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The man who sold Nirav Modi's art
Dinesh Vazirani on how he built Saffronart into an institution.
At last! A museum of Indian Cinema
Historically, Mumbai has been the cinema capital of India and for her to have a film museum of this kind was perhaps...
Row erupts over 'anti-Hindu' paintings at expo, college apologises
The Bharatiya Janata Party and other right-wing outfits had strongly objected to the paintings which had portrayed...
Sotheby's India debut gets lukewarm response
The auction was watched closely as it comes at a time when other major names like Christie's have pulled out of India.
Nirav Modi's paintings auctioned for Rs 59.37 crore
As many as 68 artworks went under the hammer on Tuesday evening and included works by the greats like Raja Ravi...
Want a career in animation? Read this!
'I can snap my fingers and get 1,000 people overnight, but I can't guarantee that they will develop because there has...
Mrinal Sen: 'I wish I could start from scratch'
'How do you expect me to tone down my anger when the most prominent culture in India today is the culture of...
Silk yarns: Let the Baluchari bewitch you!
The sari is woven faced down, with a mirror placed on the ground to keep track of the progress and accuracy of design
Kerala and Tamil Nadu are quiet champions of India
'There is a degree of civility, efficiency, cleanliness and cultural ease here that has all but vanished in the...
Why you must visit the Kochi-Muziris Biennale!
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale has put Kerala on the art tourism circuit, says Kishore Singh.
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