Fantastical creatures have been featured on canvas for centuries.
In Photos | Male Self-Image Over the Years
The exhibition 'Masculinities: Liberation through Photography', showing at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, explores male self-image in a globally connected era where gender standards are constantly changing.
I’m an Artist, and I’m Not Free
A young artist on feeling stifled by stringent frameworks of gender, nation and 'respectable' art.
‘Lockdown Reminiscent of 1971 War’: Meghwal, Rangrez Artisans of Thar
Shibori artisans and Rangrezi tie-dye craftsmen, who share a working relationship that has lasted decades, have been severely affected by the fallout of the pandemic.
Illustrated | Farmers Rage Against the Government Machine
A series of artworks depicting the anger of the farmers as their fight against the three contentious farms Bills continues unabated.
My Art Doesn’t Smile
A poem on the culture of forced positivity in an artist's work, and how it is often similar to the ways women are expected to 'behave'.
In Photos | The Reopening of Dilli Haat
The usually bustling tourism spot lies largely empty with rows of abandoned shops and masked mannequins for company.
Debate: It’s Time to Embrace Poetry
It is the language of poetry and all things poetic that aid us in clinging onto the hope that this age of despair might soon pass.