The Society of Contemporary Artists has been organising an annual show every year since its inception and this happens to be their 58th Art show since they formed the collective 58 years ago.
New Delhi 17 January 2018: The B. M. Anand Foundation will showcase selected works by modernist painter and illustrator Brij Mohan Anand, at India Art Fair, New Delhi, 9 - 12 February 2018.
The fair highlights their new curatorial approach which focuses on contemporary practitioners from the region and elsewhere in India.
Conversations from 1960s London find a home in Indian Coffee Houses — and now come visiting to Chennai.
Derry Moore is, in many ways, a legend himself, with as much of a historied career as many of the subjects that he has been training his focus on.
A host of artists from the city lend conceptual depth to the form of bowls at Gallery Manora, Bangalore.
Victoria Lautman draws attention to the ancient, and at times royal stepwells of India, with an extensively researched book, and a series of lectures.
The GoMAD Festival, 2018 invites you to the mesmerising hills of Ooty for a 2-day festival showcasing an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary performances crossing cultures and genres.
A backstory of overwhelming emotions lends depth to Lost & Found, a new collection of canvases by Upasana Asrani.
As the Coimbatore Vizha launches its 10th edition, the focus is on creating an inclusive, unified culture for all city dwellers
The team behind Yoga Ar Cafe, led by curator Sudheesh Kottembram, is out to break a rampant trend— group shows
CM launches report on 3rd edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale
Marlene Apmann lays out the red carpet for young girls from the city.
The show B. Reigns, by Shanthamani Muddaiah and French artist Marc Thebault foregrounds nature’s redeeming aspect.