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Punjab Kesari New Delhi, December 24, 2010
Kala shilp ke zariye tiger bachane ki muhim
What's Hot!
To save tigers by art.
Times of India New Delhi, December 24, 2010
What's Hot!
What's Hot!
Artiger is a fund raising project that raises awareness about the conservation of India's national animal with 58 fibreglass tigers created by various artists.
Midday December 23, 2010
Say Tigerrr
Say Tigerrr
Inspired by London elephant parade, delhi went all out to save the national animal. At a five-star hotel in South Delhi, artists, corporate big wigs, school students, social workers, conservationists and the diplomats came together to pledge solidarity to the cause. Life size fibre glass royal bengal tigers, which are 58 in number, will now appear all over the capital.
Delhi Times December 22, 2010
Delhi's Tiger Safari
Delhi's Tiger Safari
In an effort to protect the tiger, 58 renowned artistes recently came together in Delhi tio work on life size fibreglass tigers, no wonder the name of the project then - Artiger.
The Wall Street Journal December 21, 2010
On Delhi Streets, “Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright”
On Delhi Streets, “Tiger, Tiger Burning Bright”
Starting next week, Delhi residents—unsurprised by cows or the occasional camel or elephant—will spot an unusual beast around the city: the Bengal Tiger.
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MSN December 19, 2010
Tiger art works in Delhi to promote big cat conservation
Tiger art works in Delhi
New Delhi, Dec 19 (PTI) Life-size art works of tigers pooled together for a cause by some of India's best-known artists begin their three-month long journey in the capital today from Delhi''s most famous address, the Rashtrapati Bhawan.
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Times of India New Delhi, December 19, 2010
There's a tiger in the mall!
There's a tiger in the mall!
Artistes from all over India have come together to save the tiger.
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The Pioneer New Delhi, December 18, 2010
Delhi to be centre of tiger campaign soon
Delhi to be centre of tiger campaign soon
“Tigers everywhere”, is the latest initiative to promote tiger population in the country, through lifesize tiger figures and paintings. Delhi would be the centre of this campaign and full-sized felines will dot public spaces of the capital soon. Even if the tigers are dwindling from the forests, the concrete jungles are all set to welcome their caricatures.
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MSN December 17, 2010
Tigers on the prowl: Saving big cats through art
Tiger art works in Delhi
New Delhi, Dec 17 (IANS) Anjolie Ela Menon's latest art project has a statement to make. A stretched fibre glass tiger with three babies in black and gold, it is part of a public art project that will see installations of tigers at various spots in the capital.
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Sify News December 17, 2010
Tigers on the prowl: Saving big cats through art
Tigers on the prowl: Saving big cats through art
Anjolie Ela Menon's latest art project has a statement to make...
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IBN Live December 17, 2010
Artiger: Saving big cats through art
Artiger: Saving big cats through art
Anjolie Ela Menon's latest art project has a statement to make. A stretched fibre glass tiger with three babies in black and gold, it is part of a public art project that will see installations of tigers at various spots in the capital.
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The Statesman December 16, 2010
Tigerish endeavour
Tigerish endeavour
Artists lending colour to save tiger initiative.
Times of India New Delhi, December 12, 2010
Earning Stripes
Earning Stripes
Corporates have joined hands with the art fraternity to spread awareness on conservation of tigers.
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Hindustan Times New Delhi, December 6, 2010
Artists give Delhi it's project tiger
Artists give Delhi it's project tiger
Life size tiger arts works will dot Capital's public spaces - Metro stations, theatres and restaurants - in an attempt to draw attention and raise funds for conservation of big cats.
Business Standard New Delhi, December 5, 2010
Mission tiger
Mission tiger
A public art project to raise funds for the national animal. For six weeks earlier this year, the city of London was the site of a novel public art-cum-charity project called “Elephant Parade”. Two hundred and fifty eight elephants, large, painted and decorated beautifully were put up at venues all around the city — one stood beside the stature of Beau Brummel in Jermyn Street, there were four on Soho Square; Bayswater, Belgravia, Greenwich, Green Park had a few and so on. And then in early July, they were auctioned raising as much as £1 million, which went to 20 charities working to save the elephant.
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Swagat December 2010
Stripes of Pride
Stripes of Pride
Efforts to save the national animal.
Harper's Bazaar December 2010
Burning Bright
Burning Bright
The tiger comes to life in fibreglass in 52 locations across India as 50 corporates and 57 renowned artists unveil ARTIGER, India's largest public art display ever.
First City December 2010
Arts for the tiger
Arts for the tiger
This four month long initiative will mark the largest public art display in the country till date, featuring 57 life-size fibreglass tigers. ARTIGER is an initiative working for the cause of the conservation of the tiger.
Design Today December 2010
All for the tiger
All for the cause of the tiger
Efforts to save tigers will get a further boost with ARTIGER, an initiative that brings together 57 renowned artists, 50 corporates, and the common man on one platform.

A brainchild of Aparajita Jain, Swapan Seth and Nandita Kathpalia Baig.
Mint November 27, 2010
A message in bold stripes
A message in bold stripes
Tiger activism has a new channel: art. We navigate the grounds where conservation meets canvas.
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Indian Express November 3, 2010
Cat calls
Cat calls
In June when gallerist Aparajita Jain, art collector Swapan Seth and social activist Nandita K Baig were in attendance at the Elephant Parade in London, aimed to spread awareness about saving the Asian elephant, the event triggered off a similar trail of thought among the trio.
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The Hindu New Delhi, October 28, 2010
Promoting tiger conservation through art
The Hindu, Promoting tiger conservation through art
NEW DELHI: As the need to conserve tigers in the country becomes imperative, more and more individuals and organisations are coming up to support the cause. This coming December, 57 renowned artists, 50 corporate houses, the Ranthambhore Foundation and non-government organisations would come together to present a public art initiative for tiger conservation called Artiger.
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Delhi Times New Delhi
All for the cause of the tiger
All for the cause of the tiger
In an effort to protect the tiger, 57 artists will showcase their works in Delhi.
The Economic Times
Stripe Tease
Stripe Tease
Tiger of the woods has entered the urban jungle. The ‘endangered’ cat has become an icon for telecom brands, eco-tourism sponsors, art aficionados, page-3 pin-ups and is now all set to paint Delhi’s landscape in 58 different avatars. SUPRIYA SHARMA tells you how...
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Film Hungama
Tigers on the prowl: Saving big cats through art
Tigers on the prowl: Saving big cats through art
Anjolie Ela Menon’s latest art project has a statement to make. A stretched fibre glass tiger with three babies in black and gold, it is part of a public art project that will see installations of tigers at various spots in the capital.The project, “Artiger – Art for