Most of the city dwellers are intrigued yet detached with the tribal culture that exists in the interiors of the country. An ongoing photography exhibition titled, Tribal Lights, aims to bring the city folks closer to the culture...
Three directors come together to showcase their plays from different genres revolving around a particular theme — Post-Its
An autobiography of sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar in the form of a graphic novel may seem like trivialising a rather serious topic, but Yours in Music, which has text written by the iconic musician himself, is a great mix of fun and facts
The annual puppet festival is back in the Capital, and includes performers from all over the world
Yes, as much as the title interests you, it interested me too! After reading his first book (The Winner’s Price-Life Beyond the Campus), I was well versed with his writing style and language, but the title of his second book was what compelled me to pick up a copy.
So Surajkund wasn’t enough to satiate your handicraft cravings? Dastakar’s Basant Bazaar should. This spring festival is bringing together around 140 craft groups from 19 States.
Author Anuja Chauhan, who is out with her third book, Those Pricey Thakur Girls, is being touted as the Jane Austen of India after her latest outing. However, Chauhan does not want to be stereotyped.
A fresh successor to Azad Essa’s first book — Zuma’s Bastards (2010) is The Moslems Are Coming: Encounters with a desktop terrorist.
Come to this photography show to explore some of the best photographs on various dance forms of India.
Artist Anjum Rana’s exhibition in the city, showcases the slowly-dying art form of painting trucks with images close to the driver’s heart
With a strong belief that there is no culture of viewing art in our country, Delhi-based art enthusiast Surbhi Modi planned a public art festival with a motive to display art at various prominent locations in the city.
Art is in every corner of the world — that’s the ideology Kona, a pop art exhibit, thrives by. Their main aim is to extract interesting, innovative and creative work emerging from various spaces across the country.
You’ve had a brief idea about them, may be heard about their stories while growing up or might have watched them in brief and abridged versions on screen in TV adaptations.
In September last year, the announcement of the United Art Fair (UAF) created quite a flurry in Delhi’s art market. Reason — the fair was artist-driven and absolutely free. It involved no exchange of money to buy a space, with the focus only on the artist and his works.
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