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Culture cannot be a punishment posting

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Pramod Kumar K.G. talks about the tragedy of Indian museums and what can make a change.

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Watching Them Turn Off the Rothkos

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The Rothkos are the series of murals that Mark Rothko painted, presently displayed at the Harvard Art’s Museum.

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Groundbreaking innovation for Archaeologist’s

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Portable carbon-dating device to revolutionise field archaeology.

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Retrospective on Ramkinkar Baij

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Exhibition

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In Malik Ayaz’s Dreams

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A marvelous account of the early firangis who turned Indian is a salad of identities and a mirror of Indianness.

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Egyptian Museum to launch new conservation database

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Museum staff to document each change.

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Barbican Centre in London puts artists’ personal collections on show

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Major exhibition in the UK of the personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists.

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Deepshika Kalsi

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Deepshikha Kalsi is a qualified materials conservator who has worked with institutional and individual clients for over a decade to tailor conservation solutions to their needs. Her engagements include several years with the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) where she was involved with inspecting and documenting collections as well as planning and […]

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Read Between the Lines

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Design interventions.

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Manjusha Museum

Client: Manjusha Museum, Dharamasthala, Karnataka March 2014 – Ongoing Manjusha Museum is situated in the holy town of “Dharmasthala” in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka state, India. It houses a vast collection of rare objects, antiques, paintings, artifacts, temple chariots, vintage and classic cars. These were collected from temples across Karnataka. It is located to the south of the famous Lord Manjunatha temple. Our role […]

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Name Dropping

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India’s foremost contemporary art prize takes a break

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The first world war and the colour of memory

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Eurocentric views of the conflict ignore the millions of people from across the globe who fought on the same side.

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An Indian Sculptor With Monumental Ambition

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Ram V. Sutar is a leading contender for the commission to produce the world’s largest statue.

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The Royal Childhood exhibition

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British royal childhood memories go on show.

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Art Matters: The Passionate Eye

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The exhibition, titled ‘A Passionate Eye’ featured on NDTV 24×7

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