The 1Shanthiroad Cookbook does more than stoke nostalgia, hinting at the politics that touch the growing, trading, cooking, and eating of food in India and beyond.
Etgar Keret’s stories are absurd, tragic, surreal, and often dramatic, with surprising and shocking twists.
These magazines often served as laboratories for thought experiments, and were crucial to the creative and political development of many artists.
“The images in this book are a reflection of what I hear beneath the waves,” photographer Christian Vizl writes in Silent Kingdom: A World Beneath the Waves, his stunning book of undersea photography.
Chitra Santhe, one of the largest events of its kind in the country, is intended for artists who might not have access to the art market otherwise.
Over an eight-year period, Dhruv Malhotra spent sleepless nights wandering the streets of Noida, a satellite of Delhi, creating otherworldly photographs of the nocturnal cityscape.
Being photographed by Jitendra Arya was seen as a ticket to fame.
After dozens of trees — some as old as 250 years — came down in Bengaluru’s Lalbagh Botanical Gardens last October, woodcarvers gave them new life.
The curator for the third edition of India’s first art biennial, Sudarshan Shetty, has brought together some strong works that don’t resonate with each other in any way.
BENGALURU, India — In July of last year, an agreement was signed to turn control of one of the oldest public art galleries in this city of 11.5 million over to a private foundation.