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Latest Articles in Arts

Remembering The Real Nation Builders Of Modern India

This Independence day, Tata Tiscon decided to pay homage to the real builders of the nation through an exhibition of portraits of nation builders

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A Pedestal For Street Art

In India, street art is treated as graffiti rather than as a respectable art form. Artists like Avantika Mathur are helping change the perception

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Bringing Democracy To Art

Crowdfunding will not only allow art lovers to own a 'part' of the painting but could also boost india's art market

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When Paper Triumphs

Works on paper that usually got lower recognition than oil on canvas has seen a sudden spurt in interest in the art market

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Shrujan: Nurturing The Age Old Crafts of Kutchi People

The age old crafts of Kutchi people, who have migrated from Central Asia and other parts of Asia, still live today thanks to Shrujan and Living and Learning Design Center

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Art Compass Points East

Santiniketan and the Bengal school of art are back with a vengeance

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Up Close And Personal: Sidharth & Madhushree Birla’s Love Affair With The Wild

The photo exhibition by Birla's showcased the wild life amongst the endless plains of Tanzania

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Delhi High Court Seeks Report On Steps Taken For Digitisation Of Art Objects

​A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar gave the direction to the Ministry of Culture on a petition alleging that several Indian antiquities had gone missing and valuable manuscripts lost from the National Museum

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Women Artists And Their Climb To The Upper Rung

Contemporary Indian art hasn't fallen into the gender trap and is unbiased towards women

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Art: The Best Of Both Worlds

From Souza to Raza, many famous Indian artists lived and worked abroad, but continued to sell their wares in India

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Art Sans Borders

Art connoisseurs and collectors will be in for a surprise if they look beyond their fences

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Art In The Time Of Few Takers

Paresh Maity & Milburn Cherian are the ignition required to re-energise and rejuvenate Indian art

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The Mighty Maity Of Indian Art

Maity's meteoric rise has been in the making for quite many years now. But he actually shot to fame with his 850 feet long mural at the T3 terminal of the Delhi airport

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Art: More Than Just Artistic Appeal

ROI from art as an asset class requires patience. And an eye for beauty, howsoever personal it may be. If you pick right, a good artwork will give you handsome returns while peacefully hanging on your walls

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For The Love Of Art

The Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa brought together different art forms, music, dance and theatre performance under one roof

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