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Art & Culture

A Sound New World

Akhil Sood

Independent musicians are recalibrating how they create and share music online

Inside Out

Three artists explore the changing relationship among the individual, the city and the home

‘How Do I Walk All the Way?’

Bhojpuri folk music articulates the anxieties of migrant workers and their longing for home and their families

The Lone Strokes

The meditative powers of Tyeb Mehta and Nasreen Mohamedi

The Net Worth of Seeing

When the virtual gallery comes home

Locked Down in the Studio

In the present standstill, artists are grappling with the urgency of art and the non-essentialism of artists. Rosalyn D’Mello captures their moments of turmoil and tranquillity

Ravinder Reddy: The Man with the Heads

Having made over 100 fibreglass figures in the past 30 years, Ravinder Reddy continues to be interested in the human form and its ability to arrest attention

Sujith SN: Seer Strokes

Sujith SN’s rarely peopled landscapes prove oddly comforting in the time of lockdown

Public Gift Not for Private Collection

As a debate rages over the ownership of a painting sold by Priyanka Gandhi to disgraced Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor, a look at the gifting culture in Indian politics

‘Museums are a tool of cultural diplomacy,’ says Nathalie Bondil

Curator Nathalie Bondil tells V Shoba that exposure to culture, art and music are integral to our well-being

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