From a distance, a majestic tiger and a cow, painted on the wall of the station’s escalator, welcome commuters, while another wall sports a girl with flowing, dark hair.
Anita Dube has peering eyes collectively looking through the red that is scattered on a white sheet underneath.
The halls of India Art Fair reflect modern-day politics, from discrimination of Dalits to dreams of peace, while remembering artists who have passed on.
Each piece of furniture in the collection comes with its own narrative and history.
Photographer Pablo Bartholomew, who recently turned 60, celebrates by looking back at artists, writers, actors and filmmakers who had an impact on him early in his career.
On the sidelines of his new exhibition, 94-year-old SH Raza talks about his art and admiration for Sanskrit
An exhibition brings together some rare works by Masters of Indian art
Meera Syal on the power of ‘ha ha hee hee’, her breakthrough show and her latest book on international surrogacy
Atwood conceived of the LongPen years ago as she was considering ways authors could reach out to fans worldwide without having to travel non-stop.
A group show of Indian and South Korean artists is showcasing modern concepts and techniques practiced in ceramic art
Dastkar Design Fair promises to tickle the aesthetic taste buds of craft lovers with an elegantly curated exhibition
The 'Bharat Parv' festival — showcasing cuisine and culture of different states of India — will be held from January 26 to January 29.
Nearly two decades ago, when Shahidul Alam founded the Pathshala South Asian Media Institute in Dhaka, he shaped a new way of viewing Bangladesh.
The GIG is different from any other festivals, as it’s a carnival that by definition celebrates every aspect and facet of modern India.
Popularly known as Amma, Mrinalini, danseuse, Padma Bhushan awardee and wife of Indian scientist the late Vikram Sarabhai, passed away Thursday.
Bharatanatyam exponent Mrinalini Sarabhai, who passed away at 97, represented an emerging India through her dance, which merged passion with the cerebral
Bharatanatyam exponent Mrinalini Sarabhai, who passed away at 97, was a rare manifestation of an emerging India that represented passion paired with the complex conceptual study of the art form.
For Sudarshan Shetty’s latest exhibition, the artist finds inspiration in objects, buildings and accompanying memories
In her second solo exhibition, Delhi-based Tanya Goel uses materials from construction sites to create a visual record of the rapidly changing landscape of the Capital.
Vadodara-based artist Jeram Patel, who passed away on Monday, is remembered by his contemporaries for his quiet demeanour and powerful repertoire.
A stage adaptation of Satyajit Ray’s The Apu Trilogy commemorates the 81st birth anniversary of actor Soumitra Chatterjee.
Artist Shilpa Gupta, 39, and Pakistani artist Rashid Rana showcased at the Venice Biennale last year. In this interview, Gupta talks about the exhibition now on show at Vadehra Art Gallery, Delhi, and how politics informs her work.
His devotion to art is obvious as despite being bed-ridden over the last nine years due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and gradually losing eyesight owing to cataract, 64-year-old Weets hasn’t put a full-stop to painting.
Since 2013, Noroc has been travelling across the world with her camera, documenting diversity in the world through the portraits of women she meets, through her project titled, “The Atlas of Beauty”.
As war plane motifs hover in the sky, a Kalighat-inspired image of Durga slaying the demon Mahishasura beside the scene, acts as a metaphor.