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Aug 11
Royal College of Arts, London displays art work of Indian students

As isolation forced by lockdown and social distancing has influenced RCA 2020 graduate…

Aug 10
Women artists ink their rapt expressions on canvas

The ongoing art exhibition in Hyderabad’s Kalakriti art gallery features the…

Aug 08
Not a Trifle of a Vase

After a tenacious bidding which ran almost up to forty five minutes. A seemingly…

Aug 08
Wartime response by artists: Using cultural power to sail through tough times.

Pandemic may have forced all the art galleries and museums across the world into…

Aug 07
Life and Loom : Weaving a meagre life, working fingers to the bone

Since the colonial time until present day, Life of weavers in India has never been…

Aug 06
When walking was too precarious a pastime : Indian artists in Europe share the experience of their journey afoot.

Baffled by the images of grim situation of migrant labours and a caravan seething…

Aug 04
Kumartuli clay idols yet to get GI Tag Identification

Sequestered in the clammy lanes of North Kolkata, Kumartauli is a traditional…

Aug 03
Art of recognising animal behaviours

The latest book of Janaki Lenin “Every Creature Has a Story: What Science…

Aug 03
John Forbes Watson: A fierce cataloguer of Indian textiles for the Secretary of State for India

It won’t be an overstatement to state that rich tradition of Indian textiles…

Aug 02
Hyderabad’s renowned bronze sculptor left behind him the works of riveting beauty

One of Hyderabad’s foremost sculptors, Y Shivarama Chary left behind a legacy of the…