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Why you should attend Serendipity Arts Festival?

It won’t be an exaggeration to say that Goa’s capital Panaji is a poor cousin of north and south Goa. She is ...
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Goa has immense potential to become the cultural capital of India: SK Munjal

Goa’s culture is certainly an important part of our showcase, but the festival is national and international in scope,” says ...
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The humble ‘charpai’ reimagined at Serendipity Arts Festival

Until a decade ago, charpai, the quintessential Indian cot or bed, was a ubiquitous object in many middle-class households, particularly ...
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ACF at Serendipity

A social commentary on ‘selfies’ & ‘walls’ at Serendipity

At the ongoing Serendipity Arts Festival 2018, artist Abhijit Pal’s installation ‘I Was There’ can aptly be described as a ...
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Three art events to mark the end of the year in style

We are already in the first week of December and are just a fortnight away to welcome the New Year ...
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India, France share rich cultural history

Jean-François Ramon describes India as “a society which is evolving very fast and every day”. The director of Alliance Française ...
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‘Buying art is elitist, but viewing isn’t’

Not many know that Noelle Kadar’s association with India has been incredibly long. Twelve years to be precise. She first ...
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Sahapedia celebrates World Heritage Week, with 29 curated walks

Sahapedia, an open-access, online encyclopaedia on Indian culture, heritage and arts, will hold a series of heritage walks across 16 ...
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A Ramachandran’s dreamy landscape of lotuses

“I didn’t think that I would do this in his lifetime,” says Manisha Gera Baswani with a slight sense of ...
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Order within chaos

Galerie Isa in Mumbai’s art district is hosting the first exhibition of Romanian artist, Radu Oreian in India. In his ...
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An artist’s expression of agony

Singapore-based artists of Japanese and Indian origins Sunaina Bhalla Sachio Sharma have come together to create a conceptual installation inspired ...
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A showcase of contemporary trends at Art NOW

The annual show Art NOW has become a permanent fixture in the itinerary of art lovers in the capital since ...
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Ana Lamata

Ana Lamata’s talk on art and technology

Visual art is synonymous with technology. Though many would disagree. But if one closely scrutinises the relationship between the two ...
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At the heart of Kochi-Muziris Biennale, a desire for liberation and comradeship

With less than 100 days to go for the opening of the fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, the Kochi ...
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Preeti Vasudevan Storiesby hands Baranova

The Park New Festival 2018 is back!

The Park New Festival 2018 is back with a slew of performances and talks to offer cerebral nourishment and engaging ...
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