Come June, Christie’s spring auctions in London will feature contemporary works by Subodh Gupta, Jitish Kallat, Farida Batool and Yamini Nayar.
- Mar01By Ranaditya Baruah
For any blues enthusiast in India there aren’t many choices when it comes to local bands and artists.
- Jan30By PTI
Highly sought after works by modern and contemporary Indian artists like M F Husain, Tyeb Mehta, F N Souza and Sayed Haider among others, all owned by a single art
With changing times geographical lines are blurring when it comes to cuisine. And pan-Asian cuisine is one of the biggest examples of this culinary transition
- Dec20By Anil Dharker
Was it Nusrat Fateh Ali who put Sufi music on the world map? It was, of course, around before, but his voice, his musicality, his presentation widened its appeal to
Sometimes a soundtrack though old is so good you cannot help but go back to it again and again. Directed by Edgar Wright Scott Pilgrim
By Anil Dharker
I Suppose you have by now heard about the Mumbai LitFest. The Third Mumbai International Literary Festival to give its expanded name or Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai
A thousand years in the making and still popular Nihonga is one of the world’s oldest surviving art forms. Either monochrome or polychrome the Nihonga
This week we are back to discussing ‘fakes’ the bane of all art collectors. In this era of fakes how does someone who has spent a large
- Oct04By Anil Dharker
Ludwig van Beethoven wrote only one violin concerto in his life whereas he wrote five concertos for the piano.
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