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On Display: Himalayan Treasures By Sanat Chatterjee, Underlined With Secularism

On Display: Himalayan Treasures By Sanat Chatterjee, Underlined With Secularism

An ongoing exhibition in Shimla of 30 unseen paintings from the Ram Naam collection by the late artist Sanat Chatterjee, a Bengal School proponent, attempt to looks beyond the usual lens of Hinduism

17 April 2022
India Art Festival To Return To Delhi After Almost 2 Years

India Art Festival To Return To Delhi After Almost 2 Years

The annual art fair, now in its sixth edition, will have on display 3,500 artworks brought by over 20 galleries from across the country.

03 April 2022

Bigger, Taller, Wider: Size Matters When It Comes To Statues

In a contest of sorts, some recent announcements around statues show how each one is being built to be bigger than the other

Statues And The Construction Of Memory

Statues And The Construction Of Memory

Far from being about ‘art for art’s sake’, statues are instrument for revival of memory, or construction of new ones.

04 February 2022

Can Statues Teach Us About History? Do They Tell The Truth?

The statues mark a point of time; time removes them; the new statues represent some different ideology; common men and onlookers remain unchanged beyond their...

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04 February 2022
The Politics Of Statues And The Various Gazes

The Politics Of Statues And The Various Gazes

Why are some statues built and others defaced? Why does no one ever build the statue of a working class man? Why are female statues shaped for the male gaze?


04 February 2022
Statues Of Women In India And The Male Gaze

Statues Of Women In India And The Male Gaze

Can public art in India, depicting admirable women from history and mythology, shed the male gaze?


04 February 2022
How Statue Wars Became A Prominent Feature Of Indian Political Landscape

How Statue Wars Became A Prominent Feature Of Indian Political Landscape

An exclusive extract from Kajri Jain’s book, ‘Gods In The Time Of Democracy’


06 September 2021
Song Of The Unsung Artists

Song Of The Unsung Artists

Glimpses into the art world, we peek into a sculptor’s workshop in Pondicherry, a fundraiser and an auction


09 July 2021
Hold Your Horse

Hold Your Horse

Can the Gateway of India be shifted out of Mumbai’s seascape? Ridiculous idea, you’ll say. How then can Bhubaneswar’s emblem, the Warrior Horse, be led...


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04 June 2021
Covid Kills An Icon, A Dream

Covid Kills An Icon, A Dream

A second Konark temple? That improbable feat may have come about, but we have lost the man who had that dream.


23 March 2021
Farmers Pay Tribute To Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru On 'Shaheed Diwas'

Farmers Pay Tribute To Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru On 'Shaheed Diwas'

March 23 is observed as 'Shaheed Diwas' to pay tribute to Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru who were hanged for killing British police officer J P Saunders....


18 February 2019
Seven Wonders Of World In Delhi

Seven Wonders Of World In Delhi

The Delhi government has developed a park Smriti Van in Sarai Kale Khan replicating structures of the Seven Wonders of the World made from scrap.


05 January 2019
Ice And Snow Sculpture Festival

Ice And Snow Sculpture Festival

The Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival is known for massive, elaborate and colorfully lit ice sculptures featuring animals, cartoon characters and...


18 October 2018
'Picasso - Metamorfosi' Exhibition

'Picasso - Metamorfosi' Exhibition

About 200 works from the Picasso museum in Paris, the Louvre and other important European institutions are displayed at the Palazzo Reale, from Oct.18 to Feb....


16 August 2018
Gaj Mahotsav

Gaj Mahotsav

Wildlife Trust of India organised a four day celebration of the majestic Asian elephant starting on the World Elephant Day, to raise awareness for the...


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28 May 2018
How Clay Gives Eye-Sight To A Lofty Line-up of Classical Actor-Dancers

How Clay Gives Eye-Sight To A Lofty Line-up of Classical Actor-Dancers

A small Kerala pocket with big cultural heritage is celebrating its association with three Kathakali icons. On the occasion, a look at multi-faceted Sadanam K....


01 December 2017
Madame Tussauds-Delhi Chapter

Madame Tussauds-Delhi Chapter

Delhiwallahs fix date with their favourite stars as the city gets its own Madame Tussauds wax museum


22 July 2017
Journey Of A Sculptor’s Oeuvre

Journey Of A Sculptor’s Oeuvre

In Mahabalipuram, veteran P.N. Nandan talks about his art, ideas and the market


22 July 2017
Book Of Stones

Book Of Stones

Why is modern Indian sculpture a story obscured in shadows?


19 June 2017
True Grit

True Grit

Artists from New England, Canada, California and Europe compete to create their designs over three days, totaling 24 hours, in an annual competition.


24 April 2017
Line-Up Of Exalted Works By A Galaxy Of Modernists

Line-Up Of Exalted Works By A Galaxy Of Modernists

As one of India’s premier institutions of visual culture, Delhi’s National Gallery of Modern Art is holding a show that primarily opens a random but...


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