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
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
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
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
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
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
- May17By 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
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
- Jul23By 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
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