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
Imagining the Museum

Imagining the Museum

Launching a brand new talk series, Director's Cut, MAP brought together museum and cultural leaders from across the world to discuss the future of museums and the reimagining of cultural institutions today.

Conservation: Now and the Future

Conservation: Now and the Future

The role of conservators, especially those working primarily with museum collections, goes beyond mere physical maintenance or restoration of the artworks. To touch upon the importance of the profession and its current state around the globe, MAP brought together four experts in a riveting panel discussion as part of the Museum Webinar series....

The Wonder of Islamic Art

The Wonder of Islamic Art

Navina Haider's comprehensive lecture allowed viewers to journey through centuries of Islamic art, all the while elaborating on how Islam has absorbed from the world, especially in its intellectual traditions, and how the world sees Islam.

What Is New Media?

What Is New Media?

Traditionally when we think of art we think of paintings, sculptures, oils, drawings, charcoals, screen-printing, and more recently photography. So what really is 'new media' art?

Girinandini Singh