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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, October 12, 2012
First Published: 21:43 IST(12/10/2012) | Last Updated: 21:51 IST(12/10/2012)

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Colours alive

Five artists present Colors of Life, a group show of contemporary art. The works are accomplished using various mediums such as acrylic and oil, on varied surfaces such as canvas and hand-made board. The artists include Aneeta Shah, Mona Sharma, Subrata Dhar, Deepak Sharma and Bhupen Mandal.

5-8 pm, October 14-20, Lalit Kala Akademi. For details, call: 23009200

Explorations

A solo exhibition of an artist immersed in aestheticism and progressive art, with a strong wanderlust gene titled, Through my Eyes, will showcase artworks capturing the realism of Usha Hooda’s world. The artist creates a diverse range of work including nudes, trees, horses and the like, which are textured in mediums such as oils, charcoal and pastels.

10am-8pm, October 15-20, Visual Arts Gallery, IHC. For details, call: 9871275194

Studying inherent violence

Vasudevan Akkitham, presents a solo show titled Grid of Fire intended to be a response to the violence that has become a part of our existence. The show, which consists of large and small works, portrays the world of animals to narrate a doomsday tale. The habitat of animals and the future environment of human beings have been depicted in the paintings, with an emphasis on the fact that widespread destruction is in the offing. Set in an imaginary burning jungle, stories unfold like narratives. What makes this imagination contemporary is the way in which they are morphed in to urban settings.

10am-8pm, October 15-20, Visual Arts Gallery, IHC. For details, call: 9871275194

For the love of animals

If you have a heart that beats for animals, then you can be a part of celebrations commemorating World Animal Day. An evening dedicated to dogs in an effort to find loving homes for abandoned pets will also feature the Delhi Police Dog Show with displays of obedience, sniffing and tracking by our canine sentinels. The performances will also showcase the extraordinary talents and immaculate training of police dogs. For those looking to provide loving homes to animals, there will be an adoption drive at the event.

4.45-5.45 pm, October 13-14, Select Citywalk, Saket. For details, call: 9654339906

EAT

Hearty treats

Relish authentic Marwari cuisine, in the way it was prepared during times of old when the kitchen was treated as a sacred space. Shraman, the authentic Jain and Marwari cuisine restaurant promises to familiarise you with pure vegetarian (no onion, no garlic) specialties. Jain cuisine, also excludes all vegetables grown underground — potatoes, onions, carrots, etc. In their preparations the Jains do not mix milk with pulses, hence the Jain style kadhi involves boiling yogurt first.

11 am till midnight, Shraman, The Ashok Hotel, Chanakyapuri, Meal for two: Rs. 1500 plus taxes. For details call: 26110101

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Going down under

Experience Australian culture through Oz Fest, launched with a concert featuring iconic singer Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu featuring Adrian Cook.
 
October 16, 7.15 pm, Purana Qila. Open for all pre-register via www.ozfestindia.com

A slice of indian art history

Art Bull presents its third auction titled ‘Autumn Auction’. The highlights of the auction are artists such as the collection of rare works by MF Husain, FN Souza, SH Raza, KG Subramanyan, Ram Kumar, Jamil Naqsh, Jamini Roy, Manjit Bawa, and young contemporaries such as Vivek Vilasini, Shibu Natesan and Ketna Patel. Another highlight is the Toys made by MF Hussain and his drawings and canvases and Manjit Bawa’s miniature done on a yellow background.

6 pm, October 21, The Park.
Call: 9811436878

Dussera revelry

If you thought Gangs of Wasseypur was where the real action lay, wait till you see the Raavans of Titarpur. A festival walk takes you to Titarpur and lets you chat with Raavan makers, and enjoy special jalebis.

October 14, 3-6 pm, Meet at: Rajeev Chowk Metro Stn. Contribute Rs. 1500 per person. Call 41671100

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