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Beijing, Mithila Phadke
August 18, 2018

Settling into her new life in Beijing, Mithila Phadke is constantly surprised by the hidden secrets of its lesser-known winding alleys and the many stories they hold. She writes about how a geographical shift led her to fuel her creative juices
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Hit Man Gurung, We Are In War Without Enemies (2016).
August 10, 2018

The South Asian Counterpoint

Text by Bhavna Kakar

With a narrative driven by the various geopolitical and economic shifts witnessed by the region, South Asian art has carved a special place for itself in the global arena
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Capital Comment, Madhu Jain
August 08, 2018

Tracing The Source

Text by Madhu Jain. Illustration by Devika Swarup

Art movements, trends and fashions are iffy, whimsical things, states Madhu Jain, who takes a ramble through the decades to find what is motivating creators in the subcontinent today
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Art, Columns, Featured, Kastoori Barua
August 03, 2018

Is Art Often Over-Intellectualised?

Text by Kastoori Barua

Everything now is art, so how does one distinguish the artist’s work from the charlatan’s?
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Columns, Featured, Genesia Alves, Opinion
July 23, 2018

Are Children A Gift From God?

Text by Genesia Alves

To have or not to have children… our writer asserts that this choice has never been as loaded with information, politics, gender issues and workable alternatives as it is today
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Politics, Women
July 06, 2018

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle….

Text by Harini Calamur. Illustration by Devika Swarup

We analyse how a social context that shows a rather regressive attitude towards women has paradoxically produced some of the strongest female political figures through history
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