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Experimenter's Priyanka Raja talks about the importance of posing uncomfortable questions that define our contemporaneity

For a decade now, Kolkata's Experimenter has been blazing new paths for modern, reflective art from South Asia and beyond. We ask Priyanka Raja about the challenges of navigating the changing visions

Published on 22nd November 2019
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Art connoisseur Richa Agarwal on KCC's first year and shares her plans ahead

Art patron Richa Agarwal aims at giving the city of Kolkata an international experience of holistic art, at the Kolkata Centre for Creat

Published on 22nd November 2019

Art connoisseur Richa Agarwal on KCC's first year and shares her plans ahead

Art patron Richa Agarwal aims at giving the city of Kolkata an international experience of holistic art, at the Kolkata Centre for Creat

Published on 22nd November 2019
Museum of Art San Juan, Puerto Rico

Google works to digitise, preserve art in Puerto Rico, and help US museums

The aim is to expose the world to Puerto Rico art, preserve it and help museums in the U.S. territory that are struggling to exhibit paintings given space constraints and budget cuts.

Published on 8th November 2019
'Discovering Abilities' Artworks of Winners with Disabilities Source: IANS

Not Just Art: Gallery dedicated to disabled artists opens at UNESCO House, New Delhi

The unique gallery has over 125 paintings done by disabled artists across 15 Indian states and showcases their amazing talent with colour and form

Published on 5th November 2019
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Art Bengaluru 2019 presents installations, video, 3D sculpture, photography, digital art and more

After eight editions, Art Bengaluru is being hailed as one of India’s leading art events, bringing together the best of artists, galleries, art collectors, and art aficionados under one roof.

Published on 2nd November 2019
(File photo) Spotting tigers is not easy in the Sundarbans

Deep in tiger country: On a boat in the Sundarbans sanctuary

A quest to spot tigers in the world’s largest reserves brings back horror tales of man-eaters, unliveable environs, and the severe eroding of natural habitat.

Published on 29th July 2017
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New exhibit at Louvre marks 500 years of Italian master, sketches a full picture of the artist-thinker

A new exhibit at the Louvre, opening Thursday, and marking the 500th anniversary of the Italian master's death, tries to sketch out as complete a picture of the artist and thinker as possible.

Published on 22nd October 2019
Tracking the Silverback in Rwanda (All pics by Red Scarab)

Tracking the Silverback in Rwanda: A rare encounter at the naming ceremony of baby gorillas

On World Gorilla Day (24 September), we relive an encounter with mountain gorillas in Volcanoes National  Park while attending Kwita Izina or naming ceremony of baby gorillas. 

Published on 28th September 2019
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When history knocks on your door: Preserving a fading history of the Jews of Kochi 

The story of Kochi’s Jews needs to be retold for the future.

Published on 25th September 2019
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From walking on pink volcanic rock in Lalibela, Ethiopia to soaking up views of the Inca ruins in Lima, Peru, we give you a first person account of some of the most exotic locations around the globe

Move over Bali and Paris! We scout offbeat, immersive experiences in international locations that are not on the radar of the average traveller

Published on 30th August 2019
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Travel special: Get up close with clothes and accessories that once belonged to legends like Princess Diana, Grace Kelly and John Lennon

We look at fashion museums from across the world, from Kyoto Costume Institute to the Gucci Garden in Florence

Published on 30th August 2019
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Hyderabad's Ilamra weaves lost kalamkari motifs and modern designs in their new collection, Culture

Culture offers occasion wear crafted with mul and organic cotton.

Published on 23rd August 2019
Museum Embankment Festival in Frankfurt

Frankfurt set to host Museum Embankment Festival, Europe's largest cultural event

The Museum Embankment Festival held in Frankfurt is Europe's largest cultural festival featuring countless arts and crafts stalls, live music and culinary highlights.

Published on 12th August 2019
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Greek sculptor Takis, master of technology, motion and light dies at 93

Greek sculptor Takis, known for artworks that made use of technology, motion and light and were displayed in art galleries and museums around the world, has died, his foundation said Friday. He was 93

Published on 10th August 2019

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