Home, a distant place

Zoya Siddiqui’s ongoing digital exhibition at MAP reaffirms the complexity of migration and displacement in art.

Radhika Iyengar

Truth, Time, Technology

5 contemporary Indian artists who use the moving image to stretch the limits of what’s possible.

Chanpreet Khurana

Of Home and Displacement

Artist Zoya Siddiqui engages with the themes of belonging, cultural memory and spatial distance.

Shailaja Tripathi
Mapping the Dots

Mapping the Dots

Bhuri Bai’s recent exhibition at MAP sheds light on her artistic journey and the transformation from a local indigenous artist who painted mud walls in her village, to a much lauded contemporary artist.

Shonali Madapa
The what and how of MAP’s first accessible digital exhibition

The what and how of MAP’s first accessible digital exhibition

Committed to its mission of making the arts accessible and inclusive, MAP recently launched an online exhibition that has been designed keeping in mind the aim of reaching out to diverse audiences. Read on to learn about the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of MAP’s, and perhaps the country’s, first accessible digital exhibition!

Kunal Mehta