Art & Culture

Chasing Shadows and Sound

Chasing Shadows and Sound

Vishal K. Dar 0

look at myths as cautionary tales filled with codes that don’t make themselves visible. They are strange echoes across time that oscillate and shape-shift in a secret rhythm. Stanley Kubrick’s quote comes to mind when I look back at the…

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Tribal Connections in Madhya Pradesh

Tribal Connections in Madhya Pradesh

Prashant Miranda 0

Prashant Miranda grew up in Bangalore, studied at the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad and moved to Toronto, Canada. He is an artist, animator and scribe, and balances his life between Canada and India. He documents his travels through his…

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Epical Remix

Epical Remix

B Manjunath Kamath 0

B Manjunath Kamath plunges into myths and memory and surfaces with surreal tales and images

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Returning to Mahabalipuram

Returning to Mahabalipuram

Amruta Patil 0

  My family was the travelling kind. It would be some years before I learned to count my blessings. Until then, I shuffled my feet behind the enthusiastic parental unit with classic teenage insouciance. My first memory of Mamallapuram –…

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Retreat from the streets

Retreat from the streets

Sudhir Patvardhan 0

Painter Sudhir Patwardhan reveals how his perspective on Mumbai has shifted as the city has changed

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Up Close and Impersonal with Rashid Rana

Up Close and Impersonal with Rashid Rana

Girish Shahane 0

Girish Shahane encounters the straight-talking artistic rebel from Lahore

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Still looking for Mr Darcy?

Still looking for Mr Darcy?

Annie Zaidi 1

On the 200th anniversary of Pride and Prejudice, Annie Zaidi wonders who is more worthy of a crush: literary characters or the writers who create them

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A Delicate Unmasking

A Delicate Unmasking

Atul Dodiya 1

Ten years after the death of Bhupen Khakhar, Atul Dodiya explains why the work of the eminent artist and his close friend is still relevant today

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Found in Translation

Found in Translation

Karan Bali 1

The first American to direct south Indian films in the 1930s and the man who launched Tamil superstar MGR, Ellis R Dungan’s fascinating life compelled Karan Bali to make a documentary on him

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An Intimate Portrait

An Intimate Portrait

Sheela Raman 0

It takes Sheela Raman numerous sittings with an artist to discover herself and the intense power of portraiture to capture what a photograph cannot

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