• Jun
    26

    The results of UK’s exit vote has led to a major political and economic uncertainty that is likely to effect and increase the problems of the country’s art fraternity and

  • Jun
    19

    A rather important exhibition on Renaissance Art that deserves to be written about ended this month in London. Titled The Age of Giorgione the exhibition had opened

  • Jun
    12

    A painting by the Russian artist and traveller Alexander Yakolev (1887-1938) has made waves at MacDougall’s recent auction of Russian fine and decorative art in London. With the downward

  • Jun
    05

    While we in India wait anxiously for the monsoons to reach our drought-stricken states, France struggles to cope with a flood caused by incessant rain in Paris — its worst

  • May
    29

    India’s celebrated artist Bhupen Khakhar’s exhibition, titled You Can’t Please All, is scheduled to open at London’s Tate Modern on June — the first international retrospective of the artist’s work

  • May
    22

    Of late we have heard a number of stories about the recovery of looted and stolen artworks and others that have remained hidden for some inexplicable reason. This clearly

  • May
    17
    By PTI

    South Korean author Han Kang has won the prestigious Man Booker International Prize for her "unforgettably powerful" novel 'The Vegetarian' which deals with a woman's rejection of human brutality and

  • Mar
    15

    Now take an incubator for aspiring artists. Delhi-based The Egg Art Studio is coming up with a model where the gallery will act as an incubator

  • Jul
    23
    By Ganesh V

    Iam levitating and feeling light-headed. Yet tears are streaming down my eyes and I sniffle repeatedly

  • They call it god’s own country and as we soaked in the beauty around Vembanadu Lake in Kerala — we believed it—100 per cent!
    Initially, we had planned to stay on