We take a first-hand look at illustrator and visual artist Sameer Kulavoor’s unusual collection of objects.
In conversation with Sarita Vellani about Toto Funds the Arts, a unique initiative that seeks to reward the potential in young artists across the country.
Kulture Shop is a new Mumbai-based initiative that aims to change the way people look at art and design in modern India.
In conversation with Karthika Nair about her poetry, scripting dances, and escaping labels.
Open Show India offers a way for photographers and multimedia producers in the country to remain in contact with the contemporary vocabulary of image-making.
Head to Byculla next week for some great live music, stand-up comedy, and contemporary art—and it’s all for a good cause. Details inside.
The initiative is looking for submissions from multimedia artists, photographers, and filmmakers in the city for a showing this weekend. Details inside.
India’s happiest music showcase festival kicks off today and takes place over three days, from November 18-20.
Wait for the right person, the right backdrop, the right season, the right beverage, the right theme, the right everything.
Female artists were given the illusion of freedom of expression but in actuality were socially restricted to painting the domestic lifestyle.
It’s easier to understand time when so much of it seems to stagnate, churn, curdle, and recycle in front of you.
An exclusive interview with Diti and Apu, founders of No Nasties, a young company that is contributing to better living conditions for farmers in India through their line of fresh and quirky designer t-shirts.