From well-known Kalighat paintings to more experimental work on conch shells, there will be many on display.
Assam is the protagonist of Haque’s theatre. It flows as the Brahmaputra in Bubbles in the River (2018), a play about ethnic tribes that are threatened by globalisation.
A film on the late gallerists Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy honours their legacy to Indian art and shows how art and politics are never far removed.
Saarang Theatre Festival in Pune lasts a few days only — from February 24 to 28 — and showcases no more than one performance every evening so that the audience can absorb the ideas of some of the best theatre practitioners of the country.
For Bhaduri, impressionism and expressionism have been her starting points since she began painting in the ’70s. She studied art from SNDT, University of Mumbai, and a summer course from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London.
Never say die: After scoring big in her films over the last two years, which include Super 30, Batla House, and the critically acclaimed Love Sonia, Aankh Micholi marks Mrunal Thakur's debut in comedy.
Lana Wilson borrows the name of the documentary from one of Swift's songs, Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince. But it is impossible to not notice its nod to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s blistering 2013 novel, Americanah.
Spain-based Nestor Navarro on his life as a puppeteer, and doing the best things in the world.
Bicky Singh, founder of SikhLens, the annual Sikh Arts and Film Festival in California, on bringing the festival to India, inspiring young filmmakers and creating awareness across the world about Sikh culture.
In a new film, wildlife filmmaker Shaaz Jung follows the only black panther in Kabini
Belgian puppeteer Ronny Aelbrecht, who performed at the 18th Ishara International Puppet Theatre Festival, on the craft’s relevance.
The same report states that in the 1950s when he tried to exhibit these in New York, he was discouraged by homophobic reactions.
Ramleela - The Ritual Theatre is a documentary that archives the never-ending celebration of one of the oldest forms of Indian folk theatre.
In a unique project that strives to bring the art and artists of the country closer to people, conceptual artist and photographer Diwan Manna is video archiving and documenting the life, times and work of some of the most formidable names of the Indian art world.
Fairs like Surajkund play a pivotal role in the economics of crafts by enhancing livelihoods of artisans, strengthening their confidence, and boosting the country’s cultural capital.
An exhibition focusses on the possibilities of public art in Delhi
In his latest show, architect-photographer Peeyush Sekhsaria revisits his old photographs of Africa’s Nubian vaults
At the 10th edition of the Mahindra Blues Festival in Mumbai, 83-year-old American legend Buddy Guy reminded us why the blues matter
A traditional ‘Bharatanatyam Margam’ by Shijit Nambiar and Parvathy Menon and ‘Vismay’, an ensemble Kathak production by Maulik Shah and Ishira Parikh and the Anarth Dance troupe, will also be part of the festival.
A recent exhibition in Delhi, organised by INTACH, J&K Chapter, Department of Tourism, Kashmir and India International Centre, Delhi, displayed the “Sacred Architecture of Kashmir”, showing how spiritual traditions continued in form and structure.