Trisha Mukherjee

The solitary reaper: Art exhibition at Delhi’s Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

Continued experimentations with terracotta have been behind Himmat Shah’s famed monolithic heads, on display at KNMA

26 Nov 2022

Three decades of vision recast in clay

In what is said to be the largest solo of an Indian artist, Paresh Maity’s latest multi-city exhibition encapsulates his career spanning three decades.
 

19 Nov 2022

Pigments of princely pageants

To open its centennial celebrations, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Asian Art in the US is presenting a survey of court paintings from royal Udaipur.

12 Nov 2022

Frieze Frame: Indian galleries with rich palette of senior, emerging artists' work in London

Among these are Sri Lankan artist Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran’s polychromatic ceramic sculptures, which, with their bulging eyes and garish teeth, are reminiscent of mythological tales.  

15 Oct 2022

Mohsin Hamid's 'The Last White Man': A Walk in Other’s Shoes

Almost all of us, at some point of time, have wondered what it would be like to wake up as someone else.

01 Oct 2022

The line master: Artist Lalu Prasad Shaw displays his seven-decade-long journey

A recent retrospective of Lalu Prasad Shaw in Delhi had on display 75 works by the artist, chronicling his seven-decade-long art journey.
 

01 Oct 2022

Tactile transformer: Fashion designer Rimzim Dadu's new clothing line is all set to launch 

To mark 15 successful years in fashion, Rimzim Dadu, known for her one-of-a-kind experiments with materials, launches a new line celebrating her unique creative journey.

10 Sep 2022

A win for the skin featuring hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid’s hydrating and brightening properties has made it a much-sought-after ingredient in skincare.

10 Sep 2022

A canvas of collective solitude 

The recently concluded Delhi Art Week reiterates our collective hankering for a simpler time that found resonance during the pandemic
 

03 Sep 2022

In for the long haul: How to know if what you have is a post-Covid-19 condition

Across the world, people are confused over Covid—and now, long Covid—symptoms. How to get it right, according to doctors

27 Aug 2022

Bharatanatyam dancer Sudhana Sankar finds modern relevance in the traditional art form 

"Now my performances are all based on the rawest form of human emotions, and I can correlate all of it with my own life,” says Sudhana, who is also trained in hip-hop, contemporary and salsa.

13 Aug 2022

Meet millennial artist Abhishek Dodiya who uses his blacksmith heritage in his sculptures

Artist Abhishek Dodiya is using his blacksmith heritage to create works that reflect the contemporary 
ideas of urbanisation.
 

06 Aug 2022

The Changeling’s stage featuring Faezeh Jalali

Faezeh Jalali’s latest play, Strictly Unconventional, explores unique relationships across gender, sexuality and age, as she transitions from actor to writer

30 Jul 2022

Jaipur pottery, Kashmir papier mache set to adorn walls of US' Ivy Lodge 

Meet Shaunali Nanda, who is all set to take off to the US as the only Indian among 20 international interior designers picked to decorate a historic home for the Hampton Designer Showhouse next month

24 Jul 2022

I want to tell my stories simply: 'Thai Massage' director  Imtiaz Ali

I started a production house ––Window Seat Films––a couple of years ago, with the realisation that, at best, I can direct one film in two years.

23 Jul 2022