Pablo Bartholomew’s exhibition of photos from 1970s Calcutta is a masterful collection of time and shapes, Indrajit Hazra writes.
The best way to way to start New Year can be with a resolution to help. In these hectic times it’s usual for us to think about our needs and desires but how about caring and providing for other less privileged ones and practicing some charity.. Furquan Siddiqui and Zofeen Maqsood reports.
In a metropolis always rushing ahead, how does timeless romance -- and its expression -- keep pace? Four Delhiites, Siddharth Chowdhury, Jairaj Singh, Arpita Das, Satbir Singh, chronicle memories of past loves and hopes of new possibilities.
Miniature art, a long-standing Indian tradition, is losing out to the ‘big and bizarre’ work. A contemporary artist struggles to work on a ‘miniature’ format as effectively without losing out on nuances.
Looking into the realms of life, a solo art show by artist Nandan Purkayastha, curated by Elizabeth Rogers will look at two distinct and related realms of expression unfold.
Fitness trends have gone desi, with Masala Bhangra, Bollyrobics and Yogalates ruling exercise floors in fitness centres in Delhi and Mumbai. Saumya Trivedi and Rhythma Kaul report.
From your backyard, through the bylanes of Old Delhi, along the banks of Yamuna, atop the heritage monuments... the capital has plenty to set you trigger-happy this rainy season. Some city photographers recommend their ideal monsoon backdrop.
The Wimbledon this season has been a shocker. Federer, Sharapova, Nadal, Azarenka, Serena; all the greats are out. The star studded championship is turning out to be a battle of unseeded and lesser known tennis players. Furquan Ameen Siddiqui reports.
Delhi Photography Club is set to start its third edition of Nicefoto exhibition which celebrates amateur photography across the world.
Numerous monuments dot the city’s landscape. Few are well known, few have faded away from our memories. We revisit some of them. Ridhima Shukla reports.