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Blind Views by Zoya Siddiqui

Zoya Siddiqui's portraits of strangers speak of private and public domains 

A chat with Zoya Siddiqui, leading up to the India Art Fair 2018.

Published on 2nd February 2018

The third edition of JaipurPhoto returns to the Pink City 

Following the success of JaipurPhoto in 2017, the international outdoor photography festival will be held from 23rd February until the 4th March 2018 in Jaipur.

Published on 24th January 2018

Google finds your doppelganger in historical paintings through an app 

Google has come up with an app that matches your face with a historical painting 

Published on 17th January 2018
©Derry Moore, Card room of the Gentlemen’s Salon, Falaknuma Palace, Hyderabad, 1976; Courtesy Tasveer

Photography: Derry Moore captures "the end of dynasties"

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.

Published on 12th January 2018

André Luetzen's upcoming show at Uru Art Harbour offers a unique perspective on climate change

André depicts the extreme weather conditions and changes through a series of intimate human portraits from three different cities such as Kochi (India), Arkhangelsk (Russia), and Khartoum (Sudan)

Published on 12th January 2018
Marlene Apmann's The Red Carpet

Marlene Apmann lays out the red carpet for Bengaluru girls

Marlene Apmann lays out the red carpet for young girls from the city. 

Published on 15th December 2017
Mihaela Noroc

Not just skin deep: The Atlas of Beauty by Mihaela Noroc

Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc makes a timely case for natural beauty, celebrating the women of the world, away from the arc lights and world of glamour. 

Published on 30th November 2017
In Spaces, NID

We're all made of stars: The Story of Space transforms Panjim, Goa

The people and history of Goa are the focus of an arts and science festival that will transform Panjim into a playground for learning.

Published on 10th November 2017

Technicolour dreams: This flea market offers art to jewellery

From painted shoes to shell showpieces, this flea market offers inventive handcrafted products from across India 

Published on 3rd November 2017

Benoy Janardhanan’s solo show seeks to address power relations within art

Sour Taste of Power (Adhikaarathinte Aruchikal) is based on tussles and conflicts with  centralised  power structures in the society

Published on 29th September 2017

Confessions of a cycling artist from Mylapore, Chennai

Bhavya Desai,  takes us on a trip to Mylapore as he speaks about its charm and how it inspires him to make more art.

Published on 22nd September 2017

Lenovo K8 Plus: Sturdy dual-camera phone for budget-conscious buyers

After a brief hiatus in the first half of 2017, Chinese smartphone maker Lenovo announced three devices in quick succession -- K8 Note, K8 Plus and K8 in India

Published on 18th September 2017

Mashaal brings Punjab's best food at pocket-friendly prices 

Hyderabad's new restaurant Mashaal feasts on the old era of Hindi music and melting pot of flavours from Punjab. 

Published on 11th August 2017
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

Published on 3rd July 2017

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