Nidhin Kundathil and Manoj Pandey are using stickers and posters to create what they hope will be the largest repository of literature in public spaces
Drawing from her love for geology and audio stories, Anupama Chandrasekaran created ‘Desi Bones and Stones’ to tell the stories ‘that needed to be told’.
This year’s Chennai Photo Biennale is spread across the city, with many heritage sites providing layered historical contexts and compelling physical backdrops.
Exploring the story behind a motorcycle shrine in Jodhpur, discovering that it is more than just an eccentric oddity on a listicle.
A first person essay about how moving to India has undeniably made me the writer that I am today and which I could not have been had I lived anywhere else.
Dhara Mehrotra’s paintings and installations provide a glimpse into a universe that has existed for millions of years but only recently been understood.
An interview with Jodhpur-based activist, Dr. Kriti Bharti, who is dedicated to saving girls from child marriage in Rajasthan.
A first person account of pondering about the implications of changing my last name after marriage.
Built in 1850, spread over 16 acres and surrounded by 150 varieties of centuries-old trees, Balabrooie is a quiet, green island of history in Bangalore's rapidly urbanising chaos. Lying in a corner of town, across the city’s historic Golf Club, the colonial mansion has been a witness to the city's glorious history and home to many of the men who shaped Bangalore.
Yet, its elegant, serene appearance and notable history belies its reputation as being a jinxed building!
A physicist unlocking the mysteries of cell structures shares her findings and her scientific journey
Speaking to the owner of the world's oldest doll hospital in Lisbon, Portugal and uncovering the stories behind this fantastical and surreal space
An interview with Canadian-Indian illustrator and artist about how she marries activism and aesthetics in her art.
We are dedicating two weeks to storytelling in the United Arab Emirates, with featured interviews with writers and storytellers/sharers and an overview of interesting events and people telling stories about Dubai, Abu Dhabi, the region and the world. The second part of our series is a conversation with Sara bin Safwan, founder and curator of Banat Collective, a space encouraging conversation and collaboration between women artists in the region.
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Hassan Hajjaj and 81 Designs collaborated for a unique project. His works were recreated by Palestinian women refugees in traditional tatreez embroidery
Historically speaking, embroidery has always been perceived to belong to the domain of women and femininity along with darning and sewing which is considered to be synonymous with domesticity. A time-consuming, meticulous art producing intricate renditions, contemporary women artists such as Tracy Emin, Ana Tereza Barboza and Kirstie MacLeod ...