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Delhi's Belly: The canteen at Mandi House

Delhi's Belly: The canteen at Mandi House

The decades-old Triveni Tea Terrace shut down late last year. Triveni means three plaits in Sanskrit and, indeed, this Delhi landmark could well have been something a god of small and beautiful things had created in three days: first, the ..., 2 months ago
Business Standard India

Taking art forward

Meet Naresh Kapuria, an all-round artist. He wanted to become a scientist, but it was art that held him in thrall. It's not easy to describe Naresh Kapuria. A painter, sculptor, designer, he can also be seen organising exhibitions and multi-media ...
 The Hindu1 week ago India Art Fair, sitar recital by Nishat Khan and Italian comedy to make your weekend  Business Standard India2 months ago
Millennium Post

Small things matter

This one's for the photography enthusiasts. Time Out , a photo art exhibition by four prominent artists trying to portray the myriad facets of life and the real essence of small things in life . The Exhibition is an inspiration to take some Time Out ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
APN News

Godrej India Culture Lab to host Home Street Home: The Incredible life and photography of Vicky Roy

Godrej India Culture Lab will host an interesting Friday Funda session titled Home Street Home: The Incredible life and photography of Vicky Roy. In this special talk, Vicky Roy will talk about his inspirational journey from life on the streets to ...
 APN News2 weeks ago

Mumbai: Konkani literary evening programme that proclaims culture

News and pics: Rons Bantwal Daijiworld Media Network Mumbai (EP) Mumbai, Mar 7: The part played by residents of Mumbai to make the mother tongue of home towns thrive is immense. The languages have stayed with the aroma of language lovers like ...
 Daijiworldcom3 weeks ago

When the artist took the plunge

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Artist Manjunath V Kalledevar Photo: Sudhakara Jain. The Hindu A holy Snan TOPICS Manjunath V. Kalladevar won the National Award from the Lalit Kala Academi this year for his photo project ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Vyarawalla's world in black and white

Comment · print · T T T+· T- shades of history:Inner and Outer Lives: The Many Worlds of Homai Vyarawalla at the Triveni Kala Sangam displays unseen photographs by India's first woman photojournalist. The exhibition is on till February ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Indian Express

Journey Behind the Lens

(Courtesy: HV Archive/ Alkazi Collection of Photography ) An exhibition provides an insight into India's first woman photo journalist Homai Vyarawalla's archives, beyond her famed political work The set of monochromes belong to Homai Vyarawalla ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

The Mint Planner, 06 February 2015

Delhi Around town The Spring Food Festival 8 February Families will come together to organize this annual multi-cuisine (mostly home-food) festival to raise money for the Sisters of the People society. It runs 18 preschools in the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Vivid viewpoints on a colourful canvas

There are variable ways for a viewer to connect to an artwork. Generally, through metaphors an artist believes in exploring this rationale. But Italy-based Mila Dau, believes in simple narration of this intriguing artist-viewer bond. She simply presents the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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