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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
Of Peculiarities and Dark Romance 

Saturday 28 December '13

There’s nothing like too much for Belle and Sebastian, and the 19-track album pretty much reinstates that.
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
The Artists Declare

Monday 16 December '13

27 artists deconstruct the history and functionality of manifestos in today’s age
Same Difference

Saturday 14 December '13

While it’s not unusual for art to be censored in the country, does the Supreme Court verdict on Section 377 make it harder for artists to express themselves?
Time on Wheels

Wednesday 11 December '13

The Heritage Transport Museum in Manesar drives us to contemporise the way we look at history.
The Masters of Art

Sunday 8 December '13

To mark their first auction in India, international auction house, Christie’s, opens a treasure trove of modern classics, leading with the personal collection of late pioneering gallerists Kekoo and K...
Royal Treatment, Almost

Monday 2 December '13

British Library brings its popular exhibition on Mughals to Delhi, but only a facsimile version
Method in Madness

Friday 29 November '13

The latest Khoj residency on art and fashion departs from the conventional framework to provoke coherent conversations.
Spaced Out

Wednesday 27 November '13

A prominent gallery in the country, Bangalore-based GALLERYSKE celebrates its 10-year run with a Delhi outpost.
Drawn to Animals

Tuesday 26 November '13

Remembering Pulak Biswas, one of the pioneers of modern illustration in India.
Drawn to Animals

Monday 25 November '13

Remembering Pulak Biswas, one of the pioneers of modern illustration in India.
His True Colours

Sunday 17 November '13

One of the most prolific artists of our time, Atul Dodiya, celebrates over 30 years of art with a ‘survey’ show.
Come Out and Play

Saturday 16 November '13

K S Radhakrishnan on open air as a medium and the need for sculptures in public spaces.
Anatomy of the Dead

Sunday 10 November '13

The 2011 exhibition upholstered these hollow shells currently occupying Vadehra with an assortment of objects and trash.
The Soloist

Tuesday 15 October '13

British theatre person Pip Utton brings his edgy and popular stage alter-egos — Hitler and Churchill — to India
No Smoking Please

Friday 11 October '13

Woody Allen’s decision to pull out his film Blue Jasmine from Indian screens reignites the debate: do we really need the annoying scroll every time a character in the film lights up?
Chronicles of Supergranny

Monday 7 October '13

For the Delhi Photo Festival, French photographer Sacha Goldberger brings Mamika, his 94-year-old grandmother’s sassy, bold and eccentric alter-ego

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