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Alliance Française de Delhi, under the ‘Back from France’ series, has announced Living Outlines, an exhibition addressing violence, politics and cultural memory in our times.
The days of French culture and language are all set to return to the national capital with the beginning of the Francophone Festival from March 13.
Organised by The Raza Foundation at India International Centre, the programme ‘Vichar Vinod’ witnessed young intellectuals and academics talk about Muslims, caste, religion and citizenship in India.
Before being transnational, Indian modern art is trans-regional: Catherine David at Raza Utsav's Art Matters
Not looking to define or redefine Indian modern art, French art historian Catherine David says that Indian modern art, just like other modern art is transnational but before that, it is trans-regional
Indian language poets are set to take centrestage at VAK: The Raza Biennale of Indian Poetry
It was at the quiet riverside town of Mandla, in Madhya Pradesh, that one of India's best known modern artists, SH Raza, fell in love with nature and began to find pleasure in it.
Piramal Museum of Art presents SH Raza: Traversing Terrains, the first major exhibition of the artist since his death in 2016.
The Raza Foundation has expressed its deepest condolences over the passing of renowned Hindi poet-critic Kunwar Narayan
The artistic legacy of Syed Haider Raza surpasses his own monumental body of work.
Speakers from a diverse range of creative disciplines offered stories and assessments of the late master vocalist at a memorial organised by the Raza Foundation
Eminent litterateur K. Satchidanandan participated in engrossing scholarly discussion on poetry as freedom held as part of Vak: The Raza Biennale of Indian Poetry
Ashis Nandy said here that the ‘un-socialisable’ nature of the poetic act meant it was an exercise in conscience
Iconic litterateur Keki N Daruwalla contends that poetry is an important counterweight against the canonisation of myth as memory.
Solitude, despair, loss, desire and longing informed readings across Indian languages at the opening session of the country’s first ever biennale of poetry.
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