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Proma Chakraborty -October 25, 2019

Indo-France connect What: Covering a span of six decades, this exhibition features artist Sakti Burman’s artistic journey since 1950s to 2016.  Burman grew up in Bangladesh and has been living in France for the last five decades — exhibiting his works in France as well as India and maintained a strong connection with the country. […]

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Proma Chakraborty -October 18, 2019

Craft corner What: With Diwali around the corner, Dastkar brings artisans to Delhi for its annual 14-day crafts mela. Dastkar, being a society for crafts and craftspeople, aims at exposing shoppers  to a range of authentic handcrafted products —  from textiles, home decor, 3D articles to food items and collectibles. Look out for hand-made flowers […]

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Proma Chakraborty -October 11, 2019

Flute fest What: Dedicated to peace and good, the 10th edition of Raasrang World Flute Festival 2019 is back. The festival focuses on various genres of music, with the flute at the core of the rendition. Across multiple editions, it has drawn attention to the flute, an instrument of divine seduction, which brings at its […]

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Proma Chakraborty -October 4, 2019

All about paper What: Paper – a surface to write, draw, doodle or print. To mark or stain. A material to fold or layer, to cut, puncture or impress. Explored by artists as matter, method or metaphor, paper kindles a sense of nostalgia and a sense of being made by hand. Recent works of such […]

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Proma Chakraborty -October 3, 2019

Looking back What: Remembering and taking note of what their forefathers have left them with and to heed to that calling of not merely documenting but expressing their sense of belonging to Meghalaya – artists Careen J. Langsteih and Conrad Syiem have put together a joint exhibition titled ‘Kynmaw: to remember, memories, to take note, […]

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Proma Chakraborty -September 20, 2019

Metallic moulds What: Bringing together 23 of the best known and most original voices from India and the subcontinent, Palette Art Gallery has put up a group exhibition titled ‘Burnish /Tarnish’. With metal as the focus of the show, the featured artists explore metal as the material and subject, using a variety of mediums including […]

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Proma Chakraborty -September 13, 2019

Self at the centre What: Inspired by Gandhi’s seminal anti-imperialist text Hind Swaraj written in 1909, here’s an exhibition that examines elements of Gandhi’s critique of modern civilisation, noting his emphasis on an evolved ethical and spiritual self for creating an alternative perspective of a better world. Titled ‘Bound by Duty: An Idea of Swaraj […]

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Proma Chakraborty -September 6, 2019

Turning pages What: Imagining books as a self directory or an index library, artist Samit Das examines the world of artist’s books and art books. His works are on display at the exhibition ‘Index of Untold Stories’. He deconstructs books as physical forms. The dots, pixels and lines on paper that come together creating stories. […]

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