The Story Of William Dalrymple’s New Book Through His Smartphone Camera
The pictures were showcased at his photo exhibition, A Historian’s Eye, as he traced the footsteps of Shah Alam, the last Mughal prince
French Mirror Sculptor, Yahel Chirinian Gets Ready To Bid Farewell To India
Collectors and aesthetes in India are about to lose some sparkle in their homes, as French mirror-sculptor, Yahel Chirinian, gets ready to leave India, her home for nearly three decades
Top 9 Art Deco Buildings In Mumbai That Will Take You Back In Time
UNESCO took some time to acknowledge Mumbai’s Art Deco buildings, that deserved special status
Inside What Will Be India’s Biggest Photography Museum
Abishek Poddar of Tasveer gallery is setting up the country’s biggest photography musuem, the Museum of Art & Photography, set to open in Bengaluru in 2020
Manish Arora And St+art India Bring Jindal Mansion To Life
Nothing a little bit of love can’t fix.
Photographer Rohan Shrestha’s Underwater Photographs Are A Treat For Sore Eyes
When Rohan Shrestha isn’t shooting A-list celebrities, he’s scuba diving in exotic parts of the world.
Meet All India Permit, A “Moving” Platform For Truck Artists
All India Permit supports truck artists, so that they can continue to turn trucks into moving works of art.
BREAKING! Newton Is India’s Official Entry For The Oscars: In Conversation With Director Amit Masurkar
We take a look back at an interview we did with him for our March 2017 issue.
The Photographer’s Photographer: A Tribute To S. Paul
S. Paul, who died in Delhi last month at the age of 88, was among the early pioneers of photojournalism in India.
You Won’t Believe That These Paintings Were Created Using MS Paint
We don’t know how they were done, but hats off to these artists for pulling off such a miracle.
Abhishek Majumdar Is Quietly Staging A Revolution With His Theatre Company, Indian Ensemble
Up-close and personal with the winner of the first Shankar Nag theatre award, instituted by Ranga Shankara in 2014.