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.
Secretary of State Michael Pompeo says the proposed ban is an effort to “deny the Chinese communist party access to private information that belongs to Americans.”
A new, first-of-its-kind exhibition in London spotlights painters associated with with Kampani Qalam, the Urdu name for the rich, hybrid art style associated with commissions for the East India Company.
An anonymous complaint brought Delhi police to the India Art Fair, where an installation featuring slogans of resistance, Muslim hijabi women, and an Urdu protest song were deemed “inflammatory.”
In a fierce information and ideological battleground online, India’s webcomic creators and illustrators are cutting through the noise with style and wit.
Through their music, artists like Ginni Mahi and The Casteless Collective have protested the ways Dalits have been maltreated and marginalized in Hindu culture, often called “untouchables.”
Dozens call the court order to remove the allegations from Instagram “an outright move to silence the survivors and gag the platform that gave them a voice while protecting their identities.”
The court also ordered that Facebook, which owns Instagram, reveal the owner of Scene and Herd, an anonymous Instagram account responsible for sparking a #MeToo movement in India’s arts community.
The park presents the works of 23 artists in an expansive 18th-century fortress in Jaipur.