Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in “Art and Culture”

Dasvidaniya Russia

Moscow’s red square street remained the world’s nerve centre as the curtain came down on the month-long tournament last week Moscow: Thousands thronged the iconic…

Art of attachment

Shenpa, a dance theatre production, explores the Buddhist concept of attachment and tries to analyse how and why we get hooked to something Shenpa, the…

EVENTS OF THE WEEK

Captivating verses What: To all the artists in the capital, join in for an afternoon of poetry reading and appreciation. Organised by Verse of Silence,…

How much is too much?

WHO has classified ‘internet gaming disorder’ as a mental health condition. Watch out for the tipping point when a leisure activity turns into an addiction…

Spiritual dancer

A political scientist by training, Gilles Chuyen settled in Delhi 24 years ago in pursuit of his passion – dance. It soon became the ‘medium’…

Structural sensibilities

The exhibition ‘Death of Architecture’ raises provocative questions on changing urbanscapes and calls on citizens to demand better cities Can architecture die? Or is it…

The six-yard saga

An exhibition that gives a glimpse of prints and patterns of vintage handloom textiles Four decades back, Pavithra Muddaya and her mother started reviving antique…

Dolls, drama and dreams

Music, fashion, theatre, painting, academics. Mauraya Sharma has mastered it all. Meet the 14-year-old child prodigy as he forays into the world of public performance…

When in Russia…

MOSCOW: The outside world still portray the Russians as serious and brooding types, but there’s a smile on their faces as they embrace the world…