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Art & Culture

Bose Krishnamachari: Through a Mirror Darkly

Nandini Nair

For Bose Krishnamachari, art is life itself, and his solo exhibition in Kolkata shifts from minimalism to maximalism with sensational ease. He tells Nandini Nair why he can’t separate people from his creations

Colours in Goa

The fourth edition of the Serendipity Arts Festival uses different disciplines to tell of belonging and place (Photos: Rohit Chawla))

A Magical Mystery Tour of Rome

The many myths of the historical Italian capital

Flying Machine Versus Robin

The guts and glories of one-on-one breaking or B-Boying

Usha Uthup: Still Rocking

The sensational fifty years of Usha Uthup

Man of Melody

Ramakant Gundecha (1962-2019) was an intellectual who thought deeply about the art and science of dhrupad

The Inward Gaze of Olivia Fraser

An artist with an eye for detail

The K-pop Wave

The obsessive love of the K-pop fan in India

Ebrahim Alkazi: The Canvas of a Polymath

The forgotten paintings of Ebrahim Alkazi

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