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A pocket-friendly art exhibition

A pocket-friendly art exhibition...

art and culture Updated: Nov 20, 2009 18:09 IST

Sublime Senses— An Affordable Art Show is an exhibition of paintings and sculptures by various artists, such as Adittee Garg, Alka Jhamb, Anita Trehan, Surekha Sadana, Vandanaa Taneja, Sudhir Pillai and Ragini Sinha. The USP of the show is that all works on display come at a price tag that doesn’t burn a hole in the pocket.

The exhibition continues till November 26 at Arpana Art Gallery, 4/6, Khel Gaon Marg , Institutional Area, Siri Fort Road, from 11 am to 7 pm

Capturing impermanence
Transience — A photographic salutation to Impermanency by Delhi-based photographer Siddhartha Tawadey showcases photographs based on the medieval Buddhist concept of Mujo, which literally means ‘no permanence’. Tawadey’s studio is the dark room, where he ‘creates’ works that signify the impermanent and momentary aspects of our existence, such as birth, growth, change, decay, death, organic forms, constructs of society and time, etc.

On till November 22 at Travancore Art Gallery, Travancore Palace, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Connaught Place.

Retrieval systems
Gallery Art Alive presents Retrieval Systems, featuring works by Alex Fernandes, Baiju Parthan, GR Iranna, B Manjunath Kamath and Tina Bopiah. Curated by Ranjit Hoskote, the show’s theme is the preoccupation with image archives and transfigured iconographies.

On till Nov 23 at Visual Arts Gallery, IHC, Lodhi Road, and from Nov 26 to Dec 2 at Art Alive Gallery, S-221, Panchsheel Park