Poet, painter, and naturalist Obi Kaufmann shares an optimistic view of nature even as the human impact on the planet grows larger.
When you typed in ‘The Next American President’.
Anuradha Bhaumick uses discarded fabric to remind us that mundane indoor lives are beautiful too.
Be it an alien stove or a soprano lamp, Misha Ghose is making—quite literally—new friends in isolation.
Quebec anarchist Benoît Paillé uses a camera and flash held together by duct tape to point to the hypocrisy of documentary photography—and everything else.
From walls to galleries, John Kaye’s work is filled with callbacks to his humble beginnings on the streets.
"Can body hair get in the way of your work?"
Amidst Citizenship Act Protests, Musicians Get Arrested and an Exhibition Shuts Down at an Arts Festival in Goa
Four musicians from Dastaan Live got arrested for performing songs “that insult the Hindu religion”. At the same time, an exhibition that had visitors scribbling anti-CAA slogans on a blank canvas, was shut down.
Bundles for sale include water pumps for irrigation, planting kits and seed starters among others.
The so-called "Disco Dong" lasted eight months before it was dismantled for scrap metal.
“How many times in your life have you seen your Prime Minister painted on a wall in a funny, satirical manner? Probably never. Maybe nobody has the courage to do it. Maybe nobody thinks it's important enough. But I think otherwise.”
Aziz Sohail, Abdullah Qureshi and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr are working together to give more visibility to the voices from the LGBTQ community of their country.