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Best of Ecuador What: Believing that military experience will make him stronger and respectable, Jorge, a young Ecuadorian, joins the armed forces in the midst…

Aryans in our midst

In a Valley in Ladakh live a few thousand tribals, believed to be the last ‘pure’ specimens of their race. An exhibition brings their rich…

Getting personal

Portraiture as an art has moved out of the drawing rooms of the privileged and been subverted to depict ordinary people in realistic frames Have…

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Spiritual connect What: An abstract expressionist who discovers herself through her work, artist Dilraj Kaur paints her emotions on the canvas with childlike playfulness, while…

Urban angst

Exploring the city and its relationship with its people, these artworks by young talents are a reflection of the sense of imbalance and claustrophobia in…

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Tap to the rhythm What: To celebrate World Dance Day, here is the 15th edition of the festival, organised by Natya Vriksha. It will be…

Capturing the lost

A striking fusion of over 100 ingenious works of the folk and tribal community, showcasing several contemporary as well as lost art forms, are on…

Imprints of passion

Patriot visits a block print unit to get an insight into the life of a craftsman who has dedicated his life to the traditional art…

Of undying relevance

An exhibition that highlights the relevance of Anne Frank and the contribution that her account made in shaping the understanding of Nazi history Right before…

Brevity and wit

A festival that will stage 40 micro-dramas of 10 minutes each is sure to be a treat for those who find it hard to sit…