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A 3D printed recreation of the ancient Lion of Mosul (AP Photo/Natasha Livingstone)

In fight to preserve culture, 3D printing recreates ancient sculpture destroyed by ISIS

A figure of a roaring lion, about the size of a loaf of bread, is the latest step in the fight to preserve a culture from conflict.

Published on 3rd July 2019
National Geographic Expeditions

Q&A with Vijay Nair on National Geographic Expeditions’ enriching travel experiences for Indians

Curated itineraries with National Geographic experts to offer incredible access to some of the world’s most exotic locations.

Published on 7th June 2019
Marguerite Humeau. Photo courtesy: PinchukArtCentre

21 young artists go on show for 5th Future Generation Prize at 58th La Biennale di Venezia 

The PinchukArtCentre and Victor Pinchuk Foundation present the works of 21 young artists across 17 countries, shortlisted for the 5th edition of the Future Generation Art Prize.

Published on 12th May 2019
Shubigi Rao

Singapore-based artist-writer Shubigi Rao to curate Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2020

Singapore-based Indian-origin artist and writer Shubigi Rao has been named the curator of the fifth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) that begins on December 12, 2020.

Published on 10th May 2019
Queens of Egypt at Nat Geo Museum

Meet ancient Egypt’s most powerful women in Queens of Egypt at Nat Geo Museum

While there has been considerable intrigue surrounding the male pharaohs of ancient Egypt, very little has been revealed about its queens.

Published on 22nd April 2019
Artist Shakti Burman with Maiti Delteil and daughter Maya Burman

In pictures: An art soirée and a private viewing of Drishyakala at the Red Fort, New Delhi

DAG in collaboration with ASI, hosted a private viewing of Drishyakala at the Barrack No. 4, Red Fort, New Delhi. 

Published on 4th March 2019
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Kalart's Easel presents Antiquity Photography Workshop tomorrow

Learn about the basics and aesthetics of photography at Goutam dey's workshop

Published on 12th January 2019
Tourist Attractions Places in Sharjah

Souq up the sun: Sharjah, the Cultural Capital of UAE, is a perfect destination for tourists who are into architecture, heritage, and adventure

Tourists from across the world flock in to savour the architecture, culture, heritage tours, great food, and adventure that the place has on offer. 

Published on 9th November 2018
Experimenter Curators’ Hub

Experimenter Curators’ Hub: South Asia's leading debate on contemporary art

Experimenter Gallery has announced the speakers of the 8th edition of the Experimenter Curators’ Hub (ECH).

Published on 25th May 2018
Victoria Lautman

In-depth: Victoria Lautman on The Vanishing Stepwells of India

Victoria Lautman draws attention to the ancient, and at times royal stepwells of India, with an extensively researched book, and a series of lectures. 

Published on 12th January 2018

3,000-year-old underwater castle discovered in Turkey

The castle site was discovered at the bottom of Lake Van, Turkey's largest lake, and is said to be around one square kilometre, with walls up to four metres high. 

Published on 24th November 2017

8 reasons you cannot miss the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival

All roads lead to Bhutan this August, as one of the happiest nations in the world gears up for the eighth edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival.

Published on 23rd August 2017
Osama Siddique

To the moon and back: Osama Siddique's debut novel

Osama Siddique’s debut novel sits amongst a clutch of powerful new works from Pakistan.

Published on 4th August 2017

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