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Harvard Public Health, Namma Katte (“Our Space”) connects mental health, art, and public spaces, April, 2024.


Homegrown, Namma Katte Is A Public Leisure Center Enabling Women To Express Their Authentic Selves, March, 2024.


Homegrown, 'We Will Hold You' Is A Homegrown Project Offering A Handcrafted Remedy For Loneliness, April, 2024.


Deccan Herald, Artist Indu Antony has archived 137 such smells, April 2023.


The Times Of India, Nosetalgia: Artiste archives Bengaluru through its smells, April, 2023.


Homegrown, Bangalore, Attend A Unique Exhibition Aiming To Address Mental Health Through Art April- 2023.


The Hindu, Mindscapes: In the company of others is an art show that focuses on mental health, May, 2023. health/article66780453.ece


Times Of India, Art meets conversations around mental health at this exhibit, May, 2023.


Press reader, Mindscapes: In the company of others, which opened at the Museum of Art and Photography, uses art to help individuals connect better with themselves, may, 2023.


The News Minute, Bengaluru artist offers a peek into women’s lives in Lingarajapuram’s slums, May ,2023.


The Hindu, Indu Antony’s book chronicles the phenomenon of denying people a traditional burial ground and burying them without any rituals ,October, 2023.


Artblart, 'Visions of India: from the colonial to the contemporary' at the Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill, Melbourne, March, 2022


Firstpost, Indu Antony reflects on reclaiming public spaces for women with her leisure centre project Namma Katte, April, 2022.


Onmanorama ‘Lokame Tharavad’ exhibition wins HELLO! India arts awards..., April, 2022. awards.html


Indian Express Indulge, A new space opened by artist, Indu Antony is helping women feel a sense of freedom, April,2022., THE POWER OF ART: HAROUN HAYWARD AND INDU ANTONY, April , 2022. Express Indulge,


Artist Indu Antony used her own hair to embroider messages of latent childhood trauma in herlatest exhibit!, May, 2022.


Newsnine, Artist Indu Antony used her own hair to embroider messages of latent childhood trauma in her latest exhibit!, May, 2022.


The Indian Express, Meet Indu Antony, the artist who has archived the ‘smells of Bengaluru’ in a published book, September, 2022.


The Art Newspaper, The global mental health crisis: Wellcome Trust launches international science and art project to help
people cope, October, 2022.


The New Indian Express, Meet the artist who delves into subjects connected to memory, and stitches objects with her hair on paper, cloth and photographs, January, 2021.


Asap art, Indu Antony’s Feminist Public Art Project, Cecilia’ed, April, 2021.


Stirworld, Art & Voices Matter: Indu Antony talks about the discomfort of the creative process, June, 2021.


Homegrown, Meet Cecilia, The Face Of An Art Project, Disrupting Gender Notions In Public Spaces, 2021.

NDTV, How Women Are Reclaiming Public Spaces In Bengaluru, Thanks To This Art Project, August, 2021.


Apeature, How Women Artists in South Asia Are Reinventing the Photobook, August, 2021.


Mathurbhumi, ൈവറലായ വീഡിയോയിെല ആക്രിവില്‍ക്കുന്ന സ്ത്രീയല്ല, സൂപ്പര്‍ വുമണാണ്സിസിലിയ, August, 2021.


News 18, 'Cecilia is With You' Two Bengaluru Women's Art, Project Reclaims Public Spaces For Women, August, 2021.


The Indian Express, How this artist and her 76-year-old friend are reclaiming public spaces for women in Bengaluru, September 2021.


Youstory, Cecilia owns the streets: talking feminist geography with artist Indu Antony, September, 2021.


FEMINISM IN INDIA, Disrupting Gender In Public Spaces:Dr. Indu Antony’s Project ‘Cecilia’ed Always’, September,2021.


The Hindustan Times, This artist is mapping Bengaluru though its unique aromas, September, 2021.


The Hindustan Times, Unfolding memories through photography at this exhibition in the Capital, October, 2021. 101634548894757.html



India Today, Through a new lens
Photography is reimagined and the frames shift to newer vistas at the recently concluded Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa, January,2019

Yourstory, Creativity, community, celebration: Kochi-Muziris Biennale wraps up its fourth edition, March, 2019

The news minute, This 74-yr-old inspired a Bengaluru artist to shine a light on public safety for women, July, 2019.


Mint lounge, A community art project, ‘Cecilia’ed’, seeks to make public safety for women a priority in Bengaluru, August,2019.


The New India Express, Visual artist Indu Antony mostly depicts her works as a suppressed voice that wants to be heard, November 2019.




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