A childlike curiosity and a rare urge to get closer to his ‘multiple identities’ defined Dashrath Patel’s explorations in art. Yet an amnesic nation chooses not to remember independent India’s first multi-media artist and design educator.
Shanta, a sharp and witty critic, spotted the core concerns in the art and performance scene, and wrote about the issues of preserving and propagating dance and music forms.
Gati’s Ignite! Festival of Contemporary Dance 2016 (October 9-16), finds the perfect home in the Odd Bird Theatre, a unique space created out of a forgotten corner of an urban village in Delhi. New Delhi: Surrounded by the semi-urban chaos of Chhatarpur village in Delhi, sits a rice […]
On the ninth anniversary of Chandralekha’s passing, marked by a photo exhibition in Chennai on her life’s work, a remembrance of her singular presence – integrating work, play and life into a single whole; and emphasising the centrality of the feminine principle in dance.