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  • Tibetan artists welcome PM Modi with Tashi Shopa dance on his arrival in Dharamshala

    Tibetan artists welcome PM Modi with Tashi Shopa dance on his arrival in Dharamshala

    The artists from the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) performed the traditional Tashi Shopa dance to welcome PM Modi.

    June 16, 2022
  • Realm III: A grand display of visual masterpieces

    Realm III: A grand display of visual masterpieces

    Paintings by veteran artist Sakti Burman, whose works inhabit ancient tales of country romances, enchanting maidens, flutists, exotic flowers, and birds, where all creatures dwell in harmony - in a state of dreamlike reality - will also be on display.

    April 25, 2022
  • Artists faired well through virtual paintings and exhibitions in 2021

    Artists faired well through virtual paintings and exhibitions in 2021

    While, the virtual painting exhibition not just garnered better results financially, it also resulted in reduced cost and carbon footprint by eliminating costs of printing catalogues, invites, international air travel for art fairs and packaging and shipping cost for fairs, etc

    January 9, 2022
  • Forum revived to preserve culture, language of Ladakh

    Forum revived to preserve culture, language of Ladakh

    The aim of reforming the prestigious forum was to make it more inclusive by involving all local stakeholders to work for the revival, preservation, and promotion of Ladakh’s rich cultural heritage, said Sonam Wangchuk who has been nominated general secretary of the forum.

    November 15, 2021
  • Delhi gallery displays Rahul Inamdar’s expressions of the ‘imperceptible’

    Delhi gallery displays Rahul Inamdar’s expressions of the ‘imperceptible’

    "The purified linseed oil along with turpentine is more than the mute bystander it's assumed to be. Like the raindrops quenching the parched earth or waves moving, tossing the sand, the medium brings it all together."

    August 24, 2021
  • Creators smile as Indians warm up to new crypto form NFT

    Creators smile as Indians warm up to new crypto form NFT

    The crypto company on June 1 rolled out South Asia's first NFT Marketplace with 15 creators hailing from diverse categories such as space 3D artists, digital artists, muralist photographers, canvas artists, street artists and visual artists.

    July 3, 2021
  • Yoga helps these artists better their art

    Yoga helps these artists better their art

    It gives us happiness and fulfilment, that is the beauty of Yoga. By practicing these yogic postures, it brings calm and ease within you.

    June 19, 2021
  • Radiance: The Basquiat Show

    Radiance: The Basquiat Show

    The exhibition builds on the enormous strides achieved by the auction houses in offering the very best Western Contemporary art in Asia, as well as a reflection of insatiable collector appetite, particularly for works by the iconic artiste.

    May 14, 2021
  • Make use of your expertise

    Make use of your expertise

    The exciting world of a talent manager is nothing short of a challenge a sector that calls for hard work and patience

    August 8, 2020
  • Nationalism and the idea of India

    Nationalism and the idea of India

    Conversely, in the present scenario, the idea of nationalism propagated by Tagore might be deemed controversial as we are witnessing various narratives of nationalism which are stringent in their outlook and do not want to compromise with their set idea or version of nationalism.

    November 18, 2019
  • Aesthetic depiction of Lord Krishna’s avatar in Delhi

    Aesthetic depiction of Lord Krishna’s avatar in Delhi

    The exhibition displays works of international artists like P Gnana and G Subramanian and around 50 paintings, sculptures of Lord Krishna along with other gods.

    August 28, 2019
  • Imbued with Indian essence

    Imbued with Indian essence

    Piramal Museum of Art presents S H Raza: Traversing Terrains, the first major exhibition of the artist since his death in 2016. It traces his development as an artist and philosopher, whilst offering insights into his contributions to post-Independence Indian abstraction.

    June 16, 2018
  • Creative travellers

    Creative travellers

    What started as an informal gathering of friends and guests, the Art Fest Mountains has turned into an eclectic mix of artists from across genres. A review by Aruna Bhowmick.

    June 7, 2018
  • Celebrating women artists

    Celebrating women artists

    A recent art exhibition, showcased women artists and their contribution to Indian art. A review by Aruna Bhowmick.

    March 22, 2018
  • Tribal language One-Act Play finals begin

    Tribal language One-Act Play finals begin

    The 23rd state-level finals of the ‘One Act Drama’ contest in Tribal language began in the Kuruknagar village in Tapan in South Dinajpur on Monday. The competition is being organized by the West Bengal Backward Classes Welfare Department and the Tribal Development Rights Department in association with the District Information and Cultural Department. A total …

    January 30, 2018
  • K’pong artists seek open space to perform

    K’pong artists seek open space to perform

    Artists in Kalimpong have demanded a public square or an open-stage in the town where they can organize performances for the people and hold meetings and discussions. The demand follows an incident that happened a month ago when ‘Caffeine and copies,’ a group that works to promote local literature and art, had to run from …

    January 23, 2018
  • Spotlight on traditional fashion, food, music at Assam fest

    Spotlight on traditional fashion, food, music at Assam fest

    From artists like veteran singer Arun Das performing in Assamese to food stalls serving local cuisine, and models sashaying down the ramp in their traditional wear — Mekhela chador, the opening day of Rongali Festival was all about the celebration of Assam’s culture. The fourth edition of the fest commenced on Friday at the Srimanta …

    January 21, 2018