Art

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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?...

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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,...

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Breaking conventions at a new group show in Delhi

A new art exhibition, titled Vocabularies, features engaging work by three contemporary artists, namely Shaila Nambiar, Sarika Bajaj, Kruti Thaker....

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A modern master whose passing marks the end of an era in Indian art

After the death of the renowned painter Ram Kumar, the artist’s friends and close associates talk about his legacy, his...

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Vivan Sundaram: My Experiments with Art

One of India’s best-known artists, Vivan Sundaram turned 75 this year, and his life’s work is part of a grand...

Tenth anniversary auction by Astaguru offers distinct works

India proudly boasts of artists that have not only significantly changed the historic course of Indian art but also managed...

These canvases are inspired by the literary designs of Kafka and Freud

Written over a hundred years ago, the works of writer Franz Kafka and psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud still find relevance with...

The building blocks of Rabindranath Tagore’s architectural imagination

The contributions that Rabindranath Tagore made to Indian literature, arts and culture are too numerous to take any real account...

Drury’s daring experiments in drawing at Mumbai exhibition

London based artist Elizabeth Drury’s solo show Objects in Transition is on display at Mumbai’s Akara Art. Born in 1991,...