Art

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DIY art as a tool to educate children and raise environmental awareness­­

Long before the do-it-yourself concept became a phenomenon on the Internet, artist...

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Artists who found inspiration in urban dust heaps and human wastelands

Can the rubbish heap be seen as a subject fit for art? Two new exhibitions, currently on at separate venues...

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Retracing the creative links between India and Greece

Born in 1977 in Jharkhand, India, acclaimed artist Dr Rekha K. Rana has over 50 exhibitions to her credit. In...

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Satyajit Ray’s ‘photo biographer’, Nemai Ghosh remembers his mentor and muse

Acclaimed photographer Nemai Ghosh dedicated over 25 years of his career photographing the filmmaker Satyajit Ray. His photos of Ray...

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Dance-movement therapy to help you rejuvenate the mind, body and soul

Dance is a way to find oneself, and loose oneself—all in one go. It’s a form of entertainment. But can...

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I think quality always speaks to people: Aditi Mangaldas on the relevance of the Kathak form

Aditi Mangaldas, a leading Kathak dancer and choreographer, is today recognised for her artistry and eloquence that marks each of...

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What role does memory play in the formal realm of painting?

A new show, titled, Persistence of Memory, going on at Mumbai’s Akara Art brings to fore the intrinsic relationship thet...

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Suspended in mid-air, a spectacle of movement

Transe Express, a troupe of acrobats, musicians and comedians from France, recently concluded their debut India tour. Rishita Roy Chowdhury...

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Great artworks available at throwaway prices at Delhi’s Affordable Art Mela

Organised by Kolkata’s CIMA art gallery, the Affordable Art Mela is being hosted in Delhi for the first time ever,...