Colombian-born installation artist Pedro Gómez-Egaña’s art refers to historical and cultural intersections between technology and temporality, while presenting the powerful and uncanny character of structures and machines.
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Wall Of Fame
Street artist Ranjit Dahiya tells Runa Ashish how he combined a love of art and Bollywood into a mission to celebrate Mumbai as the home of Indian cinema by creating murals based on classic films and stars.
Tryst With Traditional Woodcrafts
The legendary carpenters from Haryana’s Khati community transformed basic material into highly decorative, aesthetic and outranking pieces of art.
The Golden Couple
Individually, each is a force to be reckoned with. Together, Arpita and Paramjit singh are one of the most-celebrated art couples in the country.
Strings Of Melody
Veena virtuoso Ananthapadmanabhan and his art are a testimony to the grand musical heritage of India, values, principles and charm of an era gone by.
The traditional art form of puppetry, or Kathputli naach, is making a comeback in Bengal, thanks to the artists adopting modern means to infuse a new life into the age-old art.
Once she realised that the dance form blended well with traditional Kerala murals, Mohiniattam dancer Kalamandalam Bindhulekha was quick to discover her fancy for the medium.
Message Packs The Punch
Women sculptors might be less in number but their message is chillingly attention-drawing and depicts the real life environment as they force us to look within and suffer pangs of guilt.
An archaeological treasure, the naturally carved rocks with primitive cave paintings dating back to approximately 30,000 years make Bhimbetka an awe-inspiring history tale told entirely in pictures.
Building A Legacy Of Great Art
The prolific Devi Prosad Roy Chowdhury enriched various areas of art through his paintings, sculptures and writings and his excellent draughtsmanship will forever remain a great example for the new generations of sculptors.
Behind The Mask
A small Bengal village caters to the need for the spectacularly large masks involved in the Chhau folk dance form, but the assault of modernity has made its future uncertain, says Jimmy Arora
Kingpins and wannabes barrel through the London underworld.
Back on the Road
We all know travel can be a pain, but when it hits below the belt you need to know there’s something you can do about it
Francesco Paoli lifts the lid on the symphonic death metal masters’ most vicious and vivacious cycle of songs thus far
CHICKEN COME HOME TO ROOST
Quarantine ignites a need for eggs and a home for feathered friends.
FIRE AT FRENCH CLOUD COMPUTING FIRM DISRUPTS WEBSITES
Numerous companies and websites in France suffered outages and disruptions to services after a fire swept through a cloud computing provider’s facility.
HOW NATUROPATHIC DOCTORS TREAT TOXIN EXPOSURE
IF YOU’RE THINKING ABOUT STARTING A DETOX REGIMEN, IT PAYS TO CONSULT AN EXPERT FIRST.
GET YOUR FRONT ROW SEAT TO VIRTUAL FASHION SHOWS
It’s hard to remember now, but it was during the fall ready-to-wear shows last February that the fashion world first became aware of the coronavirus, even before it had been declared a global pandemic.
GHISLAINE CUTS TIES TO BUST OUT OF JAIL
DESPERATE Ghislaine Maxwell has offered to renounce her British and French citizenships in a new bid to get out of jail!
AMAZON OPENS FIRST UK CHECKOUT-FREE GROCERY STORE IN LONDON
Amazon has opened a cashier-free supermarket in London, its first bricks and mortar expansion outside the U.S. as the company bets on strong demand for its contactless shops.
Extremely Online and Wildly Out of Control
Patricia Lockwood’s debut novel explores the mind, and heart, of an internet-addled protagonist.