EVENTS IN DELHI

Behind The Landscape

DATE

21st Jan – 29th Feb

TIME

06:00pm – 08:00pm

ADDRESS

Instituto Cervantes, Building No. 48, Hanuman Road, Near Hanuman Mandir, Connaught Place, Central, Delhi NCR

Miguel Angel Garcia – Behind The Landscape is a solo exhibition that comes as part of the series that is – Plastic Art And Architecture. In art, one of the most common issues is the landscape. Miguel’s work here is to understand the intricacies, inner space and the overall ideology; from an artists point of view.

Miguel Angel Garcia, a photographer and visual artist who has formed his work on the experimentation and fusion of disciplines and techniques around the world image.Many of his new projects are highlighted by an intense documentary work. His primary focus is on showcasing the landscapes, depicting meanings of the images into layers, as a synthesis and reflection on what each photograph shows and hides.

Timings: 6 – 8pm (weekdays)
11 – 7pm (weekends)
Monday closed

Price: free entry

Vineet Kacker: New Solo

DATE

3rd Feb – 29th Feb

TIME

11:00am – 07:00pm

ADDRESS

Art Positive, F – 213/B, Old MB Road, Lado Sarai, Near MCD Community Center, Mehrauli, South, Delhi NCR

Vineet Kacker’s new solo exhibition – ‘Should I look for You, Should I lose myself’, will be showcased at Art Positive Gallery, curated by Anu Bajaj, director of the gallery.  This new exhibition of his takes inspiration from the artists personal interaction with mystical philosophy.  Focusing on ceramic art, after his formal training, there will be a video exhibition along with display of ‘Silence Violence’, exploring the seeds of violence and silence that is there in all of us.

Lines And Colours

DATE

31st Jan – 28th Feb

TIME

11:00am – 07:00pm

ADDRESS

Aakriti Art Gallery, F 213/A, Old MB Road, Lado Sarai, Mehrauli, South, Delhi NCR

A solo art exhibition by artist Ram Kumar, Lines and Colours, is curted by Pragya Shukla. The month long exhibition will be showcasing a collection of art work by Ram Kumar, including small formal works and work done with ink and pastel colours, over the last five years. Panning across India, the exhibition will go from Delhi to Chennai, Bangalore and Kolkata.

Ram Kumar is known to be amongst the first generation of artists, post independence. He began his journey after studying from Sharada Ukil School Of Art, after which he travelled to Paris, to train under Andre Lhote and Fernand Legar.

Roots By Anita

DATE

29th Jan – 25th Feb

TIME

11:00am – 07:00pm

ADDRESS

Art Laureate, F–213A, Lado Sarai, Saket, South, Delhi NCR

Art Laureate present a solo exhibition – Roots, by Anita. Taking inspiration from trees, who are rooted to the ground, yet reach for the sky; Anita’s work takes strong connotation from the same phenomena. Taking instances from the past, grandma’s stories, mud utensils and village folk tales, the exhibition is a depiction of contemporary philosophy.

A Trio Sculpture Show

DATE

9th Feb – 25th Feb

TIME

11:00am – 07:00pm

ADDRESS

Chawla Art Gallery, Square One Mall, C-2, Ground Floor, District Centre, In Square One Mall, Saket, South, Delhi NCR

A trio sculpture show by –  Prodosh Das Gupta, Ankit Patel and  Tapas Sarkar, the display comes as a distinct opportunity for the art lovers and art connoisseur to feast their eyes to a range of sculptures. The key to the exhibition is the varied style by both masters and contemporary artists on bronze.  With each sculpture, one can observe the complicated search, by the artist, of aesthetic possibilities.

Tales Of Life And Beyond

DATE

21st Feb – 27th Feb

TIME

11:00am – 06:00pm

ADDRESS

Lalit Kala Akademi, 35, Ferozeshah Road, Rabindra Bhawan, Mandi House, Near Doordarshan Building, Connaught Place, Central, Delhi NCR

Tales Of Life And Beyond, is an exhibition that will be showcasing the solo artwork by Parul.  From a very young age, she was drawn to the imaginary world that surrounds us, and in her work here one can notice the expression of the same, using vivid colourful hues. Different tones of human emotions ranging from happiness to bliss, hope and despair can be seen reflecting on the canvas.

EVENT IN GOA

Spires In The Sky

DATE

20th Feb – 13th Mar

TIME

10:00am – 07:00pm

ADDRESS

Gallery Gitanjali, E – 212, 31st January Road, Mala Fontainhas, Near Panjim People’s, Panaji, North, Goa

Spires In The Sky is a lyrical meditation of the Churchscapes of Goa by Sadguru Chendvankar. The visual poetry in Sadguru’s paintings, with their compositional symmetry and almost geometrical rhythm, have for long evoked a visceral yet meditative response in the viewer. The elegance of his composition lies in his ability to create layer by layer, an endearing yet intriguing landscape of the land he loves, not just as a place, but as a state of mind.

An Institute in himself, the septuagenarian Sadguru has been a mentor to generations of Goan artists for over 3 decades. A printmaker by training and an expert in cold ceramics, Sadguru enjoys exploring different mediums and this reflects in his body of work. He has studied at the J.J. School of Art in Mumbai and has won several acclaimed awards.

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