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Pyne: Inhabiting a twilight world

Ganesh Pyne’s works never fail to intrigue viewers with the aura of mystery that veils them. Even when h...

New tools for the non-proscenium

Adversity, for all the harms it inflicts, brings out the urge to innovate and reinvent. In the months precedin...
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Deep wounds inflicted by the lockdown

When the unplanned lockdown was announced here on a 4-hour notice, it triggered impossibly long marches of mig...

Making art more democratic

Making art more democratic and accessible are needs that precede the pandemic and while online exhibitions and...

Rupankar to launch a Pujor Gaan

Pujor gaan or songs released during Durga Puja have always held a special charm in the hearts of Bengalis for ...

Somlata and the Aces to perform online

Going by tradition, the atmosphere reverberates with Chandipaath, and Mahalaya ushers in the festive spirit. T...

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Arts  /  Published 18.09.20

Deep wounds inflicted by the lockdown

When the unplanned lockdown was announced here on a 4-hour notice, it triggered impossibly long marches of migrant labourers to their villages. And conscientious artists were quick to voice their prot...
By Rita Datta in

Arts  /  Published 18.09.20

New tools for the non-proscenium

Adversity, for all the harms it inflicts, brings out the urge to innovate and reinvent. In the months preceding the lockdown, Loknath De was busily taking the stage for a host of Calcutta theatre grou...
By Dipankar Sen in

Arts  /  Published 18.09.20

Pyne: Inhabiting a twilight world

Ganesh Pyne’s works never fail to intrigue viewers with the aura of mystery that veils them. Even when he depicted the most mundane of objects he invested them with an enigmatic air that transpo...
By Soumitra Das in

Arts  /  Published 16.09.20

Rupankar to launch a Pujor Gaan

Pujor gaan or songs released during Durga Puja have always held a special charm in the hearts of Bengalis for decades though that cultural lineage and fondness has somehow faded over time. To rekindle...
By Aniruddha Biswas in

Arts  /  Published 16.09.20

Making art more democratic

Art Fervour went live as a website in March 2019 and is a spunky site for both art lovers and those who are waiting to wet their feet in the vast waters of art. Galleries, artists, exhibits and discus...
By Anannya Sarkar in

Arts  /  Published 14.09.20

Somlata and the Aces to perform online

Going by tradition, the atmosphere reverberates with Chandipaath, and Mahalaya ushers in the festive spirit. This time there will also be something new and musical on the online space. On September 17...
By Arindam Chatterjee in

Arts  /  Published 13.09.20

Tech meets our strained times

Gallery Art Exposure is now hosting the latest body of works by Viraag Desai, in which he uses his technique of collage/de-collage and water-colour illustrations to repurpose technology as he connects...
By Anannya Sarkar in

Arts  /  Published 11.09.20

Linking word and image

When the nation witnesses an unprecedented silence over civil rights violation, Theatre of Dissent seems to be alive in downtown Calcutta. On August 22, Parnab Mukherjee returned to the city theatre s...
By Anshuman Bhowmick in

Arts  /  Published 11.09.20

Future vision for the arts

Overwhelming in its import, the pandemic has challenged artists to think of ways to ‘work from home’. With live work on an indefinite hold, digital is now the buzzword in a field such as d...
By Kathakali Jana in

Arts  /  Published 11.09.20

A glimpse into a brave new world

It is well known that both Gaganendranath and Abanindranath adapted stories culled from world literature and gave them vernacular identities by relocating them to the world the two brothers inhabited,...
By Soumitra Das in


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