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In a catharsis of sorts, Krishna uncovers the cruel exclusivity that infects classical arts, keeping out...
Visiting Amrita Sher-Gil’s art on her birth centenary
A gallery of Indian landscapes—from the orderliness of the Company School to modernists’ abstractions in...
Picasso, Dali, Yoko Ono.... the India Art Fair is bigger than ever
Work from Picasso’s most creative phase, 1930-37, comes visiting
The vigorous credo of India's most famous painter saw him galloping in pace with the march of time
For the first time, Indian and European greats exhibit together
A rare Amrita Sher-Gil study of rural women is sold for a record Rs 6.9 crore
A post-9/11 dread fills Bhupen Khakhar's poster-faces, says Yashodhara Dalmia
The larger-than-life artist has been humanised in this handsomely-illustrated book.
A tribal artist's suicide in a Japan 'museum' reopens old wounds
A Pakistan in ferment reveals itself at a London exhibition
Way before Sotheby's, the Keehns were patrons of Indian art
Tyeb Mehta reinvents Mahishasura in a modernist metaphor
Themes of decay and regeneration find an inventive global idiom
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Opinion | Online Gaming Industry Can Boost Make In India Initiative
From Pac-Man To PUBG Mobile, Why Esports Threatens To Overtake Cricket In India
Ponting By His Side Delhi Skipper Rishabh Pant Wants To Keep Things Simple
'There Are Only Three Ways To Protect Yourself'
Didi Takes Wheelchair Tour As Nandigram Votes
My Aim Is To Play Red Ball Cricket Again: Bhuvneshwar Kumar
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