Rosalyn D’Mello is an art critic and the author of A Handbook For My Lover
The shades of a conflict zone pervade the canvas at the third edition of the Dhaka Art Summit
Sudarshan Shetty is simultaneously interested in achieving a state of minimalism and echoing a position of seeming emptiness through abundance and grandiloquence
Jitish Kallat as an internationalist continues to plough the ocean of possibilities in his quest for perfection
The colour philosophy of Raghubir Singh was influenced by his interest in traditional Indian art
In a digital age where everyone is armed with a camera, what does the mushrooming of photography festivals across the country signify?
The second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale has on display 94 artists from 30 countries—masters, saboteurs, and experimentalists
Christie’s second auction in India featuring rare works by the masters takes place in a resurgent art market
Rameshwar Broota’s examination of the male anatomy poses questions about vulnerability and brutality, the ravages of age and time, and the very essence of existence
This could have been a Mills & Boon novel, but for its sado-masochistic twist. So what is it about this cliché-ridden book that is driving women in hordes to read it?
In this 18th century erotic poem banned by the British, the courtesan Muddupalani gives us Radha, a feminist and sexual woman in rage over Krishna’s ‘betrayal’
CELESTIAL HEROISM IS a bestseller, unless it is badly made. In it merges great survivor dramas and the romance of breaching the boundaries of human…
Pratap Bhanu Mehta is one of India’s most influential columnists and public intellectuals
Brahma Chellaney is a geostrategist and the author of two award-winning books on water: Water, Peace, and War and Water: Asia’s New Battleground
MJ Akbar is the author of several books, including Doolally Sahib and the Black Zamindar: Racism and Revenge in the British Raj
Ram Madhav is a member of the National Executive of RSS and a founding member of the governing council of India Foundation. He is the author of, among other titles, Partitioned Freedom and The Hindutva Paradigm
Makarand R Paranjape is professor of English at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Views are personal.
Subscribe today and save up to 85% off the cover price
© 2019 Open Media Network Pvt. Ltd.
Design & Developed by Pixelvj