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Melody to soothe the soul
Musical evening began with vocal recital by Susmita Chakraborty, who presented Raga Madhuvanti...
Evening opened with duet piece on Lakshmi and Saraswati, in which two sister goddesses were shown as two sides...
The unbearable lightness of being
Most impactful of all works perhaps was installation of fifty life-sized bronze figures titled The Crowd...
Luminous masters, bright students
It bodes well for future of Indian art that even after being dazzled by masters, newcomers in awardees segment...
Opening piece saw entire troupe performing to 'Holi ayi re', a contemporary song with traditional notes...
Termed ‘shruti drishyayan’ (aural visualisation), this presentation format emphasises verbal aspects...
Life and afterlife of S H Raza, through his art
Browse through the first major S H Raza exhibition since he passed away two years ago ...
By Anand Holla
Jim Sarbh on how Julio the clown was born
He delivers a power-packed performance in Rajat Kumar's MacBeth: What Is Done, Is Done...
By Ushnota Paul
Pledge to revive dying art
Sand artist Sudarsan Patnaik, known for his social campaigns, was appointed president of the Odisha Lalit Kala Akademi...
By The Telegraph in Bhubaneshwar
Narcos: Mexico was a culture shock: Michael Pena
The DEA agent was at the centre of what's now viewed as the beginning of the Mexican drug war...
By Karishma Upadhyay
Fleeting joy in lives of ugliness
Defined by bold lines, Sanat Kar's Ariel-like creatures with saucer eyes huddle like friends who share each other's troubles and joys because they have so much in common....
By Soumitra Das
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