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Bose Krishnamachari: Through a Mirror Darkly

Nandini Nair

For Bose Krishnamachari, art is life itself, and his solo exhibition in Kolkata shifts from minimalism to maximalism with sensational ease. He tells Nandini Nair why he can’t separate people from his creations

Ebrahim Alkazi: The Canvas of a Polymath

The forgotten paintings of Ebrahim Alkazi

Jogen Chowdhury: Form and Feeling

Jogen Chowdhury prefers spontaneity to deftness in his ‘throbbing lines’

Raja Ravi Varma: When the Gods Came Home

Raja Ravi Varma’s oleographs turn 125

On a Wider Canvas

Exhibitions to mark in your calendar

Black Lives Matter

Diving into European art history to resurrect a vital and ignored cast of characters

An Illusory Universe

NS Harsha evokes many worlds within one in his art

Jangarh Singh Shyam: Karmic Crossings

The life and lines of Jangarh Singh Shyam

Amar Nath Sehgal: The Lightness of Bronze

A new museum commemorates the life and works of Amar Nath Sehgal

India Art Fair: Present Continuous

The India Art Fair returns with the fantastical, familiar, political and the ecological

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