What is the feminine mystique?
Reimagining work as torture.
Part of a beautiful series by Mumbai-based artist Gajanan Kabade, in which he captures the city in all its lights, moods and colours.
To the snobs who don’t consider comic books art, consider this: it has classical origins. An introduction to the first comic strip.
When America was modernizing, its artists embraced modernity, warts and all. Now Asia is having its own modern moment, but our artists remain markedly ambivalent about modernity.
Like hypochondriac dads in their quest for perfect health, there isn’t a social experiment that we haven’t tried in the quest for Utopia.
As we’re coming to the end of mango season, the Tropicalist pays homage to Paul Gauguin, ill-fated chronicler of our indigenous bounty.
Completed in 2004, South Korea’s Leeum was born of a Cinderella moment.
Claude Monet’s iconic paintings were inspired by the work of the great Japanese woodcut artist, Utagawa Hiroshige.
Little is known about the Chinese influence on Indian art. But the two civilisations have a long history of capturing each other’s imaginations.