the late 18th century to the mid-20th century, showcasing how Ravi Varma’s rendition of the divine flooded the imagery of advertisements, calendars and Bollywood posters.

A City Before Colour
Wed, Jul 15, 2015

An exhibition of 75 prints, showcasing the Mumbai of the early 1900s, evokes nostalgia.

Canvas Rain: A group of international artists uses the Mumbai monsoon as their muse
Tue, Jul 14, 2015

The show titled “The Monsoon Show” depicts Mumbai’s infamous rains — as perceived by six western, contemporary artists.

Final Act
Tue, Jun 23, 2015

Song of the Swan revisits the 1995 killing of Norwegian theatre artiste Hans Christian Ostro in Kashmir.