Arts & Photography

December 12, 2018

Of Rice Paste and Song

An art residency in Bapugaon, Maharastra witnessed joyful camaraderie as Warli artists welcomed their UK counterparts, writes […]
December 11, 2018

The Doctor Keeping Urdu Calligraphy Alive

Armed with a blackboard and Baru Qalam (Reed pen) Dr. Rehan Ansari from Bhiwandi has been conducting weekend Khatati classes for several months
December 5, 2018

A Personal Manifesto Against Factory Art

This artist adapted Julio Garcia Espinosa’s essay into four audio-visual clips that invoke as much dialogue with the […]
August 29, 2018

How an Ongoing Exhibition In Kashmir Brought Together Two Alienated Communities

Kashmir had a bolstering art scene before the rise of armed militancy shrunk the space for such […]
August 29, 2018

The Many Meanings of Being Queer

The best part of the recently concluded exhibition Me We, and the artworks it showcased was the […]
August 29, 2018

How a Design Graduate Made Truck Art Cool Again

The man behind All India Permit and his story of elevating the lives of the artists that […]
May 29, 2018

How The Seesaw Project Is Redeeming Feminism Through Art

The project aims to sensitise people against negative gender stereotypes in everyday life We live in complex […]
May 8, 2018

Using Postcards to Tell Old Stories from The Indian Subcontinent

Onaiza Drabu and Prachi Jha’s intitative Daak, uses the old-fashioned icons of letter writing as props to […]
April 13, 2018

Redefining Femininity & Sexuality

Chen Yuan, spoke to the Hongkong based artist, Claudia Chanhoi, whose art confronts what it takes to […]
April 5, 2018

The Immersive Art of Sajid Wajid Shaikh

Fresh off the heels of his latest exhibition, sbcltr caught up with the visual artist to understand […]
March 1, 2018

Holi Essential: Vrindavan

Scores of people travel to Vrindavan, Mathura, to celebrate the Hindu festival of colours, Holi. This year […]
February 8, 2018

Inside The World’s Largest Open-Air Laundromat In Mumbai

Omkar Phatak, captures the essence of the Mahalaxmi Dhobi Ghat amidst a rapidly developing Mumbai The Mahalaxmi […]
November 17, 2017

Africans of India

sbcltr explores The Sidi Project by Luke Duggleby on Africans that have lived in India for centuries Intrigued […]
November 17, 2017

An App That Brings Art Galleries Into Your Home

ArtPassport allows you to take a tour of exhibitions anytime, anywhere, writes Neha Pant The founders of […]
November 10, 2017

Superheroes in Delhi

sbcltr speaks to an artist confronting the calamity of pollution in Delhi through superheroes Thirty-eight-year-old Rajkamal Aich […]
November 7, 2017

How An Amateur Photographer Used Her Art To Shed Light On a Dying Lake

Majid Maqbool, on how Yasmin Hussain started a discourse on the condition of the Dal lake through […]
October 6, 2017

A Preview Into the bangaloREsidency Project

Whether it is re-presenting the cow goddess or an ubiquitous shop in the market, Francesco Petruccelli and Bernd Lützeler’s […]
October 1, 2017

If You’re Falling In Love or Getting Over it, This Is For You

Writer Aastha Atray and graphic designer Shawn D’Souza have collaborated to make #ayearoflove, a calendar dedicated to […]
September 21, 2017

Painting Portraits of Pain in Kashmir

Majid Maqbool spoke to Hina Aarif, a young artist from the valley who paints pictures of people […]
September 19, 2017

The Mud Men Of Mumbai

Omkar Pathak explores the potter community nestled in the heart of Mumbai Nestled in the heart of […]
September 19, 2017

Imagining Artists As Oracles

Take creative and life inspiration from iconic artists with cards that re-imagine iconic artists as Oracles “Good […]
September 14, 2017

Psychedelic Pop Art From Singapore

George Zhi Zao on Reza Hasni’s reinterpretation of popular culture through sacred geometry, religion and pop art […]
September 6, 2017

Unfolding The Saree

A zine that is designed to encourage a positive discourse on the traditional garment and the women […]
August 30, 2017

The Saptan Story: A crowd-sourced Art Project

This seven week long collaborative effort hosted by British Council India is trying to make art less […]
August 3, 2017

The Man Who Is Obsessed With Cameras

Aditya Arya has spent his life collecting and documenting the evolution of photo cameras, writes Suyashi Smridhi […]
July 19, 2017

The Vanishing Queens

Sukhman Dhillon explores the Tharu tribe and their fast eroding culture in the face of modernity The […]
July 11, 2017

Confronting Identity and Politics Through Art

This exhibition brings together the works of six artists who have witnessed conflict to express ‘quiet acts […]
June 7, 2017

The Theatrics of Protest: Petr Pavlensky

Where does one draw the line between art and self-harm? The actions of Pavlensky might seem extreme […]
June 4, 2017

Losing Identity On Delhi Streets

Pushkar Raj Sharma’s disarming street photographs of losing identity in midst of every day life Thirty-four-year-old, Pushkar […]
May 31, 2017

Syrian Artist Draws World Leaders As Refugees

Neha Pant on how artist Abdalla Omari is drawing attention to the refugee crisis in his war-torn […]
May 30, 2017

Ramazan in India

Suraaj Ajithakumar documents the paradox of abstinence and revelry during the month long period of fasting Every […]
May 30, 2017

A Unique Art Exhibition In the Woods

If you have time, head to Gunehar, Himachal Pradesh, this weekend for a charming art exhibition amidst […]
May 26, 2017

The Ceramic World of Mudita Bhandari

Rohini Kejriwal caught up with the artist ahead of her open air exhibition in Gunehar, Himachal Pradesh […]
May 16, 2017

Where The Flowers Still Grow

Bharat Sikka’s stunning collection of photographs from Kashmir In 2014 and 2015, after reading Mirza Waheed’s novel […]
May 8, 2017

The Nanda Devi Yatra In Photos

Mukesh Khugsal photographs the epic journey that is the Nanda Devi pilgrimage Over the years, The Nanda […]
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