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French photographer Pascal Monteil is not content just photographing people and places. He mixes, matches, fudges, and juxtaposes images to create a montage, a collage and, in the process, opens the core and reveals their multiple layers.
Women come in many hues. But Bubbles Sabharwal's Women in Black, though a good experiment, preferred to paint them merely in black and white.
Thin and flat is the way to go with PC and TV monitors. They are the kinds you can hang on your walls like paintings if you are really hard up for space.
Almost two years after India's first private FM station hit the airwaves, Radio City presents a new, desi avatar with increased Hindi music content.
IN ITS sixth month of running, this restaurant in Koramangala is a `tin of sardines', Thursday night through Sunday night. Kubay, named after the Konkani for cockle, the shellfish; enter and you feel at home. The clay-tiled floor instantly sends ...
ANOKHI, A store that specialises in cotton clothing, is a delight for those on the qui vive for delicately made hand printed garments to beat the heat this summer. Situated at the Leela Palace Galleria, Anokhi is new to Bangalore, but not to the ...
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