"It is of interest to see that the imagery of “a god who eats up lacquer and melts/ who wilts when he sees fire,”...
Art as Witness: 75 Years of Partition
Exploring the artistic landscapes of post-Partition India and Pakistan in collaboration with the ZVM Rangoonwala Foundation, featuring works from the VM Art Gallery Permanent Collection and MAP.
Why I Love Art: Discovering the Storyteller in Raja Ravi Varma
Reflecting on the artist’s unique narrative quality and on the ways in which our lives intermingle with the art we appreciate and create.
From Writing to Seeing and Back
Arshad Hakim, Vaishnavi Kambadur, and Samira Bose discuss their curatorial collaboration between a museum and an archive for MAP’s latest exhibition on K. G. Subramanyan’s artworks and writings.