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The Ground Beneath her Feet

Sunday 5 January '14

Shantala Shivalingappa, a Kuchipudi dancer from Paris, on her art and winning a Bessie, the Oscars of dance
An Untitled Canvas

Sunday 5 January '14

Much like his art, the life of Vasudeo Gaitonde, India’s foremost abstract artist, is an enigma to those unable to see beyond the obvious
An Untitled Canvas

Sunday 5 January '14

Much like his art, the life of Vasudeo Gaitonde, India’s foremost abstract artist, is an enigma to those unable to see beyond the obvious
An Untitled Canvas

Sunday 5 January '14

Much like his art, the life of Vasudeo Gaitonde, India’s foremost abstract artist, is an enigma to those unable to see beyond the obvious
Cracking the Case

Wednesday 25 December '13

Participants at a theatre show turn into detectives to catch a killer
Silver Lining Playbook: 'Ccelebration' of Safdar Hashmi’s 25th death anniversary.

Tuesday 24 December '13

Theatre performances and magic shows mark Janam’s ‘celebration’ of Safdar Hashmi’s 25th death anniversary.
The World’s a Stage

Monday 23 December '13

Three artistes, based overseas, tell us how they pursued their music and dance abroad and turned foreign audiences into fans of Indian culture
Scrapbook of Memories

Friday 20 December '13

A pre-Independence scrapbook inspires an exhibition on forgotten traditions of Bollywood
100 years of Indian cinema: forgotten traditions of Bollywood

Thursday 19 December '13

A pre-Independence scrapbook inspires an exhibition on forgotten traditions of Bollywood.
Strokes of Resistance

Thursday 5 December '13

Somnath Hore drew his heroes from the margins of society
Million Pound Baby

Friday 29 November '13

Born out of an impressive grant, truck art from Punjab and dhokra statues from Bengal are among the contemporary artefacts that make their way to Glasgow Museums.
‘We wanted to show Another India’

Thursday 28 November '13

Truck art from Punjab and dhokra statues from Bengal are among the contemporary artefacts to be showcased in Glasgow Museums.
'We wanted to show another India’

Tuesday 26 November '13

Truck art from Punjab and dhokra statues from Bengal are among the contemporary artefacts to be showcased in Glasgow Museums
'We wanted to show Another India'

Tuesday 26 November '13

Truck art from Punjab and dhokra statues from Bengal are among the contemporary artefacts to be showcased in Glasgow Museums.
Love and a Little Pollution

Sunday 17 November '13

Sonal Mansingh trawls through Indian and Greek mythologies in her new dance piece, When the Gods Meet.
Young at Art

Saturday 16 November '13

National School of Drama (NSD) is currently hosting an audience that isn’t too concerned with the classics such as Adhe Adhure or Oedipus Rex.
Out of Bounds

Tuesday 12 November '13

A photo exhibition brings the BDSM community into the open.
‘One guru said I was too ugly to dance’

Monday 11 November '13

Kuchipudi doyen Raja Reddy looks back at the guru who had turned him away, and at his own modern-day students.
‘One guru said I was too ugly to dance’

Monday 11 November '13

Kuchipudi doyen Raja Reddy looks back at the guru who had turned him away, and at his own modern-day students.
‘One guru said I was too ugly to dance’

Monday 11 November '13

Kuchipudi doyen Raja Reddy looks back at the guru who had turned him away, and at his own modern-day students.

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