A young artist on feeling stifled by stringent frameworks of gender, nation and 'respectable' art.
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.
A series of artworks depicting the anger of the farmers as their fight against the three contentious farms Bills continues unabated.
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'.
The usually bustling tourism spot lies largely empty with rows of abandoned shops and masked mannequins for company.
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.