Tag: Aditi Sriram
Lovely Decorative TentaclesApril 2016
The little-known book illustrations of Henri Matisse.
Beyond Objects, Beyond ScoresApril 2016
The musician and composer on the art of self-transformation, resisting cultures of exclusion, and what he calls ‘easy camaraderie.’
Aditi Sriram: Wordplay in WonderlandAugust 2015
Celebrating 150 years of art, artifact, and Alice.
Rohini Mohan: “Prachanai” (Trouble) in Sri Lanka, Past and PresentOctober 2014
Aditi Sriram talks with the author of 'The Seasons of Trouble' about the five years it took her to write about Sri Lanka post-civil war, and whether the 'trouble' is really over.
Documenting ProximityAugust 2014
A mathematician destined for a plum job in finance drops everything to become a freelance journalist in war-torn Congo.
Aditi Sriram: A Simile for MotherhoodJune 2014
A mother's bangles as a proxy for her presence, for her love.
Notes for the StageJune 2014
The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright on his relationship to Jewish artists, “the simple sense of being human,” and experiencing his work for the first time along with its audience.
Aditi Sriram: Saint-Exupéry, Saintly Hands, Sainted InnocenceApril 2014
What fed the imagination of the man who crafted The Little Prince.
Aditi Sriram: Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts HereMarch 2014
Remembering Al-Mutanabbi Street on its 7th anniversary.
Aditi Sriram: WatchOctober 2013
Qawwali, the enchanting song of the Sufis, still possesses the devotees of the Nizamuddin Auliya shrine in Delhi.