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...

Art For Cleanliness

Bothered by public walls and how they are treated, artist Prasoon Poddar turns his art into projects of self-reflection for the public, writes Alice Sharma Does dirt bother you? Does it bother you enough to ma... Read More...

Thukral and Tagra In Art Dubai 2017

They will attempt to tell the history of civilisation, politics and entertainment through the story of bread One of our favourite art duos, Thukral & Tagra, are showcasing at the 11th edition of Art Dubai,... Read More...

Before Crashing To Earth

Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Mansi Trivedi’s latest exhibition takes you back to the organic beauty of nature that is often overlooked in the everyday grind of urban living Artist, Mansi Trivedi, has been dw... Read More...

The Kathputli Colony Myth

Sonali Verma and photographer Dipnendu Choudhury explore the famed alleys of the Kathputli Colony in New Delhi, only to realise that the magic of its name is long dead and now part of folklore. It is home to l... Read More...

Band Pick—Hoirong

Their irreverence for publicity reflects in their interviews and the only thing they take seriously perhaps, is their music. sbcltr speaks to the punk band on the release of their new album, Mwah. Hoirong ha... Read More...

Art that Liberates

sbcltr speaks to Nimisha Bhanot. The artist behind the Badass Indian Pinups series Cheeky pictures that show Indian women as they ought to be--confident, sexually liberated and in-charge of themselves have b... Read More...