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A Bid For History

Rosalyn D’Mello

The shredding of Banksy’s work at an auction shows that to destroy is to create

Down to Earth

Sculptors go hyperlocal in their portraits of India

Sanjay Bhattacharyya: The Sacred Trail

In his first solo show in six years, Sanjay Bhattacharyya reimagines the idea of shrines

Borderline Reality

Subversively from the subcontinent

Man And Machine

The artificial way of being creative

Crossing the Divide

Galleries come together for a good cause

Akbar Padamsee: Body of Work

Akbar Padamsee has discovered a new colour and it adds an extra dimension to the structural compositions of his canvas

Joining the Dots

Movements and conversations of modern Indian art

Siri Hustvedt: Artists Are Cannibals

Novelist, poet and essayist, Siri Hustvedt is an intimidating figure in her books as well as in her exploration of ideas

Hand-Axe to Sher-Gil

A landmark exhibition highlights India’s connections with the world down the ages

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