London Design Biennale: India and Pakistan reveal their ‘Emotional States’
Saffronart: "We don't see it as competition- we view it as all of us building the Indian art market together"
The second London Design Biennale kicked off this week at Somerset House, the neoclassical riverside arts centre in the British capital, with 40 territories and institutions presenting artistic installations and exhibitions in response to this year's theme. We asked the curators of the India and Pakistan pavilions how they interpreted the brief
‘Both space and time are produced by us’ – an exhibition in Jaipur considers the work of Charles Correa through installations that propose new ways of living
Clove met with Abha Housego, international vice president of the leading Indian auction house, in the run-up to its 200th auction and the arrival of Sotheby’s in the Indian market.
BV Doshi is the first Indian to win the prestigious Pritzker prize, architecture's highest global honour
This exhibition asks an unsettling question – “When is Space?” –and invites 27 contemporary artists, architects, designers, urbanists, and institutions to respond with large-scale interventions. One of the curators, Rupali Gupte, told us more
Around India with a Movie Camera: “There’s some pretty offensive stuff in the film – the general tone was of condescension”
“Life celebrates when lifestyle and architecture fuse,” says 90-year-old, as he joins Zaha Hadid, Oscar Niemeyer and Frank Gehry in receiving the field's equivalent of the Nobel prize
Ayurvedic Man: Ancient understandings of medicine
Director Sandhya Suri sifted through hundreds of recently digitised films in the British Film Institute’s national archives, to paint a complex picture of the last days of colonial rule in India
Restored Royal Opera House in Mumbai wins Unesco award
An exhibition at London’s Wellcome Collection explores this ancient Indian medical practice, and reveals how so many aspects of it came to be absorbed by the West
Modernism on the Ganges: Raghubir Singh at The Met Breuer
101-year-old building was filled with music again last month after more than two decades of silence
A retrospective by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art of the pioneering Indian photographer aims to situate his work at the intersection of Western modernism and traditional South Asian modes of picturing the world