Virtually in New York

Nature Morte, an art gallery in the capital, which participates in the Frieze Art Fair every year, will be part of its virtual room this year too, from May 8 to May 15. The title of their presentation, ‘Research and […]


Exploring Raja Ravi Varma online

Celebrating 172 years of Raja Ravi Varma (1848-1906), the great Indian painter who came to redefine Indian art practice in the colonial times, is a comprehensive digital retrospective of his paintings, prints, sketches and rare photographs, which can be viewed […]


India Craft Week holds worldwide preview during lockdown

In a bid to elevate craft and tell the makers stories, India’s official Craft Week will be reaching out digitally during the lockdown with its Global edition, eGood Stories Untold – From your home. New-Delhi based social venture Craft Village, […]


Art Galleries come together to launch ‘In Touch’

Several art galleries have partnered to launch ‘In Touch’, a digital exhibition platform, to present online exhibitions. Ten galleries from India and Dubai have collaborated in the effort, including Chemould Prescott Road (Mumbai), Experimenter (Kolkata), Gallery Espace (New Delhi), Green […]

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Serendipity Arts Festival goes digital

The Serendipity Arts Foundation, a multi-arts organisation that hosts a well-attended arts festival in the Goan capital annually, has launched a virtual festival that starts Saturday. Evenly spread across five days and hosted on the festival’s social media platforms, the […]

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Banksy reveals latest artwork in lockdown

Banksy, the acclaimed anonymous British street artist, has revealed his latest artwork of a series of rats causing mayhem in his bathroom, while in lockdown amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a media report said on Thursday. The elusive artist posted […]


Van Gogh painting stolen from Dutch museum

Dutch post-impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh’s painting “Spring Garden” from 1884 was stolen from a museum in The Netherlands. The painting was a loan from the Groninger Museum, for a temporary exhibition at Singer Museum, in the city of Laren, […]


Famed Photographer Nemai Ghosh passes away

Famed photographer Nemai Ghosh, known for his very fruitful two-decade long association with auteur Satyajit Ray, died at his residence here on Wednesday following cardio-respiratory failure, a family member said. Ghosh, 85, the only Indian lensman to have clicked film […]


Historic treasures from tenth century archives on view

A new exhibition exploring the history, culture and traditions of Jewish people through the ages and from all corners of the world will open at London’s British Library on March 20. The exhibition titled “Hebrew Manuscripts: Journeys of the Written […]

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