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Focus Dubai: Home and the Foreign World

New Delhi, March 16 -- Home is imagined to be a place of permanence and rootedness, security and comfort. But as cement borders climb higher and higher, countries disintegrate into political fisticuff... Read More


Stamps: Ephemeral emblems of the past

New Delhi, March 9 -- What could a piece of paper, frail, dated and perforated at the edges, possibly convey? Stamps, ordinary and often overlooked, have been rendered almost redundant in the digital ... Read More


The revival of the India Pavilion is crucial, says Kiran Nadar

New Delhi, March 8 -- After an eight-year hiatus, India will make a crucial return at the Venice Biennale (11 May-24 November), the world's oldest and most prestigious art event held every two years. ... Read More


Art for one, art for all

New Delhi, March 1 -- Whenever there has been a need for protest, art in myriad forms -theatre, music, poetry, dance and film-has become the vehicle to convey it, amplify it, and rally people. This we... Read More


The individual genius of Arpita Singh

New Delhi, Feb. 9 -- Her first exhibition was held in 1972 at Kunika Chemould Gallery. Almost fifty years later, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Delhi opened Arpita Singh's retrospective, 'Submergence:... Read More


Postcards from the past

New Delhi, Feb. 4 -- Red Fort is intrinsic to Delhi's historical fabric, but it has seldom been considered as a backdrop for displaying rare, valuable art. For the first time, however, the fortress wi... Read More


India Art Fair opens today, to focus on censorship themes

New Delhi, Jan. 31 -- One of the themes that provocatively emerge from the India Art Fair this year is that of censorship. The 11th edition of the mammoth India Art Fair (IAF), which opens on Friday,... Read More


The Miss Marples of Delhi

New Delhi, Jan. 25 -- Akriti Khatri's angular body darts from one room to another. She's either on the phone, attending to a client, or asking a young assistant to do background research on a potentia... Read More


The women detectives of Delhi

New Delhi, Jan. 19 -- Akriti Khatri's angular body darts from one room to another. She's either on the phone, attending to a client, or asking a young assistant to do background research on a potentia... Read More


The technicolour landscape of Lodhi

New Delhi, Jan. 18 -- In a crisp winter morning, Priyanka Mehra, project manager at St+art India Foundation, meets me in Delhi's Lodhi Colony. We've decided to negotiate the lanes and by-lanes of the ... Read More