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A stroke in time

A group of 35 artists has come together for an annual series that depicts contemporary art in the country “It’s a bonanza for all art…

Pulsating Paharganj

Narrow alleys, crammed shops, horns and bullock carts, a walk in the bustling area is a baffling experience but this is what colonials and foreigners…

EVENTS OF THE WEEK

Best of cinema What: For all the cinephiles in the city, here’s some of the best of the Dharamshala International Film Festival. Held once a…

A festival of realities

The 18th edition of the Open Frame Film Festival is back with a stellar line-up of documentaries and film discussions In Shahbad Dairy, on the…

Seeing the unseen

This exhibition has captured the struggles of people living on the fringes of society with photographs so powerful you will feel connected with their reality…

Poor makers, rich buyers

Weavers are facing marketing and financial problems. Ironically, hand-woven textiles continue to be the prerogative of the elite despite initiatives to make it a product…

Rooftop gigs

Live music gigs held on the terraces of North Campus apartments are a new form of entertainment for small, select audiences Imagine listening to acoustic…

RHYTHM DIVINE

Delhi is not just dancing to Indian tunes anymore, it’s dancing to them all. Contemporary dance studios in every neighbourhood are helping them have the…

Re-imagining the past

Bakula Nayak transforms forgotten remnants of past into art and gives them a new life in her exhibition ‘Intimate Strangers’ Bakula Nayak describes herself as…