Niyamat Mehta

Shape of impressions: Artist Niyamat Mehta's exhibition is a burst of vibrant colours like reds, blues and yellows

Seeking constant inspiration from Salvador Dalí, some of the ‘portraits’ in the Delhi-based artist’s first solo resemble the Spanish artist with his trademark moustache

L-R Shaleen Wadhwana, Shireen Gandhy, Atyaan Jungalwala

Frames to fine Art: Mumbai’s Chemould Gallery turns 60, a look at its dynamic history

The work is part of CheMoulding: Framing Future Archives—the first of the two-part exhibition (to be held over the next four months) that marks the gallery’s 60th anniversary

Image Credits: IANS

Embracing tradition and innovation: The rise of mixed media art in contemporary Indian Art

In its upcoming Present Future Contemporary Art Auction, AstaGuru will present an exceptional array of mixed-media works

In frame: Jungkook

BTS's Jungkook surprises fans with announcement of upcoming digital single ‘3D’ 

BigHit Music also took to Weverse to announce the release of Jungkook's upcoming digital single, 3D, featuring Jack Harlow

Echoes of Earth music festival

Echoes of Earth Music Festival returns with its 6th edition this December [DEETS]

This year, the theme for Echoes of Earth will be Ensemble of the Wild, which will highlight the significance of the Western Ghats

In Frame: XG band members

2023 Singapore Grand Prix: K-pop sensation XG takes the stage with their debut performance

Chart-topping band XG rocks Singapore with their phenomenal show  

Kunzum Books is one of Delhi’s ‘new’ bookstore chains.

Read Between the Lines

Books on the shelf don’t make a bookshop. Delhi’s Ajay Jain, who runs Kunzum, has made his bookstore cafés buzz with activities to expand readership.

In Frame: KR Meera

‘As violence gets normalised, writers have much to do,’ says Malayalam author KR Meera

Meera has won the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award twice, for a short story and a novel

A towering figure in the literary world, Jayanta's influence transcended borders and generations

Legendary Indian poet Jayanta Mahapatra passes away aged 95

According to the State government, the poet would be cremated with full State honours on Monday

Finalists do what they do best — drama! (Pic: Shiba Prasad Sahu)

The stage is set for Short+Sweet South India Theatre Festival’s finale!

As Short+Sweet South India Theatre Festival reaches its finale, we bring you the finalists and the stories that made the cut. Also, in a welcome change, this year witnessed a lot of Tamil plays 

A scene from Nightshift

Spotlight Edition 5 is all about women

The fifth edition of Spotlight brings two plays directed by women, and stories revolving around women

Ditipriya Roy debuts on stage With Platonic

Ditipriya Roy debuts on stage with Platonic

As Ditipriya Roy debuts on stage with upcoming play Platonic, we speak to her to know more about the same.

Surendra Tekale’s ‘Lost in Oscillation is a compelling contemporary dance piece

Surendra Tekale’s ‘Lost in Oscillation’ is a compelling contemporary dance piece

It delves into the enigmatic realm of self-doubt, offering a mesmerising exploration of the contradictory nature of doubt

In frame:  Saroja Vaidyanathan

Bharatanatyam maestro and Padma Bhushan awardee Saroja Vaidyanathan passes away aged 86

Saroja holds the distinction of establishing the esteemed Bharatanatyam academy, Ganesa Natyalaya, in Delhi

In Frame: Arushi Mudgal

Our art forms are like rivers: Odissi exponent Arushi Mudgal, ahead of performance at Kalandhika National Dance Festival 

The Delhi-based odissi exponent is a true beacon of Indian art and travels widely to perform at revered festivals across the country and abroad

Urooj Ashfaq with the Edinburgh Comedy award. (Photo | Express)

Stand-up standout

Urooj Ashfaq becomes the first Indian to win at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards

Karthik Kuma

Man of the hour: Karthik Kumar's latest special addresses mansplaining

Comedian Karthik Kumar gets candid about his special 'Aansplaining'

Jagan Krishnan

Jagan Krishnan’s ‘Jagane Thandhiram’ brings love stories from the ’90s 

Stand-up comedian Jagan Krishnan will leave you in splits as he travels back in time to tell you how his generation perceived love