Young artist’s exhibition at Mattancherry studies faces and colours

The showcase includes nearly 500 works collected over a period of 8 years


Petrichor by Vipin Dhanurdharan documents the canals of Kochi

Lacking a definite narrative structure, the production is a result of Vipin’s interactions with the locals

#30daysofmalayalamletters invites artists to work on Malayalam alphabets 

Conceived by Kerala Designers Collaborative, this endeavour highlights the vernacluar font

Anaka Narayanan

Down to brass tacks: Anaka Narayanan’s latest collection

Anaka Narayanan’s new collection finds its muse in Bengaluru’s Lalbagh  Gardens

K M Adimoolam

Virtuoso musings: Lesser-known sketches of K M Adimoolam

The late K M Adimoolam’s lesser-known sketches go on show as affordable limited edition prints

The team behind BPF

Rhyme and reason: Poetry as a form of dissent and activism 

Poets talk about social change through verse, ahead of the Bengaluru Poetry Festival 

A work by Lee, Bum-Hun

Korean chiaroscuro at the third Chennai Chamber Biennial

Universal brotherhood and a shared love for nature find common ground at the Chennai Chamber Biennial’s third edition. 

Bangalore: A Graphic Novel

Artists and authors come together for Bangalore: A Graphic Novel

  City-based illustrators and writers create this anthology that captures dark, humorous and reminiscent shades of the metropolis   

Art residency opens in Fort Kochi with a performance space that overlooks the sea

The new space intends to promote traditional forms like Kathakali and Kalaripayattu

A painting by Sundar Raju

Art for thought: The Apparao-Sandy’s Public Art Project

Not just a feast for the belly: treat your eyes while eating at Sandy’s with some fine art from Apparao Gallery.

Bose Krishnamachari

Bose Krishnamachari showcases his abstracts for the first time in Bengaluru 

The renowned artist displays new works from his Stretched Bodies series.

Ravinder Reddy

Tipping the balance: Ravinder Reddy's first major retrospective

Ravinder Reddy’s monumental works are as awe-inspiring as they are reflective of his down-to-earth motivations.

His Eminence, The Viceroy’s Elephant, Delhi Durbar, 1877

Bourne to wonder: vintage images on show for first time in Chennai

The nostalgia about 19th century photography in India harks back to a defunct studio in Kolkata


Let there be light: Tanya Mehta's illuminating ideas on perception

Tanya Mehta is showing at Gallery Sumukha, Bengaluru, from Jun 24 to Jul 29. 

Monsoon Art Fest brings together generations of artists

The venue will sport paintings, sculptures, drama and cinema screenings

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