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Opinion  /  Published 25.06.22

Summer exhibition at the Royal Academy

Art and life This year’s Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, which has been going for 254 years — I have long argued that India should have something similar — focused on &ldquo...
By Amit Roy


Events  /  Published 21.06.22

Art exhibition for youngsters: Experimenter art gallery to hold latest session of 25th@5

“All the work we bring and create are designed to acquaint children with different creative methods. The aim is to enable them to share their inspirations and ignite their imagination,” sh...
By Saurav Roy


Events  /  Published 17.06.22

Connecting Art, Soul and City with Three New Exhibitions at Emami Art

Singed but not Burnt Well-known writer and columnist Ina Puri is instrumental in bringing Singed but not Burnt, a significant survey exhibition of famous Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam, to th...
By Richa Agarwal

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People  /  Published 10.06.22

Curator Ina Puri on Shahidul Alam’s upcoming retrospective – his biggest Asian showcase

Singed But Not Burnt is shaping up to be a travelling showcase as Puri shares the retrospective has already received calls from other art spaces across the country. “The space has been an import...
By Ujjainee Roy


Arts  /  Published 09.06.22

Integration: Ayesha Taleyarkhan’s solo showcase

Artist Ayesha Taleyarkhan’s solo showcase titled ‘Integration’ at Mumbai’s Tao Art Gallery looks at the concept of identity, both through the lenses of “integration&rdquo...
By Anannya Sarkar

Events  /  Published 08.06.22

Ray to Gabbar, Bikash to Shakila – India’s visual story told through ‘Colours of Freedom’

“Indian art has imbibed the essence of various cultures and civilisations and created a fascinating visual vocabulary which is uniquely its own. Colours of Freedom is all about celebrating that ...
By Chandreyee Chatterjee

Events  /  Published 06.06.22

Science Gallery Bengaluru exhibit traces origin of mental healthcare in colonial Calcutta

“A new, larger asylum was built in Ranchi. Since mental healthcare was largely reserved for upper class white people, all asylums in the Bengal presidency were shut down in 1921, and the patient...
By Vedant Karia


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