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Suspend your disbelief: Viktoria Binschtok & Michael Schäfer on the reality of a new visual world

Indulge catches up with the photographers Viktoria Binschtok and Michael Schäfer, who question the veracity of every image, at an ongoing exhibition.

Published on 2nd December 2019
MF Husain - That Obscure Object of Desire

DAG raises INR 2.79 crore in second fundraiser charity gala at Taj Palace, New Delhi

The results of DAG’s auction, held at a well-attended black-tie charity dinner hosted by the Taj Palace, New Delhi, on August 09, greatly exceeded the expectations and estimates. 

Published on 10th August 2019
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Josef Wirsching servicing his camera equipment at the Bombay Talkies studios, early-1950s

Full-length interview: An essential walk down memory lane with Georg Wirsching and the landmark Bombay Talkies

A full-length interview with Georg Wirsching of The Wirsching Archive on the exhibition, A Cinematic Imagination: Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies, set to be held at Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai.

Published on 9th July 2019
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Lalit Kala Akademi begins work on 2020 Print Biennale

Preparations are underway for the second edition of the International Print Biennale

Published on 15th July 2019
Meena Kumari, Charlotte Wirsching and Helen during filming of the song Yeh Itni Badi Mehfil for Dil Apna Preet Aur Parai (1959)

'This exhibition is critical to understand the emergence of what we call Bollywood today': Debashree Mukherjee on Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies

A full-length interview with co-curator Debashree Mukherjee on the exhibition, A Cinematic Imagination: Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies, set to be held at Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai.

Published on 10th July 2019
Kamal Amrohi, Josef Wirsching, Meena Kumari and assistant cameramen in Kashmir during filming of Dil Apna Preet aur Parai (1958)

Looking up to a golden era of cinema: Rahaab Allana on the show, Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies

A full-length interview with Creative Collaborator Rahaab Allana on the exhibition, A Cinematic Imagination: Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies, set to be held at Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai.

Published on 10th July 2019
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Under the Vastness of Sky: Himmat Shah retrospective of six decades travels to Patna

The exhibition Under the Vastness of Sky, a tribute to 86-year-old artist Himmat Shah will be brought to Bihar's capital in a collaboration between Bihar Museum and Kiran Nadar Museum of Art.

Published on 30th March 2019
Banaras, The City of Lights; photo courtesy of the artist, Art & Soul gallery and NGMA, Mumbai

Manu Parekh 60 years: Major retrospective opens with a new book at NGMA Mumbai

Art & Soul Gallery, Mumbai is set to present the retrospective, Manu Parekh, ​60 Years of Selected Works with over 150 works at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai.

Published on 5th March 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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Noted artist R B Bhaskaran showcases his famed Cat series, along with curated works from his 50-year career

Wearing the title of being a non-conformist with much pride, the 76-year-old, who was the honorary secretary, Lalit Kala Akademi, tells us in a face-to-face chat that he has always been called a rebel

Published on 22nd February 2019

Sculptor KS Radhakrishnan's solo show Ephemera at  Art Multi-disciplines, Kolkata

Renowned sculptor KS Radhakrishnan's latest solo exhibition, Ephemera, depicts transient nature of life

Published on 25th January 2019
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The new-age saga of Odisha patachitra: Folk art for the social media generation

The art form of Odisha patachitra has come a long way, and is getting a new crop of artists to take pride in their unique heritage, writes curator Suguna Swamy.

Published on 5th January 2019
Parvathi Nayar & Leela Samson

Indulge one-on-one: Parvathi Nayar and Leela Samson discuss the creation of meaning

Artist Parvathi Nayar along with veteran dancer and cultural ambassador Leela Samson take a look around affairs of the arts in the city, with a view to make the best of what’s around.

Published on 29th October 2018
Pause for a Cause

Pause for a Cause is a three-day event that will see a subtlety of designers from across the country

Organised by Secure Giving in aid of Concern India Foundation, a percentage of the proceeds will be donated towards social development activities in the space of education, health and community develo

Published on 24th August 2018

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