"In this art form, we use basic figures like triangles, circles, squares and lines," artist Mayur Vayeda shared
As a new museum on the samurai opens in Berlin, here are five facts about how the legendary warriors and political elite shaped the history of Japan for centuries
"The occupiers can destroy the museum where Hryhoriy Skovoroda worked for the last years of his life and where he was buried. But they will not destroy our memory and our values!" Oleh Synyehubov, governor of Kharkiv, said in a Telegram post
The Warhol sale unseated the previous record holder and another modern master, Jean-Michel Basquiat, whose 1982 painting “Untitled” of a skull-like face sold for a record $110.5 million at Sotheby’s in 2017.
Sharing the unseen facets of the musician, Ina Puri, his biographer, said, "He had so much scholarly knowledge but he wore it lightly. He was a wonderful company and had a great sense of humour."
"His departure impoverishes our cultural world. My deepest condolences," Mamata Banerjee wrote
He had been suffering from kidney-related issues for the last six months and was on dialysis. He passed away due to cardiac arrest.
Almost half of the village's residents — more than 1,800 people, including 400 children — will participate in the play about the last five days before Christ's crucifixion.
Rogan painting is basically cloth printing seen in many parts of Gujarat, but mostly practised in the Kutch district
Architect-artist Ankon Mitra celebrates the quotidian in his latest solo while using origami techniques to fold aluminium sheets, leather, ceramics and even glass, resulting in an absolute spectacle
Hyderabad-based artist, Madhukar Mucharla, who showed his works at the India Art Fair last week, on facing discrimination for being a Dalit, exploring the stories of the community and depicting their suffering by stitching together pieces of leather, traditionally associated with lower castes
Bengaluru’s prestigious Indian Institute of Cartoonists to exhibit caricatures and cartoons of Anirban Bora, who passed away from COVID last year
More than a century old rare books on India will feature in this books auction. Among them is one that features an ‘Oomraojaan Dancing girl of Joogna’
Viewers are no longer just spectators admiring the painting from a distance, they find ways to engage with the exhibits intimately
The IAF has several curated walks on varied themes. We attended one walk and here is our experience.
Art reflects society but also attempts at bringing a change. Among its numerous other highlights, the India Art Fair (IAF) 2022 also has several artists questioning gender stereotypes. Here is a look at some of the works intended at that.
The organisers are planning to host summer and winter editions of the festival at different venues across the country
Art is a reflection of society and artists often urge viewers to ask questions. Right at the entrance is a Madhukar Mucharla portrait of Babasaheb Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution who fought against caste discrimination.
In Delhi to mark 30 years of Narthaki – an online platform she created to connect the dance community – dancer, writer and arts entrepreneur Anita Ratnam talks about issues surrounding dance in India, the impact of the pandemic and challenges faced by performing artistes
After a gap year due to the pandemic, the 13th edition of the India Art Fair brings together masters and contemporaries, and covers a huge gamut -- from indigenous art to NFT works
Writer Sohail Hashmi, Talent Group, and Friends of Heritage Society were recipients of the awards
The 'Masters Legacy' modern Indian art auction is a 1957 masterpiece by artist FN Souza, 'Girl in a Yellow Sweater'. Appearing in an auction for the first time, the painting was originally in the collection of Harold Kovner, a very important and extremely supportive patron to the artist.
Beyond mere viewing of art, the four-day event will also include other programmes to engage the audience. Here is what one can explore outside the gallery booths.
Days of future past: Ancestors, on view till May 8, is laid out like a post-human crypt
Jaya Asokan, director of India Art Fair, on giving representation to younger artists and indigenous art, and encouraging interaction between artists and the audience
Neoliberalism assumes women's lives are shaped by deliberate choices for which they, as individuals, are responsible. Little attention is paid to the contexts that constrain women's choices