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Aboriginal art on Indian silk

Chetna Prakash | March 23, 2013
Designer Roopa Pemmaraju was taken aback to discover how designers Down Under mainly worked with polyester.
Hitler and the swastika

Hitler and the swastika

Chetna Prakash | October 29, 2011
Why has an Australian play titled ‘Ganesh vs Third Reich’ raised the hackles of the Hindu right?
Through a contemporary lens

Through a contemporary lens

Chetna Prakash | June 25, 2011
A tiny gallery in Paris zooms in on how thousands of Indians live and sleep.
Unmade but not unsung

Unmade but not unsung

Chetna Prakash | January 15, 2011
Nominated for Britain's 2010 Turner Prize, the Otolith Group's entry, is haunted by the possibilities of an unfilmed Satyajit Ray script.
The swami and the stairway

The swami and the stairway

Chetna Prakash | October 2, 2010
What other historic event took place on Sept 11? Jitish Kallat's art marks 9/11 anniversary.
Desi Frames
India exposed

India exposed

Chetna Prakash | September 25, 2010
It was images from India that dominated a recent, high-profile exhibition in London.
Three Cs for the 3 Rs

Three Cs for the 3 Rs

Chetna Prakash | September 11, 2010
A giant chandelier in London will help raise funds for literacy.
Originial and fake work side by side

Originial and fake work side by side

Chetna Prakash | July 31, 2010
An exhibition shows how modern science has come to the aid of art.
Don't smile, you are being sketched

Don't smile, you are being sketched

Chetna Prakash | May 22, 2010
An exhibition in London traces the history of portrait making in India
Charting Chadha

Charting Chadha

Chetna Prakash | May 8, 2010
These days, mum's the word in Gurinder Chadha's life and Afterlife...
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