“In the Presence of Another Sky”: six decades of India’s Sakti Burman – artist profile


In collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, Government of India and supported by Art Musings, Sakti Burman’s exhibition showcases the illustrious Indian painter’s body of work.

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Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi’s first retrospective in China at Power Station of Art, Shanghai


The exhibition celebrates the architect’s career of over six decades and highlights the experience of architecture as habitat.

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14 Parsi artists dialogue in Delhi – in pictures


Art Radar presents profiles of a selection from 14 artists on display in “No Parsi is an Island”, at the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi until 29 May 2016.

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Contemporary art in… Delhi: Art Radar guide


Art Radar’s city guides series continues with tips and suggestions on what to visit for contemporary art and culture in India’s capital, New Delhi.

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Tate to work with Indian culture ministry on art initiatives


The Indian Ministry of Culture and UK’s Tate signed an agreement on 6 February 2014 in a bid to collaborate on projects and initiatives related to the modern and contemporary art of both countries.

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Role of the curator in maturing Indian art scene – interview Vidya Shivadas


Guest writer Rajesh Punj interviews Vidya Shivadas, Researcher at the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art and an important figure in the Indian art scene.

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Early critic response favours Anish Kapoor India show


Of Anish Kapoor’s Delhi-Mumbai show, which opened in November this year, we could have expected nothing short of praiseworthy. The artist, however, seemed humbled: “A return is always going to be difficult – quite frightening, actually.” Although his installations and sculptures can be found literally around the globe, it is his first time to showcase his pieces in his native India. Below, we offer an explanation of the roots of this retrospective and round up some of the early responses from critics.

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India Art Summit August 2008 is India's first contemporary art fair


    INDIA ART FAIR India is hosting its first art fair of modern and contemporary art called “India Art Summit”. It will be held from the 22nd to the 24th of August 2008, at Pragati Maidan (ITPO) New Delhi. … Continue reading