It’s that time of the year when crop residue burning, Diwali fireworks and vehicular pollution turn Delhi into a gas chamber.
Archana Hande’s installation ‘My Kottige’ is her innovative take on urbanisation and changing times. In her artwork, she has arranged discarded things as a witness of their time and space
The Nepal Picture Library showcases photos of women from that country, both ordinary and celebrated, so that history doesn’t forget them
In his project ‘A Peal of Spring Thunder’, photojournalist Ishan Tankha has captured the conflict in Chhattisgarh in captivating and compelling images
Australian artist Richard Bell maps the spirit of the aboriginal resistance by setting up a tent at Aspinwall House in Kochi. Named the ‘Aboriginal Embassy’, the tent is a symbol of neglect, dispossession and resistance
Nepal-based artist Mekh Limbu feels that while it is important to talk about suffering and suppression, conversations around the process of healing are equally important. Through his paintings, which depict dream sequences, he is striving to preserve Adivasi tradition and languages
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