Seven roving theater companies are back on stage playing before crowds in villages, towns and cities across the state. These mobile theaters are among the most popular forms of local entertainment.
The sculptures in the museum, which were lowered underwater using a crane, are made with inert pH neutral materials that attract marine life, meaning that each sculpture will, in time, be covered in marine biomass.
Easter has always been a sacred holiday for Spaniards and millions take to the road, many just to see the processions. But COVID-19 halted all that
Rehmat-e-Nusrat, a group of passionate young musicians from Uttarakhand, will bring the timeless tradition of qawwali in their unique way at the 16th-century heritage park complex adjacent to Humayun's Tomb on April 23
Locals believe that the festival started during the Lichchhabi dynasty more than one thousand years ago
The documentary filmmaker will receive the prestigious 2022 Outstanding Achievement Award at Toronto’s Hot Docs Festival this month
A new book gets 54 historians, writers and curators to nominate their favourite Indian artworks since the 1900s
A Berlin exhibition explores the buzzing heyday of Beirut's arts scene in the 1960s, and how it was cut short by the darkness of the Lebanese Civil War.
An annual Indian classical music festival held at Chowmahalla Palace in Hyderabad, Pandit Motiram Pandit Maniram Sangeet Samaroha was started by noted classical singer Pandit Jasraj in memory of his father, Motiram, and brother, Maniram
Even though this performing art form is dwindling, it is still alive in places like Birbhum, Bankura, Nadia, Burdwan, Murshidabad and Purulia -- mostly in the villages
The schoolboy, who is currently in the process of completing his collection for the exhibition, started painting as he played with food colours at just eight months old
More than a million visitors have admired the Morozov Collection in Paris. But due to the war in Ukraine, sending the Impressionist masterpieces back to Russia is complicated.
It spotlights the next generation of artists alongside modern masters through initiatives including auditorium talks, performances, film screenings, outdoor art projects, artist-led workshops, and an online symposium in the run up to the fair
Since the diamond was the object of desire for many kings, emperors and invaders, it earned an ill reputation. This is why male members of the British royal family never wear it
Termed as one of "Pablo Picasso’s most monumental and uninhibitedly sensual portrayals of Marie-Thérèse Walter", the portrait is from the acclaimed painter's most prolific years
Chowdhry told indianexpress.com that women’s experiences of sexual violence, honour killings, honour suicides, and ostracisation from families and communities are "virtually erased from nationalist accounts of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh"
Glasgow City Council had received a formal request from the Indian High Commission in London earlier this year for the return of six architectural antiquities from Kanpur, Gwalior and Bihar
The India Art Festival was inaugurated at the Constitution Club of India, Rafi Marg
“This is an auction representing an incredible life and career. It’s a lifestyle auction," said Martin Nolan, the executive director of Julien's Auctions.
He uses a weapon to portray mass migration, and renders the destruction of the Amazon rainforest in vibrant colors: Photographer Richard Mosse combines reportage and art to examine the world's crises.
The drawing, one of the few works of the Renaissance Italian artist in private hands, was sold in 1907 in Paris and billed as a work of the school of Michelangelo
Shikha Sharma, 23, depicts the key moments from the 900 crore SS Rajamouli film in the compilation video
"An artiste thrives on interacting with a live audience. So, performing in front of cameras, laptops and phones was a very insipid way of expression, especially for an artist like me who really loves being on stage. It a was terrible time and it affected me mentally," the musician added
Almost three years after the devastating fire, time pressure and quarrels complicate the reconstruction of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, notes Cologne's former master builder Barbara Schock-Werner.
"I drew my inspiration from the immersive power of movies, building on the idea that our bodies are in one place but everything else that makes us living, breathing human beings, are transported," said the award winning artist