The self-financed museum, which celebrates the works of Auguste Rodin, reopened on Tuesday after four months of lockdown, imposed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Meet Vikas Baghel, a 21-year-old boy of a driver whose rap song on coronavirus is doing the rounds on social media
Artist Gaurav Ogale brings collaborators across entertainment and theatre for an ongoing series of poetry, book readings and spoken word
Ranga-Shri Little Ballet Troupe is determined to retain and pay its artistes, maintain its premises and build more shows
Queen Victoria was eight years old when she started drawing classes. And many of her paintings and sketches have been preserved
For Bose Krishnamachari, Vermeer's The Milkmaid mirrors the Dutch artist's own loneliness and captures meaningful realism, while Manisha Parekh considers Georgia O'Keeffe’s Winter Road 1 as the work of someone comfortable with one’s own company
Female rage, enclosed within a mystical premise or not, has suffered from years of misrepresentation in both literature and films. Bulbbul changes that
Architect Nisha Mathew Ghosh, who will curate the India Pavilion of the London Design Biennale 2021, shares her preliminary thoughts on green ideas that will make up a billion stories
Apart from this, the musicians in the joint letter have also formulated "a three-point strategy" to revive the music scene.
Photographer Gauri Gill on revisiting her series 'Nizamuddin at Night' with a new montage and photographing her Delhi neighbourhood during the lockdown
A short film, Delivering Smiles, records a day in the life of a delivery person during a pandemic while putting class structures and dignity of labour under the spotlight
The Hindustani classical vocalist speaks about the changing scenario of concerts, the importance of riyaz, her lockdown initiative for budding musicians, and the future of her band ‘Maati Baani’.
Within two days of its release, an Odia movie is removed from the India market of a streaming platform on the ground that it showcases movies in nine Indian languages only.
From family ties being renewed to watching art and finding purpose as a health worker, everybody has been braving challenges and finding new ways to express love and courage
Vasundhara Das, who has donned several hats, including that of an entrepreneur and environmentalist, is passionate about music therapy and continues to further the cause of using music for community building and leadership, as a drum jam facilitator in India.
Actor couple Rasika Dugal and Mukul Chadda co-write and act in a short film shot on phones at their Mumbai home.
Samarth Mahajan, who will present his latest, The Borderlands, at Cannes Film Festival’s Marche du Film this week, on his earlier documentary, The Unreserved, which is now available online.
Prior to this, she had also lent her name to aid black-owned businesses by the same name. She chose the occasion of Juneteenth – a holiday celebrated to mark the official ending of slavery – to do so.
One of the most popular artistes in Kashmir, Ali Saffudin talks about his latest single, his journey as a musician and protest art in the Valley.
The four-page letter will be part of an exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum. It will feature in October and will be titled, Your loving Vincent: Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters.