Arjun Agarwal, Cofounder of Outliers, Ushers a Fresh Perspective to Indian Art

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Art as Therapy: de Botton Shines a Torch on Another Impenetrable Terrain

Alain de Botton, who describes himself as a philosopher of “everyday life,” lends his signature approach to themes as varied as Love, Work, Travel and Architecture. Moreover, he is known for making the formidable “Classics” accessible to the binge-watching, attention-deprived mobs. Through his books and his easily digestible online videos, de Botton has also exposed the pomposity and perhaps, unnecessary obfuscation that has shielded the bite-sized summaries of tome-penning heavyweights like Goethe,

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How Careers in Art can Deepen the Spirit: The Inspiring Life Stories of Gitanjali Maini and Sister Wendy Beckett

Monday, October 28, 2019

Gitanjali Maini: Foraying from HR to the
Art World

Situated inside the heart of Bengaluru, gallery g (www.galleryg.com) seems to freeze time and halt the city’s perpetual busyness. Designed with an elegant sparseness – shafts of light on wooden floors, the arresting views of a vertical garden, a lobby area that sports prints of the legendary Raja Ravi Varma – the space embodies a reprieve from the trafficky tumult. When you step inside,

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