An initiative of Good Cause – an NGO
An initiative of Good Cause – an NGO




First time Dutch tradition flower painting INDIA

Contemporary Dutch photographer Bas Meeuws exhibited for the first time in India the traditional Dutch genre of flower painting in ...
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Lahore Biennale director on the inaugural edition and challenges it entailed

The inaugural edition of Lahore Biennale concluded on a promising note on March 31, 2018. But the art gala underwent ...
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White fort on a dark hill

Michel Testard’s works pay an ode to India

He is a French. Speaks ‘thoda-thoda’ Hindi and has travelled almost the length and breadth of India. Artist Michel Testard ...
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World Dance Day Special (1)

Hidden Truth – Raja Ravi Varma’s Inside Story

Rukmini Varma is a leading Indian artist who paints in the classical tradition. Born in 1940 as Princess Bharani Thirunal ...
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Affairs of the art in Bahrain

With increasing sales of local and international art, the third edition of ArtBab amply indicated the growing art market in ...
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Of Home, Homeland and more…

A thought-provoking installation at the first Lahore Biennale, Postcards from Home is Manisha Gera Baswani’s tribute to childhood memories of ...
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Ram Kumar — A benign creative wizard (Obituary)

At a press conference last year, writer and curator S.Kalidas had recounted how a chanced meeting between artists M.F.Husain and ...
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‘Lack of funding and participation are primary challenges in culture’

Since their launch in April 2016, Sahapedia, an online repository on the arts, cultures and heritage of India has launched ...
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Second edition of Habitat Photosphere is back!

The second edition of Habitat Photosphere, a year-long photography festival conceptualised and curated by Dr Alka Pande around the theme ...
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Of Kafka and Freud

Celebrated German novelist Franz Kafka wrote the novella ‘Metamorphosis’ – a psycho-analytical tale about the dreary life of a salesman ...
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Lord Krishna becomes an artist’s muse

What: When Krishna is your muse, the art that captures the myriad nuances of this blue-skinned deity is bound to ...
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Experimental photographs and conversations

Sixteen Indian and French artists engage with the process of creation, contemplating their respective environments and reacting to the site ...
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Delhi to Host India’s First Art Book Festival

Celebrating the country’s rich art and cultural heritage through the prism of artists and books is the inaugural edition of ...
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Artist Subrat Behera untitled pen , watercolour on paper 2014 15x44 inches.

One Soul Many Lives – Laxmana Dalmia

In a dream I saw one day, My idol too had feet of clay— In panic I watched its shaky ...
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History of Fine Arts in India & the West (CC)

The fruit of over twenty years teaching experience in India, this book (with over five hundred illustrations and numerous diagrams) ...
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