The inspired demonstrations include singing, dancing, poetry readings, impromptu exhibitions and a monumental fluorescent light sculpture

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

As the full communications blackout enters one month, we must take action – not only to declare solidarity but to profoundly critique the times we live in

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

Based on the 2014 Badaun gang-rape allegations, ‘Article 15’ fails to disrupt its ‘Brahmin saviour’ narrative

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

What many call a national movement is far from it: the price for people to tell their stories remains too high

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

In further news: world’s biggest arts venue lands in Taiwan; Brooklyn’s Signal gallery to close

An eclectic group of artists, from different backgrounds and styles, united in rejecting nostalgic, orientalist nationalism

By Tausif Noor

Presented at the Rubin Museum, New York, can art offer a way of viewing nature as an actor in its own right?

By Tausif Noor
Natya Chetana theatre  group poster, date unknown, from  the ‘Sarkari Shorts’ Tumblr ‘Poster  Women Project’. Courtesy: Poster Women Project, Zubaan, New Delhi

‘Sarkari Shorts’ and the Films Division of India

By Shanay Jhaveri
Bill T. Jones, Still/Here, 1994. Courtesy: New York Live Arts; photograph: Joanne Savio

The spectres of the culture wars

By Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
From left: Kekoo Gandhy, Guardian art critic George Butcher and Bal Chhabda, founder of Mumbai's Gallery 59, oversee the shipment of artworks to the Commonwealth Arts Festival, London, 1965

The pioneering gallerist Kekoo Gandhy

By Shanay Jhaveri

Chatterjee & Lal, Mumbai, India

By Heidi Fichtner

Devi Art Foundation, Gurgaon, India

By Devika Singh