Debashish Dutta

Land of the tiger beckons: A profile of self-taught wildlife photographer Debashish Dutta

What sets Debashish Dutta apart from regular corporate honchos is his passion for wildlife photography. ​

Sotheby's sold!

Sotheby's sold! French-Israeli billionaire buys out auction house for $3.7 billion

The 275-year-old auction house Sotheby's is being sold to a French Israeli businessman for about $3.7 billion.

The changing faces of nature make up the subject of Subhrendu Halder's photos

Photography exhibition Glimpses through the lens of Subhrendu opens at the Academy of Fine Arts, South Gallery 

The exhibition comprises more than 50 photographs with nature as its subject

Sandip Manna with Wasim Kapoor

Painter Sandip Manna presents the varied colours of rural Bengal with Maatir Taane in Kolkata

With Maatir Taane, painter Sandip Manna brings the varied hues of rural Bengal to Kolkata 

Against Terrorism is an ongoing series

Academy of Fine Arts, West Gallery to host an exhibition of artist Jayanta Khan’s works

Against Terrorism comprises six works which act as a socio-political comment on war and terrorism

Coups de Coeur: The Guy and Helen Barbier Family Collection

Auction record broken for Bhupen Khakhar; Two Men in Benares sells for 2.54 million pounds

Sotheby’s sales of Modern & Contemporary South Asian Art totalled £7,459,000 ($9.5 million) in London today comfortably exceeding the pre-sale estimate of £4.1-5.8 million.

Sanghamitra Roy Majumder

Arte Creativas set to host the first Kolkata Watercolour Festival

The festival will include an exhibition of 75 artists as well as three workshops

Valay Shende

Spirit of Bombay, a show of large-scale sculptures by Valay Shende, set to go on show at Palladium

Palladium, Mumbai will be hosting Spirit of Bombay, an exhibition of Mumbai-based artist Valay Shende from the 15 June - 18 August 2019.

Oorvazi Irani

Filmmaker Oorvazi Irani’s short film, Anahita’s Law, raises pertinent questions on caste, and gender-based stereotyping

Filmmaker Oorvazi Irani’s short film, Anahita’s Law, raises pertinent questions on caste, and gender-based stereotyping

The group exhibition at Chitrakoot Art Gallery will showcase the artwork of eminent artists as well as younger talents

Chitrakoot Art Gallery set to host a group exhibition called Charulata

The exhibition will showcase the works of Jogen Chowdhury, Ramananda Bandyopadhyay, Sakti Burman, Shuvaprasanna, Samir Aich, Subrata Ganguly and Wasim kapoor, among others  

Huma Mulji, Arabian Delight, 2008

Saffronart’s summer online auction to feature rare, unseen works by VS Gaitonde & FN Souza

Saffronart will conduct its annual Summer Online Auction on 12 – 13 June 2019, featuring 120 works by leading modern and contemporary artists.

Portrait of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (Photo Source: The Trustees of the British Museum)

Rare etchings of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert go on show at free British Museum exhibition

The artistic connection of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, two towering figures of British history, will be seen in a free British Museum exhibition. 

Cop Shiva, Being Gandhi 23, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White paper, 24 x 16.5 ins. (Source: Art Heritage Gallery)

Mahatma: Self or Nation? Artists capture Gandhi's legacy at Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi

Art Heritage, an art gallery hosting a multi-disciplinary exhibition on Mahatma Gandhi, opens with a peculiar image: a Gandhi 'impersonator' standing in an Indian school.

Painting by Amit Banerjee

Birla Academy of Art and Culture to host Bengal Art Factory’s Summer Colour Carnival

Summer Colour Carnival  to showcase artworks by 50 painters, two sculptors, and two photographers

Radha

Emami Art, KCC set to host a solo exhibition of G Ravinder Reddy’s works

The exhibition Rasa to showcase older as well as more recent works of the artist