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An exhibition of French artist Servières’s work on the City of Joy

An exhibition of French artist Servières’s work on the City of Joy

May 1, 2019

The ongoing exhibition “Ballade Au Crayon Noir: Where Heritage Meets Life” by French artist Jacques Servières celebrates heritage of Calcutta and French colonial Chandernagore through his sketches.

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The history of Air India’s priceless collection of art

The history of Air India’s priceless collection of art

July 23, 2018

The Air India collection is not just a 100 pieces of the finest artists’ paintings. There is of course oil on canvas and acrylic on canvas, but the story doesn’t end there

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Nine graphic designs of 2016 in vogue

Nine graphic designs of 2016 in vogue

December 22, 2016

In the graphic design world, trends come and go; they spring up, some remain for long, while others are more of blink-and-you-miss. Trend spotting is fun, and also a great way to inject your work with better ideas. As the year nears its end, we have listed some of the trendiest d...

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Confluence of technology and art

Confluence of technology and art

September 20, 2016

Technology is reshaping art. Around the world, artists are increasingly turning to new technologies to create better. These innovations can also prove to be persuasive and powerful tools for businesses to grow.

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Guffaw versus Giggle: Women in India’s Funny Business

Guffaw versus Giggle: Women in India’s Funny Business

September 17, 2016

India’s comedy heritage is one that can be celebrated with as much ease as its tradition of music, dance, films, art and architecture. Right from Akbar’s court jester, Birbal to the modern greats like Mehmood, Kishore Kumar, Mukhri, Keshto Mukherjee, Johnny Walker, Johnny Le...

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