Vivan Sundaram: Between Matter and Memory

Rosalyn D’Mello

It is his humanist engagement with politics that sets Vivan Sundaram apart

Nature’s Myths

Foreign natives and native exiles in verse

Natural Beauty

A recreation of memories of flora in watercolours

Malavika Sarukkai: ‘I wanted to fly’

Over the last five decades Malavika Sarukkai has reserved the right to dream in her performances. The Bharatanatyam dancer in conversation with Malini Nair

Bonsai Gone Wild

Curatorial noise overwhelms this ambitious exhibition spanning more than eight decades of creative renderings

India Art Fair 2016: Less Is More

Indian artists may not have set hearts aflutter but those from Pakistan and Nepal added spice to the local flavours

A Montage Made in Memory

Poetics of a future in the fragmentary experiences of freedom and terror

For an India of Equal Liberty

Time to strike a balance between justice and prosperity

To Write or Not to Write

The right to express oneself is an undeniable freedom. But isn’t the freedom not to write about what the markets, literary establishments and general Joes demand an equally enshrined liberty?

Why Dogs Wag Their Tails

It is not just about expressing their joy


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