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When art transcends human creativity

From India and the World, a gallery tour of masterpieces on 200-year-old freedom struggles

New art exhibition in Delhi introduces rare genre of colour field painting to art lovers

Interwoven narratives of Indian and Thai textiles

Insight –
India: Censors under fire (Freemuse.org)


Book reviews –
How a travelogue uses familiar cinema and books to remember cities (The Quint)

(for Reuters):

Barkha Dutt on India’s ‘fault lines’ and personal reinvention

Being gay and ‘No One Else’ in India and the USA

Revisiting Bangladesh, 43 years after the independence war

Guns, war and a dove – Sri Lanka looks for a new life

Mahabharata retold, with a twist from writer Kiran Nagarkar

Book Talk – Ten years on, Chetan Bhagat says better prepared to face critics

Book Talk – Navtej Sarna on India’s Jerusalem connection

Book Talk: Rana Dasgupta on a ‘vastly under-imagined Delhi’

Reema Abbasi and a glimpse of Pakistan’s Hindu past


Stories on art, photography and architecture (Reuters) –

Baby steps for India art market, best yet to come

Imaging Sri Lanka’s colonial past

Photographer Prabuddha Dasgupta’s homecoming

Glimpses of Indian Buddhist art

Photo Gallery – National Museum revives antique jewellery exhibition

Photo Gallery – Impressions from the India Art Fair

The body as an art form in India

Inside is everything in Subodh Gupta show

A walk through the India Art Fair 2014

Delhi Art Gallery’s nude portrait exhibition draws protesters

Photo gallery: A walk through Mayawati’s Dalit Park


Articles on music (Reuters) –

Shamshad Begum: A tribute to a voice long gone

Remembering Reshma, Pakistan’s ‘first lady’ of folk music 


Theatre review (Reuters) –

Reliving ‘Aruna’s Story’ – on stage


(photo caption: Installation of Aboriginal Art from National Gallery of Australia, on view at Delhi’s National Gallery of Australia)

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