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Anjolie Ela Menon, Art, Badri Narayan, Baiju Parthan, Brinda Miller, Carpets, Dr. Tarana Khubchandani, Gallery Art & Soul, Jayasri Burman, Jehangir Sabavala, Krishen Khanna, Manu Parekh, Neeraj Goswami, Paresh Maity, Passages, Ram Kumar, Rekha Rodwittiya, Rini Dhumal, S H Raza, Satish Gujral, Seema Kohli, Senaka Senanayake, Shuvaprasanna, Sudhir Patwardhan, Sujata Bajaj, Suryaprakash, The cARTpet Project, Thota Vaikuntam
October 23, 2018

How The cARTpet Project Is Bringing Art Closer To The Heart

Text by Shubham Ladha. Photograph Courtesy: Gallery Art & Soul and Passages, Mumbai

In a bid to support the important cause of breast cancer, the cARTpet Project brings together the two distinct fields art and health
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Anu Chouhan, Artists, bridal artist, Featured, Feminism, feminist art, Hiba Khan, Indian diaspora artists, Instagram artists, Neha Kapil, Nimisha Bhanot, Online Exclusive, Sam Madhu, unsanskaari brides
October 03, 2018

As the wedding season begins, have you already had enough of imagery depicting layers of make-up, an accommodating smile and eyes permanently fixed to the floor? These artists' badass desi dulhans are challenging the norm....
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Bénédicte Desrus, Featured, Für mich, Hyderabad, Indian Photography Festival, Insider/Outsider, Life after Life in Prison, Online Exclusive, Photograph, Photography, Sara Bennett, Sina Niemeyer, The Women of Casa Xochiquetzal, Women Photograph
September 28, 2018

From elderly prostitutes to the psychological effects of being 'fat', the festival in Hyderabad delves into the psyche of women from all over the world with photographs that catch them at their most private moments.
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Vincent Dolman, London-based Photographer, Holding Hands
September 25, 2018

A Show Of Hands

Photographs by Vincent Dolman

What intrigues London-based photographer Vincent Dolman the most about India, is the way men express their comfort with one another by walking hand-in-hand. Explaining why he loves this male gesture that is rarely seen in his homeland in England, the lensman shares images from his series Holding Hands
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Anirban Ghosh, Art, Artists, Cartoons, Debasmita Das, Featured, Kruttika Susarla, LGBT, LGBTQIA, Online Exclusive, Priya Dali, Queer, Queer King Of Diamonds, Section 377, Shirish Ghatge, Sreejita Biswas, Surya Shekhar, Veer Misra
September 11, 2018

These new kids on the block are fighting the good fight through their public art
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Ceramic artists, Ceramics, Featured, Have Fun Pottery, Indian Ceramics Triennale, Irregular Beauty, Jaipur, Kate Malone, Online Exclusive, Rahul's Clay Studio, Ramesh Nithiyendran, Saraswati, Satoru Hoshino, Shirley Bhatnagar

The first-of-its-kind event is the result of a growing revival of the traditional art form and the modern designs coming out of it are giving ceramics a cool new identity
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Artwork by Svabhu Kohli, Instagram artist
August 24, 2018

Verve scrolls through Instagram’s growing world of digital art and gives you six creators to look out for
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Komail Aijazuddin
August 23, 2018

In the fourth and final part of our series spotlighting the works of Pakistani artists, Komail Aijazuddin talks about traversing the themes of religious art and trying to expand its confines
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Ayesha Sultana, Tabula Rasa II, 2014, wood
August 22, 2018

Working across a range of mediums such as sound art, drawing and photography, she mulls over the relationships between different spaces, objects, materials and landscapes
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Saqiba Suleman

In the third part of our series spotlighting the works of Pakistani artists, we speak to Saqiba Suleman who's 'works represent shared tenets of society on both sides of the border.'
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Muhammad Zeeshan

In the second part of our series spotlighting the works of Pakistani artists, Muhammad Zeeshan tells us how his identity and the political and social milieu around him define his art
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Salman Toor
August 20, 2018

In the first part of our series spotlighting the works of Pakistani artists, Salman Toor talks about his diverse portrayal of South Asian lives juxtaposed with issues of 'queerness and brownness'
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