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Talking Out of the Closet

Sunday 27 November '11

Pop culture and art embrace queerness, in cheeky poses and moving images. How real is this change?
Fresh off the Boat

Sunday 20 November '11

Get a feel of Southern backwaters in the middle of Delhi’s Vasant Kunj.
A Colourful HomeComing

Sunday 20 November '11

SH Raza presents his first exhibition after returning to India from Paris, where he lived for several decades.
A Colourful HomeComing

Saturday 19 November '11

SH Raza presents his first exhibition after returning to India from Paris, where he lived for several decades
Her Fair Ladies

Friday 18 November '11

Images of Hollywood and Bollywood beauties meet in the works of artist Kanchan Chander.
Square Root

Monday 14 November '11

With canvases as dazzling as her smile, Paris-based artist Sujata Bajaj travels to India with her new works
Canvassing Change

Wednesday 9 November '11

Abstract art drops its intellectual cloak with four important shows in the Capital.
An Insider’s Tale

Monday 7 November '11

Muktinath Mondal's exhibition is a heartfelt comment between nostalgic idealism and poignant realism.
Hue Does It

Sunday 6 November '11

That a colour-blind photographer or a painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry, Oli...
A Polished Indian Odyssey

Thursday 3 November '11

Polish artist Stefan Norblin’s exhibition in Delhi is a nostalgic journey through 20th century India.
A Polished Indian Journey

Thursday 3 November '11

Bedecked women with swarthy complexions set against a tawny desert may scream cliché to a viewer of modern contemporary art.
New in the Neighbourhood

Wednesday 2 November '11

Art lovers will no longer have to wend their way down to Okhla in order to enjoy the mega shows that Vadehra Art Gallery is known for.
Hue Does It

Tuesday 1 November '11

That a colour-blind photographer or a painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry, Oli...
Colour Coded

Monday 31 October '11

That a colour-blind photographer or painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry, Olive...
Colour Coded

Sunday 30 October '11

That a colour-blind photographer or painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry, Olive...
Colour Coded

Sunday 30 October '11

That a colour-blind photographer or painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry, Olive...
Building Blocks on Canvas

Monday 17 October '11

The tall, lanky artist M Pravat has no difficulty maneuvering larger canvases.
Canvas On The Ramp-age

Monday 10 October '11

Rimzim Dadu’s line, that was shown at the WIFW on Saturday, makes it apparent that the young designer has turned to the outdoors for inspiration — her motifs had a fairytale, Alice in Wonderland, feel...
Canvas on the Ramp-age

Monday 10 October '11

Rimzim Dadu’s line that was showed at the WIFW on Saturday makes it apparent that the young designer has turned to the outdoors for inspiration, her motifs had a fairytale, Alice-in-Wonderland feel to...
City Travels

Wednesday 5 October '11

Painter, art historian and teacher, Gulammohammed Sheikh, 74, is an old hat at wearing hats. However, the one passion that has remained a constant for him is travel.

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Pawan KheraReally, Mr Mehta? Much that I enjoy your sophomoric enthusiasm, your assertions are hurried and inaccurate. The UPA didn't aim to silence people. The UPA heard what the people spoke. Pawan Khera Imagining a silence, missing the point, July 19 Comments
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Shashi TharoorPawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments
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