INSTALLATION

  • Kolkata: Artists from US collaborate with Indian craftsmen to install street art at puja pandal September 29, 2014

    At a time when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the US to strengthen the Indo-US bilateral ties, a Durga Puja Pandal in South Kolkata is trying to do the same. This pandal has become the venue of art collboration between artists from India and the US. ...
  • Photos: 26 incredibly creative and wonderfully weird sculptures from all over the world you absolutely need to see to believe September 19, 2014

    Imagine walking along the road and suddenly seeing a man reach out from inside a manhole and grabbing someone's leg? Be it the 'Les Voyageurs' in Marseilles, France, Nelson Mandela's profile in South Africa, 'Mustangs' by Robert Glen in Las Colinas, Texas, USA or 'De Vaartkapoen' in Brussels, Belgium, some...
  • Photos: Luxury tree house, rock climbing wall in bedroom 23 unbelievably cool concepts you need in your dream house April 28, 2014

    A hammock ceiling, a rock climbing wall right inside your bedroom, a water slide that leads from your closet to pool and a staircase that doubles up as a slide 23 things that will make you drool. ...
  • DTC bus conductor arrested for selling fake tickets August 28, 2013

    A Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus conductor was arrested for selling fake tickets to passengers in Delhi to earn money for paying the monthly instalment of a vehicle he bought, police said on Tuesday. Amit Kumar, in his 30s, who is deputed at Ambedkar Nagar bus depot, was on Monday caught...
  • 'The Wolverine': Sixth installment to hit screens on July 26 June 14, 2013

    The sixth installment of the series 'The Wolverine' is due to hit Indian screens on July 26. And this one sees 'Wolverine' Hugh Jackman taking a trip to Japan, where the superhero encounters an enemy from his past that will impact his future. Here is the sneak peek of the...
  • Kochi Biennale: Afghan uses archaeology to show migration December 4, 2012

    Kochi: Archaeology has become a tool of interactive art for Afghan artist Amanullah Mojadidi, who is working on a multimedia land installation art at the KochiMuziris Biennale beginning on Dec 12. Amanullah has replicated an archaeological dig on an 8x10 sq ft plot of land at the Aspinwall...
  • Grants, corporate support offer hope to public art November 30, 2012

    New Delhi: Sitespecific art, which can hardly hope to find buyers among private collectors, is largely dependent for survival on its ability to be socially engaging. It helps, of course, if it could also get funds from corporate houses or governments. Sitespecific art had a spell of popularity in India...
  • 'Identity important for globalisation of Indian art' November 26, 2012

    New Delhi: For leading multimedia contemporary artist Paresh Maity, a globalised painter with an eye for diversity of Indian life, "identity is very important for any form of art to flourish". "I can be removed from my own heritage, but I cannot lose touch with it. Proper globalisation of Indian...
  • Hyderabad: Vandalised statues to be reinstalled September 24, 2012

    Hyderabad: The state government is all set to reinstall the 12 statues, of that of Telugu icons from Coastal Andhra, on Tank Bund that were vandalised by Telangana activists during the Million March of the Telangana agitation in March 2010. An additional statue of Komaram Bheem of Adilabad district, who...
  • On road to beauty April 26, 2012

    BANGALORE: Ushering in a multitude of international names, Namma Bengaluru has now emerged as the new development destination of the country.Apart from experiencing dramatic social and cultural changes with the expansion of information technology and other industries, the city has also undergone a huge change with respect to the cultural...
  • Threat to offshore rigs: another 26/11 planned? June 21, 2011

    New Delhi: The Intelligence Bureau has warned of a new terror plot to turn ships into deadly bombs, but no lessons appear to have been learnt from the Mumbai attacks. Vital off shore installations are under threat as Intelligence agencies had intercepted a specific threat just days after the audacious...
  • India, Pak exchange list of nuclear installations January 1, 2009

    Islamabad: India and Pakistan on Thursday exchanged lists of their nuclear installations under an agreement aimed at preventing attacks on each other's atomic facilities inspite of prevailing tension in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks. The Foreign Office handed over a list of Pakistan's nuclear installations and facilities to an...
  • Despite odds, Public Art show kicks off in Delhi December 14, 2008

    To have any event in public areas in the big cities in no small task these days. But the Public Art Installation show kicked off in the Capital despite all odds and security issues, with the support of the government. Art correspondent Sahar Zaman takes you thru some of the works. ...
  • Artistic and intriguing: Video installation art August 1, 2008

    New Delhi: Video installation art is a genre that's an international rage but is only now beginning to create waves in India. Gallery Espace is trying to demystify video art. At first it's confusing, till you understand that video art is more about the concept and less about the technique...
  • India, Pakistan exchange lists of nuclear installations January 2, 2008

    New Delhi: India and Pakistan on Tuesday exchanged the lists of their nuclear installations and facilities, taking forward their 17yearold confidence building measure in the field. The lists were simultaneously handed over here and in Islamabad by the respective countries under an agreement between the two countries. The lists include places covered...
  • Check it out! Old utensils are 'arty' May 1, 2007

    New Delhi: In this weeks segment of Art of Investing, CNNIBN meets one of the biggest names in Indian insallation art, Subodh Gupta. Gupta has been working with utensils for the past decade and has made it his signature style. "Utensils are my material, like artists paint in brush and colour,...
  • India, Pak Nlist to mark New Year January 1, 2007

    New Delhi: India and Pakistan on Monday exchanged lists of nuclear installations and facilities covered under a 1988 Agreement on the Prohibition of Attack against Nuclear Installations and Facilities between the two countries. The lists were exchanged through diplomatic channels simultaneously at New Delhi and Islamabad, an External Affairs Ministry spokesman...
  • Oil, IT, defence on LeT hitlist November 22, 2006

    New Delhi: India's critical infrastructure is under serious threat and it's the coastline that's facing the increased threat perception. Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil on Wednesday said coastal areas are coming under increased threat from groups like the LashkereToiba (LeT). "We have specific information that foreign terrorist groups will target...
  • Indian reaches for Manhattan skyline September 20, 2006

    New York: Mumbaiborn Anish Kapoor is one of the bestknown names in installation art in the world. His Cloud Gate at the Millennium Park in Chicago is a landmark of the Windy City. Several of his installations are also displayed in England, the country he lives and works in. Now he has...