Category Archives: Stylesheet

Keralas museum movement to focus on revolutionary concepts to attract people | Hindustan Times

Keen on becoming the country’s museum hub, Kerala is on the course of unveiling heritage repositories that chart a thematic narrative of global appeal and function as interactive spaces attracting the youth. Read More

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Tarun Tahiliani

Founded in 1995, the Tarun Tahiliani Design Studio juxtaposes modern sartorial prowess and the intricacies of Indian technique with skill. These richly detailed, structured drapes are crafted to lend an edge to Tahiliani’s modern, Indian woman. (Source Tarun Tahiliani website) Eka is advising Tarun Tahiliani to set up an Archive for the design house. For […]

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Deepthi reminisces about Lad Bazaar to the New York Times

This Indian city’s Laad Bazaar has been selling handmade lacquer jewelry for generations. It’s where brides shop Read More

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Bengaluru gets a museum of note

The marble-clad lobby of Prestige Falcon screams affluence. It is the perfect setting for Rezwan Razack Museum of Paper Money, which claims to be the first of its kind in South India. Razack, Joint MD of the Prestige Group, the property development company, has diligently collected banknotes for about 50 years and is among the […]

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Metal jamdani and ceramic installations at Serendipity Arts Festival 2019

Bappaditya Biswas turns jamdani into art while Kristine Michael focusses on design interventions between artists and craft communities Read More

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Feroze Gujral: India’s very own Peggy Guggenheim?

Is it possible to live many lives in one lifetime? Feroze Gujral, philanthropist, art patron and co-founder and director of the esteemed non-profit Gujral Foundation, has proven it is. https://www.thenational.ae/arts-culture/art/feroze-gujral-india-s-very-own-peggy-guggenheim-1.846960

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Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

CLIENT: Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, New Delhi February 2019 – Ongoing Established by the prolific art collector Kiran Nadar, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) is India’s first private museum of art exhibiting modern and contemporary works from India and the sub-continent. The KNMA as a non-commercial, not-for-profit organization intends to exemplify the […]

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RAJA DEEN DAYAL
THE STUDIO ARCHIVES FROM THE IGNCA COLLECTION

This book was an accompaniment to the exhibition ‘Raja Deen Dayal: The Studio Archives from the IGNCA Collection’ in November 2010. The exhibition showcased the photographic material and studio artefacts from the Studio Archives of the renowned photographer Raja Deen Dayal, that was acquired by the Cultural Archives of IGNCA. Curated by Jyotindra Jain and […]

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Do not miss the philately exhibition titled ‘Property of a Gentleman, Stamps from the Nizam of Hyderabad’s Dominion’, if you happen to be in Delhi between March 9 and 24

At a time when the electronic medium has relegated the postal system to the back benches, when youngsters wonder about the utility of postage stamps, the philatelic exhibition titled ‘Property of a Gentleman, Stamps from the Nizam of Hyderabad’s Dominion’, organised at the Bikaner House in New Delhi between March 9 and 24, is a […]

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Ankita Chugh

Ankita has a graduate degree in History from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, as well as a Masters in History, with a specialisation in Modern Indian History, from University of Delhi and a Masters in the History and Culture of Fashion from London College of Fashion, University of the Arts, London. Ankita has an […]

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Moushumi Chatterji

Moushumi brings with her more than 10 years of experience in the field of museography, heritage management and community linked cultural and natural environment based sustainable development programmes. She has worked with leading museum institutions like the National Museum (New Delhi) and Indian Army Regimental Museums, consulted with the World Bank on alternative livelihood programmes, […]

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Jerrin George

Jerrin has a Master’s degree in Architectural Conservation from the University of Edinburgh. She has worked on several architectural projects, with both commercial and historic buildings, in India, Scotland and Oman. Her interest lies in the interaction between the existing historic fabric and new introductions in the urban context. She also has a keen interest […]

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Magnificent Jaipur

Art Collector Rajeev Rawat shares images on LiveHistoryChannel to take us back in time to Jaipur, the ‘City of Victory’. https://www.livehistoryindia.com/photo-essays/2017/06/29/magnificent-jaipur

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A peek into a legend’s life

Celebrating the 90th birthday of the legendary artist Satish Gujral in a monumental new show at the IGNCA, New Delhi. Curated by Pramod Kumar KG http://ekaresources.com/2016/01/21/a-peek-into-a-legends-life/

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Long Exposure The Camera at Udaipur, 1857-1957

Book launch on the occasion of International Museum Day

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Opening of The Royal Guard Gallery

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At Jaigarh Fort Complex, Jaipur, India

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The Aesthetics Project

Three day festival for Art, History and Aesthetics ends with much appreciation.

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Renovation of Gallery 1 at Jaigarh Fort

CLIENT: JAIGARH PUBLIC CHARITABLE TRUST JUNE 2013 – ONGOING Jaigarh is one of the most important forts of Rajasthan situated on the Aravalli ranges overlooking the Amer Fort and Maota Lake. Different sections of the museum are located across the three Km spread of the fort. The main galleries of the museum are the Armoury […]

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