Richie Mehta’s Delhi Crime uses taut cinematography to distract from its propagandistic storyline.
A contracting company says it “has been left in a precarious financial situation” after the biennial declined to pay its full construction costs. The biennial says a government-approved valuer found “that the amounts demanded by the contractor are arbitrary.”
This year’s Chennai Photo Biennale is spread across the city, with many heritage sites providing layered historical contexts and compelling physical backdrops.
Krishna Reddy was one of the most innovative printmakers at the most innovative atelier in Paris.
The fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennial, which is the first instance of it being curated by a woman, is marked by lofty ideals, but also incidents of toxic masculinity.
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.
Singh did justice to the most layered and dense figurations of his Indian homeland.
There’s a beauty in the bovine’s domesticated body that inspired Daniel Naudé to spend two years taking portraits of cows.
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.
One of India’s most private religious communities, the Pushtimarg also developed one of the country’s most unique artistic traditions.
NEW DELHI — On October 27 the Indian news site Scroll published a letter signed by over 300 artists that expresses support for the more than 40 writers who have returned their state awards over the past month as a form of protest against the increasingly intolerant environment in India for minorities and cultural producers.
New York-based photographer Caleb Cain Marcus traveled the 1,500 miles of the Ganges River, winding through India and Bangladesh and capturing life and landscapes around the river through fog and ethereal light.