Trisha Gupta

Art & Culture
The World according to a Cat Lover

The fate of both peasants and animals in Ramkinkar Baij’s art is a record of change in a post-industrial world

31 March 2012
A Kapoor by Chance

Rishi is the least Kapoor-like of the Kapoors: shorn of the family mannerisms and preoccupation with their image. Now, on the eve of turning 60, he is getting the roles of a lifetime and relishing them too

16 February 2012
Familiar Sorts

In her latest collection of stories, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala writes of people you feel you already know. In her assured hands, that may not be a bad thing

06 January 2012
Nainsukh through a Modern-day Lens

The biopic of a Pahari miniaturist, now considered the most important Indian painter of the 18th century

15 December 2011
Tales from the Desert Safari

In Jaisalmer, tour guides and hotel managers can be as interesting as the place itself

25 November 2011
Art & Culture
‘Writing is much more intimately who I am’

The difference between Deepti Naval the actress and Deepti Naval the writer

17 November 2011
Art & Culture
It’s a Funny Thing

Kapil Das’ photographs capture the whimsy of this world without exoticising it

02 October 2011
Art & Culture
If Buildings Could Speak

Rabindranath Tagore’s architectural and interior designs are reflective of his national ideals, finds artist Samit Das

18 August 2011
Alice in Blunderland

While Alice Albinia, the non-fiction writer, refuses to tell a well-worn tale, Albinia the novelist succumbs easily to reductive depictions

22 June 2011
Art & Culture
When What’s Queer Is Not

For nearly 30 years now, photographer Sunil Gupta has been trying to capture Indian gaydar in natural light

18 May 2011


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