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Stuck in memory’s mesh

It’s an arresting installation, like a scene right out of a new-wave film of the 1970s, rife with unstat...

Conversations with the self

An interesting talking point emerging from the long periods of confinement in the past one year has been about...
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Berhampore-based Rangasram staged Janashatru, an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People at ...

Shor Police to create a ‘wonderland’ of John Mayer hits

Electropop duo Shor Police — predisposed to genre-bending musical outings —will take a hybrid appr...

Exploring “the gaze” of an artist

Focusing on the contested issue of “the gaze” and facilitating a discourse around it is DAG with i...

Exploring relationships between body and stillness

Making art is an intensely personal experience while putting it out for the world to see is quite the opposite...

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Arts  /  Published 28.02.21

Billie and her musical journey

There is more than ample reason for Eilish to have been littered with Grammys in the last couple of years. The way she writes and sings her songs, the themes she chooses, definitely ensures her releva...
By Anusha Viswanathan in

Arts  /  Published 27.02.21

Action replay

Berhampore-based Rangasram staged Janashatru, an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People at Tapan Theatre on January 28. An Ibsen adaptation is nothing new in Calcutta theatres since...
By Anshuman Bhowmick in

Arts  /  Published 27.02.21

Conversations with the self

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By Kathakali Jana in

Arts  /  Published 27.02.21

Stuck in memory’s mesh

It’s an arresting installation, like a scene right out of a new-wave film of the 1970s, rife with unstated menace. From a faux mud wall facade, made with jute, plaster, sticks and news...
By Rita Datta in

Arts  /  Published 27.02.21

Future of live arts

Tell us about directing Jim Sarbh in Sea Wall. The audience response to Jim Sarbh performing Sea Wall at the Add Art Festival was extraordinary. So we obviously wanted to revisit that. It’s suc...
By Shrestha Saha in

Arts  /  Published 26.02.21

Sanu on his new single

How do you see the future of playback with technical modulation, remixes and remakes? We have progressed quite a lot technically but vocals will always take centre stage. To be successful, one needs t...
By Aniruddha Biswas in

Arts  /  Published 25.02.21

Shor Police to create a ‘wonderland’ of John Mayer hits

Electropop duo Shor Police — predisposed to genre-bending musical outings —will take a hybrid approach to Grammy-winning blues-rock and pop icon John Mayer’s works. Shor Police &mdas...
By Aniruddha Biswas  in

Arts  /  Published 22.02.21

Exploring relationships between body and stillness

The paradoxes in her vision are fashioned much after what the average human being also experiences, thereby making Bare Bones intensely relatable in its emotional quotient. Sometimes Sultana’s c...
By Anannya Sarkar in

Arts  /  Published 22.02.21

Exploring “the gaze” of an artist

With artworks paralleling the modern art movement in India, the show has been curated in order to examine notions of “scopophilia” from the perspectives of both female and male artists as ...
By Anannya Sarkar in

Arts  /  Published 20.02.21

Open wounds

The minimalist beauty of the lateritic landscape of Santiniketan has inspired some of the greatest works of the Bengal school. But that sublime landscape is now being lost to urbanization. Ghana Shyam...
By Srimoyee Bagchi in


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