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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, April 12, 2013
First Published: 22:06 IST(12/4/2013) | Last Updated: 22:07 IST(12/4/2013)

A solo exhibition of the works of artist Vikash Kalra titled Angels of History is presented by Siddharth Tagore and is curated by Johny ML. Inspired by the works of Pablo Picasso and Souza, the artist worked his ways through the dense forest of Indian art scene.

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April 16-19, Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Call: 9899227002

Cause with a mission
A dance performance, workshop and installations by contemporary dancers is organised to search for new movement mediums

April 12, 7.00 pm, The Japan Foundation, Lajpat Nagar, Call: 26442967

Profound meanings
A group show called Nine Painters gives a much needed expression to the unexplored thoughts that surround us through the course of our life. The particpating artists are Abhimanyu Sinha, Anil Tato, Proloy Kondu, Mamoon Nomani,  Gokaran Singh among others. The artists have worked on their deeperthoughts and have chosen a medium that not expresses but forces you to explore these realms of life. The paintings are vivid with a display of craft and a willingness to look beyond the ordinary in life and that makes it a visual treat.

April 13 onwards, A-21, Sector-58, NOIDA, Call: 0120-2580034

Love thy neighbours
A group show by Pakistani artists titled Crossing Over, is the bringing of disparate artworks intended to explore new meanings. The works at times merge and diverge creating crossovers with each other on irregularly chartered routes; the exhibition hopes to explore these new meanings fashioned within the boundaries effervescing globally and bring peace and happiness to minds.

11 am to 7 pm, Till March 2, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai, Call: 46791111


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