The winners of the 46th annual Nikon Small World photo competition are truly amazing.
One artist has spent lockdown exploring human history through the medium of the moment.
The Perrotin gallery in Miami Beach ended up removing the artwork early Sunday morning because the curious crowds were too much to handle.
In his new book 'Amma', Murugan captures the life of his mother in a collection of essays.
The author of ‘Dear Mrs Naidu’ and ‘A People’s History of Heaven’ on why she writes about difficult topics and how she avoids the tropes of poverty porn.
Artist Amanda Oleander beautifully captures those relatable little relationship moments.
Translator Gita Krishnankutty writes that it was fascinating for her to discover how deeply Namboodiri's written word enriched his sketches.
Aparna Karthikeyan documents the disappearing traditional livelihoods in Tamil Nadu in her book 'Nine Rupees An Hour'.
During late 1960s, the sculptor had to face stiff opposition and protest from conservatives who condemned the statue calling it obscene.
Through 'Cats Calling Back', Hannah Provisor invites people to share their experiences of harassment, which she illustrates in her signature style with a twist.