HindustanTimes Mon,21 Apr 2014

London opens most beautiful show of Matisse cut-outs

London's Tate Modern will on Thursday open a blockbuster exhibition celebrating the cut-out works of French artist Henri Matisse, which made even Picasso jealous.

Classic Easter recipes and places to buy Easter goodies

This Sunday is a special one, with Easter adding the festive vibe to it. For those who’re in the mood to indulge in true foodie style, we’ve zeroed in on some places for you to buy sweet Easter treats. And if you are game for strapping on that apron and make traditional Easter delights, then check out these recipes. Enjoy!

MF Husain’s last paintings at London exhibition

The last nine paintings of painter MF Husain commissioned by the Lakshmi Mittal family are, for the first time, to be put up for public display at an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum next month.

Art in Delhi: of new wings, perspectives and artists

Meet four powerful women artists who talk about their stay at the Sanskriti School of Art.

Indian classical dance captivates Egyptians

The India by the Nile festival 2014 has brought yet another Indian classical dance form to Egyptian audiences who were left enraptured by the kathak performances.

Lillete Dubey returns with a new Girish Karnad play

Lillete Dubey returns with a new Girish Karnad play; this time, the focus is on Bengaluru, the city that, according to a tale, got its name from boiled beans.

Ringing in Poila Baisakh with Bengali food

From appetising Moroger Surua to yummy Bhetki Roll and Pomfret Paturi and improvised traditional sweets like Baked Malai Rosogolla, hotels in Kolkata have lined up a mouthwatering spread to woo their guests on Poila Baisakh.

We didn’t want language to act as a barrier: Sonali Kulkarni

They meet online, cultivate a virtual relationship and then struggle to make the same connection in real-life — this isn’t the plot of a Hollywood or Bollywood film set in the future, but it’s the story of the Marathi play, White Lily Aani Night Rider. Starring Sonali Kulkarni-Milind Phatak, it will be adapted to a Hinglish version.

Something From Nothing: there's a story to every story

A UK-based theatre ­company is set to give theatre lovers in the Capital an unconventional story about storytelling itself.

Open art house in Delhi: when charity counts

Art is how you see it, and more often than not, it is said that art should be ­priceless. Here is your chance to put worth to these ­artworks. An upcoming charity initiative by Delhi Art Gallery is a one-stop shop for bidding for works by ­modern masters such as Jamini Roy, M F Husain, S H Raza, and F N Souza, among others.


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