Places  /  Published 29.09.22

Ad man-turned-artist Kaushik Roy gives Jamini Roy modern stroke on Café Kolkata 32 walls

“Undoubtedly Kolkata”, said the artist who has been inspired by Jamini Roy and Gopal Ghosh. “I think Kolkata is a very artistic place. Art is appreciated and you will find a lot of y...
By Subhadrika Sen

Events  /  Published 07.09.22

10 emerging national artists display their artworks at Imaginarium 2.0

The exhibition is open for public viewing at Emami Art till September 30...
By Subhadrika Sen

Attend  /  Published 06.09.22

Explore black and white art curated by Dolly Dabriwal

Dolly Dabriwal of DD Artspace is set to curate 'Co-Existence’ at the Birla Academy of Art and Culture. The exhibition will showcase the works of over 45 traditional and emerging artists, who...

Arts  /  Published 27.08.22

Tehran's first Western art exhibition

Young Iranians in particular show great interest in international art, often resorting to social media. The fact that works so long under lock are now being shown prompts some people to go see the exh...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 26.08.22

Artworks weaponized by climate activists

But Olaf Zimmermann, the executive director of the German Cultural Council, does not agree with the strategy. "As much as I can understand the despair of the climate activists, I say clearly tha...
By Deutsche Welle


Events  /  Published 01.07.22

Art Basel: Is the greatest show on earth no more than a show, wonders Kunal Basu

One is guaranteed tired legs after a day at Art Basel. As much as it is eye-opening, the experience is mind-numbing as well; the intersection of high art and high finance exhilarating yet troubling. D...
By Kunal Basu

Places  /  Published 29.06.22

In pics: ‘Baithak Khana’ cafe, an ode to Bengal’s ‘adda’ culture

My Kolkata brings you a sneak peek of this hidden gem in north Kolkata ...
By Rohan Datta

News  /  Published 03.06.22

Anime graffiti lights up Jadavpur University campus

“We couldn't initially get a proper estimation of the amount of paint colours that were necessary to create an artwork of this scale. We had to buy the colours more than once,” said Sh...
By Subhadrika Sen

People  /  Published 14.02.22

Ganga remains our closest connection to the primordial power: Jayasri Burman

And how does one who has traced the history of the evolution of this great river so beautifully see its future? What is your personal ‘seek’ in this river-based journey?  See, Nature...
By Debnita Chakravarti

Calcutta  /  Published 19.02.21

Spring’s first fair

The fair also has Zero Shop, which is selling recycled clothes — children’s ones at Rs 20 and shirts, jeans and kurtis for adults at Rs 50. “The clothes have all been donated to us, ...
By Brinda Sarkar in Salt Lake


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