Geoffrey Bawa: Art Is a Construct

Noor Anand Chawla

Drawings and photographs from Geoffrey Bawa’s archives reveal how the Sri Lankan architect built imagination

People and Peaks

Two writers romance the Everest

Robert Mapplethorpe: Fire and Light

The hypnotic aura of Robert Mapplethorpe’s photographs triumphs over petty public morality

Indebted to Imaginary Pleasures

Photographs of food can be equally appetising

Rupi Kaur, Poet


Subverting the Subversive

A compelling new show spotlights three artists’ take on the ironies and contradictions of their time

Two Lives, Two Realities

Time and space, and inner and outer worlds, come together in Rahab Allana’s diptychs.

A Family Album of India

Anusha Yadav seeks to document India’s social history using family archives with the Indian Memory Project.

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.


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