Georgina Maddox

Veer Munshi, Jammu & Kashmir
Art & Culture
Personal Journeys From Conflict Zones

Blood-dimmed tide

04 October 2017
The Structure of Arid Terrai
Art & Culture
Lost in the City

Jagannath Panda traces the plunder of our landscape

13 September 2017
Dayanita Singh with her ‘Pocket Museum’ in Bikaner House, Delhi
Art & Culture
Dayanita Singh: Call Me An Offset Artist

Inside the Pocket Museum of Dayanita Singh

31 August 2017
Seminar covers at Bikaner House
Art & Culture
Trauma of Partition: Divided Lives

Returning to the trauma of Partition

16 August 2017
Illness as a Metaphor
Art & Culture
Illness as a Metaphor

Turning physical disabilities into advantages of imagination

25 May 2017
Triumph of Labour by Devi Prasad Roy Chowdhury
Art & Culture
Sculpture: The Primeval and the Modern

The philosophical and the political permeate an exhibition of sculptures

19 April 2017
Sundaram’s latest installation, Meanings of Failed Action: Insurrection 1946, on display in Mumbai
Art & Culture
Bombay Naval Mutiny: In a Forgotten Boat

Vivan Sundaram pays tribute to the Bombay Naval Mutiny

22 March 2017
India Art Fair 2017
Art & Culture
India Art Fair 2017: All the Flowers Are for Everyone

When Picasso and Dali give a welcome twist to the predominantly Asian show at the India Art Fair

08 February 2017
Naiza Khan
Art & Culture
Bound by Earth

Naiza Khan and Manisha Parekh breach borders and investigate geographies

07 December 2016
Jananne Al-Ani's production still from the Film Shadow Sites
Art & Culture
Baptist Coelho: Strokes of Conflict

Indian artist Baptist Coelho’s art is not a simple critique of war, but a compassionate understanding of the mechanics behind it

16 November 2016


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