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Being Indian and gay 

Spanning five decades, Sunil Gupta’s works exploring sexuality, representation, and cultural differences seek an answer to the question of what it means to be a gay Indian man Subversive, impulsive,…

Spectrums of art 

Bringing together the works of two diverse artists, Chitra Ganesh and Manjunath Kamath, Gallery Espace is hosting a unique online exhibition on Art In Touch  Two artists with very different…

A fine balance

Latitude 28’s exhibition ‘When is Empathy too much’  reflects on the implications of the increasing reliance of the people on their virtual presence, spurred on by the pandemic The one…

Events of the week

Reopening doors What: After a very long wait, Triveni Kala Sangam has finally reopened its galleries with an additional viewing platform of online ‘Virtual Walk Through with 360* view’ tour…

Events of the week

Drawing scars What: ‘The wound is the place where the light enters you’ – these words by Rumi, which informs the title, capture the dilemma of our times when malady…

Raphael Sanzio’s legacy

Commemorating Raphael on his 500th death anniversary, India International Centre is hosting an online exhibition of his works Master painter and architect of Italian High Renaissance, Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520) is…

Events of the week

Capturing Gandhi What: A rare and intimate archive of photographs of one of history’s most public figures – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi — captured by Kanu Gandhi, can be viewed online.…

Where things have a life

Turning the lockdown into an opportunity, Tanmoy Samanta gave new life to everyday objects through his art Chair, comb, telephone, sewing machine – the most mundane domestic things lying around…

Tightrope walker

Russian artist Ekaterina Abramova’s art, inspired by her stay in India, will be on display at an exhibition titled ‘Windows’ in Varanasi. she depicts themes like mythology, occult, tantra and…