Shreya Ray

Museum of My Mind by Samanta Batra Mehta
Art & Culture
Crossing the Divide

Galleries come together for a good cause

22 August 2018
Ravi Agarwal at his show at Gallery Espace, Delhi
Art & Culture
Ravi Agarwal: In the Realm of Nature

Ravi Agarwal’s photography forces us to ask: Is this what we do to nature? Is this what we do in turn, to ourselves?

10 May 2016
Mohit Takalkar
Art & Culture
Mohit Takalkar: The Minimal Master

Neither commercial nor experimental, Mohit Takalkar has developed his own stage idiom. And now it’s winning awards

30 March 2016
Art & Culture
NSD Theatre Festival: Light to Fade

The theatre festival by National School of Drama needs to be more alive to change

25 February 2016
Art & Culture
India Enchanted

Lord Hastings’ 1814 journey from Calcutta to Punjab with painter Sita Ram is a discovery of Colonial India through lives mundane and magical

09 December 2015
Art & Culture
Dialectical Materials

Works by five Leftist artists show the interplay of ideas, politics and camaraderie in vivid colours

02 December 2015
Art & Culture
Dreamer’s Realism

Exploring war, nationhood and the Left movement, Bangladeshi artist Naeem Mohaiemen has emerged as the chronicler of a merciless history

17 September 2014
Art & Culture
An Imperfect Egg

In today’s world of open source and Facebook, everyone curates and everything is curated. But does this mean that ‘anything goes’?

05 October 2013


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Makarand R Paranjape

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Sumantra Bose

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