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And the year starts again with lots more interesting stories, impressive talent and inspiring profiles. Keeping with our momentum, we present to you a brand new Arts Special, and this time we focus on noteworthy festivals of the year. In our Cover Story, performance artist Nikhil Chopra shares how his experiences and travels inform his brilliant practice. Retrospective interacts with the fourth curator of India’s largest biennale, the Kochi Biennale. Artist, Curator, Writer, Anita Dube takes us on her journey from being an accidental artist to being the first woman curator of the biennale. She shares her vision and her curatorial process for Kochi 2018. Listed sees three very important photo festivals—the Delhi Photo Festival, Photo Kathmandu and Chobi Mela, Dhaka. We also interact with the founders and curator of India’s first Sculpture Park in Jaipur. Peter Nagy, Aparajita Jain and Shreyasi Goenka share with us the inspiration behind the park and notes from their inaugural show. Moving away from the Art world, we have a detailed conversation with the inimitable Nandita Das who captivates us with her next big film, Manto. The industrious, world-famous rapper Wiz Khalifa talks about his sensibility, his musical calling and his new album, Rolling Papers 2. And lastly photographer Soham Gupta captures dark and captivating images for our fashion story. Each image, haunting as the other, shares a silent tale. On that note it’s a wrap for our Arts Special. Hope you enjoy our first issue of the year—we look foward to bringing you lots more refreshing content, intriguing visual stories and noteworthy profiles that will interest and inspire you...

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