Category Archives: Published

The Jewellery Chasers

SHALINI SHARMA talks to art historians Dr Usha Balakrishnan and Deepthi Sasidharan about their new book Jewels of the Nizams that took eight years to publish. Their methodical hunt through museums and private collections around the world allowed the jewels and its owners to tell their own fascinating stories.

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How to hoard

Attend a discussion that aims to decode the pattern of collecting art in India from the 1940s through the 1960s.

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We Don’t Know How to Use Our Archives

For a nation obsessed with history, the vast Indian archives that tell us about our grand patrimony are given remarkable short shrift. From palm leaf manuscripts to contemporary ephemera, the vaults, stores and shelves of our institutes are richly populated with nuggets from our past.

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Posing for Posterity: Royal Indian Portraits

Announcing the publication of Pramod Kumar KG’s (Managing Director, Eka) title on royal Indian photo-portraiture.

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Pramod reviews Dayanita Singh’s latest book

Pramod reviews Dayanita Singh’s latest title “House of Love” for India Today.

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Pramod’s recent article in Context

Pramod’s latest essay in the special Museum Issue of Context: Journal of the Development and Research Organisation for Nature, Arts and Heritage, Vol VIII, Issue 2 Autumn/Winter 2011.

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Mrinalini’s latest article in Context

Mrinalini’s recently published essay in the special Museum Issue of Context: Journal of the Development and Research Organisation for Nature, Arts and Heritage, Vol VIII, Issue 2 Autumn/Winter 2011.

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I Work the Body Electric

Pramod Kumar reviews ‘Women Changing India’ for the latest Tehelka Magazine.

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‘Monuments of India’ by Mrinalini Venkateswaran

A review of the work by Scholastic Books which appeared in Conservation South Asia, Newsletter, Vol.2/No.2, May-August 2010

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