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‘Licence to Laugh’ is an exhibition where art gets interactive through board games, puzzles and paintings with comic book elements Art need not always be pensive. Humour and satire can also be effective tools to make viewers engage with a piece of art. Hyderabad’s Shrishti Art Gallery’s annual show...

In Hyderabad’s Shrishti Art Gallery, a touch of humour and satire

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‘Licence to Laugh’ is an exhibition where art gets interactive through board games, puzzles and paintings with comic book elements Art need not always...

Indian digital artists are exploring the latest craze: Cryptoart

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A non-fungible token proves a digital work’s authenticity using blockchain technology, making it a hot commodity on the market A JPEG file went...

Putting Alappuzha on the global art map

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Behind the scenes at Lokame Tharavadu, the biggest festival of Malayali artists coming up in the land of houseboats and coir warehouses Shed...

Four young artists give colourful facelift to several walls in Hyderabad

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Four young artists are giving a colourful facelift to several walls in Hyderabad, forging a fresh path for their peers in the process ...

Meet Lakshmi KV, a Bengaluru artist who makes miniature ceramic products

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A faint scent of fresh earth lingers in the home of Lakshmi KV. “It is the smell of clay, the medium that I...

Pottery that’s inspired by Nature, shaped by hand

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Inside Manpreeth Singh Nishter’s zero waste studio in Hyderabad, artistic pottery takes centrestage  The interiors of Manpreeth Singh Nishter’s 1,000-square foot pottery studio belie...