by Zohra Khan Jan 21, 2021
by Rahul Kumar Jan 20, 2021
STIR interviews Abhishek Poddar on the recent launch of MAP and his vision to present varied forms of Indian art and crafts under one roof.
by Zohra Khan Jan 15, 2021
Conversations About Your Voice:The Brooklyn-based artist tells STIR about the good and bad sides of her craft, and what sucks about being an illustrator.
by Zohra Khan Jan 07, 2021
Conversations About Your Voice: The revolutionary Pentagram partner lets us into her all-embracing design world that upholds boredom as the key to getting the best ideas.
by Rahul Kumar Jan 05, 2021
Belgian multidisciplinary artist Hans Op de Beeck creates architectural scale works that invite viewers to wander and discover a magical world.
by STIRworld Jan 04, 2021
As we step into a new year, STIR honours and celebrates the creative genius and infallible spirit of the visionaries who continue to inspire through their legacy.
by Meghna Mehta Dec 22, 2020
Educator and architect Prof. Anne Feenstra and architect, artist and critic Gautam Bhatia come together at the STIR gallery in New Delhi for an intriguing discourse on pedagogy and practice.
by Zohra Khan Dec 16, 2020
STIR presents a series of unmasked dialogues with five design contrarians from Kyoorius Designyatra 2020 who inspire self-discovery.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 10, 2020
The Artistic Directors of the upcoming edition of the Gwangju Biennale talk about the ideas of evolution through cognitive and lived experiences as the theme for the event.
by Devanshi Shah Dec 03, 2020
STIR speaks with the award-winning Austrian designer working at the vanguard of digital design and 3D-printing across architecture, product and fashion design.
by Rahul Kumar Dec 02, 2020
Durjoy Rahman speaks with STIR about his vision, and plans about his recent initiatives through an art foundation based in Berlin and Dhaka.
by Sonal Shah Nov 25, 2020
STIR speaks with some of the greatest icons of our times – the queen of avant-garde fashion, Rhodes is a feisty 80-year-old British textile designer, as prolifically creative as ever.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 21, 2020
Subjects of satire and violence in the art of Moonis Shah bring to focus the idea of using archival data as a tool to classify and control.
by Devanshi Shah Sep 05, 2020
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