Painting Portraits of Pain in Kashmir

Majid Maqbool spoke to Hina Aarif, a young artist from the valley who paints pictures of people caught in the violence of the Kashmir conflict Since her childhood, 24-year-old Hina Aarif, a resident of Buchpor... Read More...

The Mud Men Of Mumbai

Omkar Pathak explores the potter community nestled in the heart of Mumbai Nestled in the heart of Mumbai is Dharavi, the third largest slum in the world. With a staggering population of around a million people... Read More...

Imagining Artists As Oracles

Take creative and life inspiration from iconic artists with cards that re-imagine iconic artists as Oracles "Good work can come from bad habits," says Basquiat ,while Warhol lets in on the secret, "Eat dessert... Read More...

Psychedelic Pop Art From Singapore

George Zhi Zao on Reza Hasni's reinterpretation of popular culture through sacred geometry, religion and pop art Reza Hasni is an illustrator and motion graphics artist from Singapore who creates colorful ... Read More...

The Problem With Kashmir

Daanish Bin Nabi on why the valley is a ticking time bomb that might explode any second Since the killing of Hizb-ul-Mujahiddin commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani on July 08, 2016, the bloodshed has continued unab... Read More...

The Museum of Broken Relationships

It is a space which encourages people from all over the world to donate objects that are reminders of their heartbreak   Closure is important especially when it comes to relationships. Where does lost ... Read More...

Jhandewalan: The Flag Makers

Srishti Bhardwaj captures the flag makers and the spirit of commerce in this season of patriotism As India celebrates its 70th year of independence, the markets are filled with the national flag for sale. This... Read More...

Documenting A Lost Craft From Lucknow

Taha Ahmad’s photographs of the life of artisans behind the fast eroding art of mukaish badla Lucknow, the erstwhile cradle of art and literature in Northern India has a lot to offer and documentary photogra... Read More...

The Man Who Is Obsessed With Cameras

Aditya Arya has spent his life collecting and documenting the evolution of photo cameras, writes Suyashi Smridhi When people bring down forgotten dusty albums tucked away in a corner, they realise how importan... Read More...

What makes a selfie “good”?

Lessons from Japanese artist Izumi Miyazaki No camera angle magic, no flawless porcelain-like skin, and not even a hint of a smile – the selfies that Izumi Miyazaki takes often shows her looking unflatteringly... Read More...