The exhibition catalogue has such stunning photographs from the Collection I had to make a post about it. The photos are in excellent resolution and beautifully displayed on the pages which also identify the photos and offer some brief information about each subject grouping. The first page on Devadasis is amazing- look at the beautiful photograph of two Devadasis in full regalia on the upper-right hand side. The gorgeous and rare photographs continue with photos of the Devadasis Bhanumathi and Varalakshmi (who shook up the Music Academy when they performed their dance there around 1931), what looks like Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn, Uday Shankar, Ram Gopal, famous Gurus, Travancore Sisters, Kamala, Vyjayanthimala, and on and on! It's a relatively short catalog but absolutely worth the view of these rare photos.
Here's the preview image from Khokar's column page. The full catalogue is available here or by clicking the image below.
Last, this isn't directly related to the current exhibition and coverage websites, but I noticed on Ashish's column article about E Krishna Iyer that the newspaper image (which features a nice smiling picture of Kumari Kamala) enlarges to readable size when clicked on! Here's the link: http://www.narthaki.com/info/tdhc/images/tdhc11b.html. The enlarged size reveals that the article is from 1949. It's interesting that the terms Arangetrupadi and Bharata Natya are used instead of the present-day version Arangetram and Bharatanatyam.