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Tradition and individual talent

The 10th edition of Little Thespian’s national theatre festival (March 22-27), aptly titled ‘Jashn...

In search of paradise

It would take unforeseen shifts in civilizational thinking for the landscape — or Nature in some form &m...
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Missing link

The exhibition, From Kolkata to Italy: Of places in Dialogue, organized by the Italian Consulate, Calcutta (Ma...

Thistledown in the wind

Ganesh Haloi was born way back in 1936 in the Jamalpur district of Bangladesh. Yet, at his stage in life, he h...

Right recipe

Art works in mysterious ways. Sometimes, even an assemblage of all the right ingredients will not produce the ...

A patchwork of ideas

Saadat Hasan Manto’s short stories, especially the ones exploring the sombre darkness enveloping the Par...

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Arts  /  Published 27.05.21

Art-based fundraisers for Covid relief

Ahmedabad-based 079 Stories gallery has brought a number of artists together, including Michelle Poonawalla, who have donated their artworks for a fund-raising sale. Called Instilling Hope, the sale w...
By Anannya Sarkar in

Arts  /  Published 22.05.21

A look at Art Basel 2021, Hong Kong

We are delighted to team up with Art Basel, Hong Kong to bring an exquisite art experience to guests and our Marriott Bonvoy members. Through our global portfolio of more than 7,600 properties and our...
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Arts  /  Published 22.05.21

New light

Contemporary Bengali theatre often regrets the lack of original scripts. As poets and fiction writers often stay clear of theatre, the vision of a collective art practice remains an elusive dream, mos...
By Anshuman Bhowmick in

Arts  /  Published 22.05.21

Doom on wings

Darkness and foreboding permeated Aakriti Art Gallery’s show, Etched Silence, with birds as harbingers of grim news, death and desolation. Atin Basak’s solitary crows and sparrows share sp...
By Srimoyee Bagchi in

Arts  /  Published 22.05.21

Constant exploration

Among those artists who should be remembered as important crusaders of modernism in its early years in Bengal but are often not was Ramendranath Chakravorty (1902-1955). Particularly because his tenur...
By Rita Datta in

Arts  /  Published 21.05.21

Art initiatives to raise funds for Covid relief

Forever Delhi Delhi-based art connoisseur Shalini Passi has put together a fundraiser featuring black-and-white images photographed by her to support Goonj and Meherbaan India Foundation in aid of th...
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Arts  /  Published 21.05.21

Satiating your miniature cravings

What: Agnika’s Creations Where: @agnikacreations on FB and IG To order or see catalogue: 9073900095 Pictures: Agnika Creations ...
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Arts  /  Published 15.05.21

A creative touch

Albert Camus’s The Plague (1947), the cult French novel that resonates uncannily with the current Covid-19 pandemic scenario, has seen a remarkable stage adaptation in Bengali. Uhinee ...
By Anshuman Bhowmick in

Arts  /  Published 15.05.21

Willed to life

Narayan Sinha has magicked a primordial world of dreams and shifting shadows, of humongous beasts that seem to have crept out of our deepest and darkest thoughts and are battling with one other in an ...
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Arts  /  Published 15.05.21

Telling stories differently

Departure explores the separation of a youthful daughter from her mother as she ventures into the future, its music based on the Tagore song, “Phule phule dhole dhole”, while Ape...
By Kathakali Jana in


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