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Berlin’s battle scars linger 75 years after Nazi defeat. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)

Berlin’s battle scars linger 75 years after Nazi defeat

Berlin | By Reuters
UPDATED ON MAY 03, 2020 09:43 AM IST
Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank-Walter Steinmeier will mark the May 8 “Day of Liberation” by laying wreaths at the Memorial to the Victims of War and Dictatorship, home to the tomb of the unknown soldier.
A page from the sketchbook of graphic novelist George Mathen aka Appupen. Don’t obsess over creating perfect-looking work in your sketchbook, or you’ll be so caught up in one idea, you’ll let 25 others pass you by, he says.
A page from the sketchbook of graphic novelist George Mathen aka Appupen. Don’t obsess over creating perfect-looking work in your sketchbook, or you’ll be so caught up in one idea, you’ll let 25 others pass you by, he says.

Indian artists offer tips on how to start sketchbooking in 2020

Hindustan Times | By Cherylann Mollan
PUBLISHED ON DEC 28, 2019 06:26 PM IST
Draw, set down goals, track New Year resolutions. Sameer Kulavoor, Appupen and other artists share hacks on how to get started and stay motivated.
Shubigi Rao, 43, follows previous curators like Jitish Kallat, Sudarshan Shetty and Anita Dube in curating the three-month art exhibition. It is in keeping with the tradition of having an artist at the helm.(Kathrin Leisch)
Shubigi Rao, 43, follows previous curators like Jitish Kallat, Sudarshan Shetty and Anita Dube in curating the three-month art exhibition. It is in keeping with the tradition of having an artist at the helm.(Kathrin Leisch)

Kochi Biennale curator Shubigi Rao takes us through her mood board

Hindustan Times | By Natasha Rego
UPDATED ON MAY 30, 2019 06:55 PM IST
The visual artist and theorist talks about the purpose of the biennale, her endeavour to keep it regionally rooted and the challenges of putting together a three-month long show.
‘And secrets are secrets’, an interactive installation by Astha Butail, invites viewers to respond to previous entries in any of the handmade diaries left on a bookshelf. The result is an open book with no beginning or end.
‘And secrets are secrets’, an interactive installation by Astha Butail, invites viewers to respond to previous entries in any of the handmade diaries left on a bookshelf. The result is an open book with no beginning or end.

‘In the Absence of Writing’: History as it was recited

Hindustan Times | By Devyani Nighoskar
UPDATED ON FEB 10, 2019 11:42 AM IST
An exhibit at India Art Fair explores what links Avesta, oral Torah, Rig Veda
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