Kashmir and the Artist

Sohini Chattopadhyay

At the start of yet another fierce, heartless summer in Delhi, comes the enigmatically titled exhibition, Snow, on Kashmir.

Shutter Speed

Even before the opening of his latest show, Atul Dodiya has sold all 12 works. But he says he regrets the commodification of art.

Frida’s Shadow

The necklace is an overpowering and almost macabre motif in Anju Dodiya’s ‘fictional self images’.

The King and Eye

For an exhibition on Bhutan, the current king himself, an avid photographer, gives us an insider’s view of his kingdom and its people.

The Waterhouse Watershed

In the 1860s, a young officer in the British army in India, called James Waterhouse, compiled one of the most astonishing photographic archives in the world.

Through the Yellow Frame

The National Geographic Society will display 150 priceless vintage prints from its treasure trove of an archive this September. We bring you a preview


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