Arts  /  Published 28.02.20

John Tenniel’s adventures in Wonderland

As a man, Tenniel was known to be quiet and introverted, content to live without the limelight, and seemingly unaffected by competition or change. Although flattered by the fame brought along by Carr...
By Bhagyasri Chaudhury

People  /  Published 21.09.19

Viewing gallery of the pleasures of pain

Often at night, I comfort my body. With gentle words and caresses, I make it smile and put it to sleep. There are two of us in the room now, me and my body,” says Delhi-based artist Anjum Singh, who...
By Shikha Trivedy

People  /  Published 11.05.19

Golden Silence: Conversation with mime artist Jogesh Dutta

By Swachchhasila Basu

North East  /  Published 12.04.20

Artist charts out unique way to fight Covid-19

Coronavirus has wreaked havoc in India, dealing a big blow to mental peace of the citizens with people frantically finding various ways to beat the pandemic.While some are drawing cartoons, others are...
By Shajid Khan in Udalguri

Opinion  /  Published 22.07.19

The despair of Rabin Mondal

A very successful Delhi artist once wondered aloud to me why Bengal artists of the 1960s and 70s bothered to produce the grim images of hunger and poverty that few ever appreciated and which had even ...
By Soumitra Das


World  /  Published 15.11.18

Hopper painting sells for $91m

He is America’s most celebrated painter of the solitary realities of 20th century life. But on Tuesday night at Christie’s, Edward Hopper joined the unreality of today’s art market when his 1929...
By Scott Reyburn in New York

Jharkhand  /  Published 22.12.19

Scrap art steals flower show thunder

The steel city’s annual date with flowers is not just about blooms and bonsais. Art creations crafted out of scrap metal attracted eyeballs on the opening day of the 31st Annual Flower Show organise...
By Antara Bose in Jamshedpur

Culture  /  Published 08.12.18

Hungry Bengal: art during the famine

By The Telegraph

West Bengal  /  Published 23.11.18

Dutch artist’s line of thought

Strips of abstract white lines in chalk — horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular — have appeared on walls along Palm Avenue near its intersection with Broad Street over the past couple o...
By Debraj Mitra in Calcutta

Entertainment  /  Published 28.09.19

Ageless Nightingale

The 1970 ceremony boasted of some novel shows. The Director’s Dilemma and The Grandfathers’ Ghost were skits directed by Deven Varma and acted by fresh FTII passouts, including Asrani, Suresh Chat...
By Anirudha Bhattacharjee in Calcutta


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