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Friday, February 11, 2005
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Tiranga... hues of honour
While the Jindal Foundation's book Tiranga rolls varying shades of nationalistic fervour into one, Palette Art Gallery's group show Structuring the World Anew tends to use elements of structure and construction, comments GAYATRI SINHA.
Now unveiling Lucknow
DIWAN SINGH BAJELI speaks to Mohan Kulshrestha who ploughs a lonely furrow for theatre in Uttar Pradesh.
Reality... out of the closet
Documentaries have come a long way in India. MANJULAA NEGI gives an insight into the genre now ready to rub shoulders with the Bollywood potboilers.
Continuing the series on accompanying artistes, ANJANA RAJAN speaks to flautist Dhiraj Pandey.
Kathak fest... More fuss, less fizz
The recently concluded Kathak Mahotsav - 2005 held in New Delhi was highlighted by some excellent group performances but bogged down by some equally mediocre fare, feels LEELA VENKATARAMAN.
Moving stills, screaming silences
CONTEMPORARY DANCE exponent Sangeeta Sharma gave a solo recital of her choreographic compositions this past week at the LTG auditorium. Sangeeta's work reflects her guru Narendra Sharma's style of functioning, which does not seek to repeat and ...
An unusual show
In "Ho Rahega Kuch Na Kuch", mounted at the recently concluded Bharat Rang Mahotsav in New Delhi, veteran theatre person Mohan Maharishi breaks fresh ground. It is a must for those looking for some unusual fare, says ROMESH CHANDER.
Catching the eye!
Tamal Bhattacharya's murals and ceramic sculptures are eye-catching. RANA SIDDIQUI speaks to the artist.
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