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Art Frieze moves its physical location in New York to the Shed while Indian galleries participate virtually Art fairs are coming back in a hybrid form—as was the case with the brief window period that we saw in New Delhi, India, with DCAW. Internationally as …

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Episode 32: The Fifth Columnists As the dust settles after the Bengal assembly elections, Sarnath Banerjee is captivated by an artwork on how history remembers turncoats and traitors   Read entire article here: https://lifestyle.livemint.com/news/talking-point/phantomgarh-a-graphic-series-by-sarnath-banerjee-111621085666670.html

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Episode 31: The Bio-chemistry of Satyajit Ray Sarnath Banerjee rediscovers the strange world of Satyajit Ray’s sci-fi as he reads his stories to a friend suffering from a severe bout of covid-19   Read entire article here: https://lifestyle.livemint.com/news/talking-point/phantomgarh-a-graphic-series-by-sarnath-banerjee-111619864610522.html

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An ‘out-of-place’ rhino sculpture and a time-travelling lab are two of the highlights at an upcoming new exhibition at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum this May. UnNatural History will run from May 28 until August 22 during the early weeks of Coventry’s year …

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‘Can you hear my voice?’ at Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, asks what it means to claim agency amidst sectarian conflict  By Shaad D’Souza ‘Can you hear my voice?’, a group exhibition at Melbourne’s Margaret Lawrence Gallery, curated by David Sequiera, …

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