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Artalaap

Artalaap

Artalaap

Delve into the discourse around the aesthetics, politics, and infrastructure of visual art. Artalaap is a podcast on visual culture focusing on modern & contemporary art from the South Asian subcontinent. Art critic Kamayani Sharma interviews artists, curators, writers, researchers, arts organisation professionals, and culture workers. Come for the images, stay for the insights!
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Goodpods has curated a list of the 10 best Artalaap episodes, ranked by the number of listens and likes each episode have garnered from our listeners. If you are listening to Artalaap for the first time, there's no better place to start than with one of these standout episodes. If you are a fan of the show, vote for your favorite Artalaap episode by adding your comments to the episode page.

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How many episodes does Artalaap have?

Artalaap currently has 21 episodes available.

What topics does Artalaap cover?

The podcast is about Visual Arts, Podcasts and Arts.

What is the most popular episode on Artalaap?

The episode title 'Ep 18: Remembering the Present - The 1947 Partition' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Artalaap?

The average episode length on Artalaap is 60 minutes.

How often are episodes of Artalaap released?

Episodes of Artalaap are typically released every 18 days, 1 hour.

When was the first episode of Artalaap?

The first episode of Artalaap was released on Dec 29, 2020.

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