Smriti Daniel

Anoli Perera’s installation Geographies of Deliverance
Art & Culture
Varanasi and Anuradhapura: Sacred Geographies

Politics, power and faith in the holy cities of Varanasi and Anuradhapura

31 August 2017
Thamotharampillai Shanaathanan
Art & Culture
War and Piece

Shanaathanan returns to war-torn Jaffna as artist, curator and visual archivist

22 February 2017
Ashok Ferrey
Kandy Cocktail

Ashok Ferrey turns a mocking eye to the foibles and failings of high society in Sri Lanka

01 February 2017
Chandraguptha Thenuwara adds final touches to his art at a gallery in Colombo
Art & Culture
Chandraguptha Thenuwara: The End of Fear

The Sri Lankan artist who turns the darkest memories into an art of reconciliation

20 July 2016
A Radioactive Debate
A Radioactive Debate

What the struggle in a Tamil Nadu village says about the other side of development

19 May 2016
To Break an Absurd Record

Two friends take a leap of faith in this fictionalised memoir

14 October 2015
Love in the Time of Swiping

A popular American comic’s take on love in the era of digital romance

15 July 2015
An Endless Spiral

Two women writers turn an unflinching eye to the lasting fallout of Sri Lanka’s civil conflict

07 January 2015


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