The Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that the Reliance Foundation has promised a generous gift to support exhibitions that explore and celebrate the arts of India.
Latest endeavour launched by Beyond Malabar art gallery will explore works of pioneering personalities who are both reviving and redefining India's artistic heritage
Calligraphy may be dying in an increasingly digitalised world, but the sheer love of the art has attracted a Japanese girl to India.
Set in the lap of the Kumaon hills, the 2nd edition of the Himalayan Echo Kumaon Festival for Arts and Literature began here on Saturday.
An Oxford college where Myanmar's de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi studied as an undergraduate has removed her portrait from public display, in a move that follows global criticism over her role in her countrys humanitarian crisis.
A small oil painting by French Impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir was stolen from a sale room near Paris, the day before it was due to go up for auction, the media reported.
Sour Taste of Power (Adhikaarathinte Aruchikal) is based on tussles and conflicts with centralised power structures in the society
A solar-powered festival, a Gond painter and a wildlife artist ensure environmentalism has a voice through the arts
This art exhibition, organised in association with ITC Kakatiya, aims to promote the cultures of both the countries.
An ASEAN-India Artist's Camp has got under way at Udaipur to mark the 25th anniversary of the ASEAN-India Dialogue.
This artist and photographer is among 21 other artists including Thomas Teurlai, Eleonore Pano-Zavaroni and Khadim Ali.
Ceramic artist Priya Sundaravalli explores a world of artistic metaphors in her new works, on show in Auroville.
Manaku of Guler written by art historian B.N. Goswamy brings to life 18th century artist Manaku and his art pieces.