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The Chinese folklore goes grand at Macau
DNMUM416314 | 6/17/2018 | Author : Heena Khandelwal
What Superman, Batman or Wonder Girl is to the world, Monkey King is to the Chinese. He is present in folklores, comics, television shows, novels, video games and movies like The Forbidden Kingdom and Journey to the West 2: The Demon Strikes Back. Now, to extend its appeal ...
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The Kahlo portfolio
DNMUM416315 | 6/17/2018 | Author : Gargi Gupta
Frida Kahlo painted all manner of things - landscapes, still-life, people - in her lifetime, but it is for her self-portraits that she’s best known. Over one-third of her oeuvre is taken up by these ‘selfies’, most of which are characterised by an expressionless face sta...
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Deck up like a Harappan
DNMUM416316 | 6/17/2018 | Author : Ornella D’Souza
On her first visit to Delhi’s National Museum in July 2016, Mumbai-based self-taught jewellery designer Geetanjali Gondhale became so smitten by the excavated button seals, figurines, animal statues, anthropomorphic forms, terracotta pottery, and neckpieces of the Ind...
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Beyond the bindu
DNMUM416317 | 6/17/2018 | Author : Dyuti Basu
Concentric circles cocooning a large black circle is how one defines Sayed Haider Raza’s stellar bindu series. The late artist, who passed away in 2016, was best known for his bindus, but his body of work encompasses more than these tantra-influenced paintings. An upcoming ...
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A blindfolded spectacle
DNMUM416318 | 6/17/2018 | Author : Dyuti Basu
The soulful sound of the violin fills the room, then the guitar; the hang drum (a Swiss rhythm instrument) picks up the beat and one by one the musicians of the orchestra join in adding to the melody - while the sounds may be familiar, the sight is nothing short of extra...
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Tunes from the Dunes
DNMUM416319 | 6/17/2018 | Author : Yogesh Pawar
At a Mumbai concert on June 8, Rajasthani folk artiste Mame Khan matched his voice with Indian classical maestro Kaushiki Chakraborty. While the Manganiyar singer stuck to his roots, belting out songs of the soil, many an audience member called out requests for Gho...
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