The six paintings, two installations, an art video and a carpet, showcase the aesthetics and inveiglement of art and typify how extolled Asian artists have similar sensibilities and a cultural connect.
The creator of the snake installation, Vibha Galhotra, the lone Indian artist taking part in this exhibition, tells us, "I took inspiration from the human intestine. When I moved from Chandigarh to Delhi some time back, I was always eating out, and battling a bad immune system. This complex-looking piece tells that tale."
Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed, who showcases a woollen handmade carpet at the show, says, "My work explores the traditional idea of the carpet as a space for storytelling. It is influenced from Persian architecture."
We also spoke to Pakistani artist Waqas Khan, who displays a drawing on wasli (handmade paper used for painting miniatures).
"My work explores Sufism. I use wasli, a modern day pen and permanent ink as a medium to explore ideas," Khan says.