Archive for March, 2010

I was charmed by the simplicity of her pieces. Suman Mishra captures the first signs of spring in her new collection. Mishra says that her creations are not ethnic, but often inspired by traditional silhouettes and motifs. She lives next to the Delhi Ridge forest and explorations of the forest (with her two dogs in […]


“This book by Rupika Chawla is an account of Ravi Varma‚Äôs traditional background and environment in the context of colonial India, and the relationship of this milieu with his profession as an aristocratic itinerant painter. This lavishly illustrated book brings together paintings from royal and private collections and museums, and works that have never been […]


History is reconstructed by what is left behind – the notes, drawings, pictures and artifacts that tell the tale of a time gone by. The objects by themselves are like museum pieces that provoke interest but it’s only when the stories behind their being are shared that they turn magical. Through the Indian Memory Project, […]


Priya Kishore says “Found objects, precious gems and flouro baubles by India’s underground jewelers Meenakshi Dash, Martinaa New and Fanny Boucher make their first debut in an Indian store from 2nd-6th March, 2010. The exhibition, entitled UNDERGROUND JEWELS features directional, fashion forward pieces for the elegant intelligentsia, disco aunties, and wild at heart.” > 2nd-6th […]