The graceful art form has a long history, but is currently under threat of disappearing.
The most gruesome images of COVID-19’s wrath in the Western press have originated from the formerly colonized nation and stand in contrast with an imageless COVID-19 crisis in the United States.
Narayan Sinha transforms a dilapidated old home into a surreal artistic playground.
Scholars and artists including Anish Kapoor and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak are calling for an “immediate halt” of the $2 billion project as COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc across India.
“I make the films I want to make, about issues I see around me in India.”
“What happened is unfortunate, but it’s highlighted how important these works are to people from all walks of life,” said Hanif Kureshi, co-founder of St+art India.
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.
For some photographers, they became their own muse, as self-portraits became a coping mechanism to process emotions during the prolonged quarantine.
The World Monuments Fund is urging the Indian Institute of Management to reconsider destroying architect Louis Kahn’s historic campus.
According to the alleged victim’s complaint, the swindlers “conjured up” a genie from the lamp, and one dressed up as Aladdin à la One Thousand and One Nights.
Eshna Kutty, who has been practicing and teaching hooping for a decade, says movement arts can help women realize the “wisdom” stored in their bodies.
As the country entered lockdown, an urgent need to stay hopeful and inspired through the crisis emerged.