Pick of the week
The India Design Forum, with the Australian High Commission brings to you, an exhibition of Australian urbanism titled and ‘Now and When’, a 3D exhibition featuring spectacular architectural visions of Australia's potential urban future in 2050 and beyond.art and culture Updated: Jan 26, 2013 01:08 IST
Life in 3D
The India Design Forum, with the Australian High Commission brings to you, an exhibition of Australian urbanism titled and ‘Now and When’, a 3D exhibition featuring spectacular architectural visions of Australia's potential urban future in 2050 and beyond. The exhibition showcases leading Australian architects, designers and urban planners for the first time in Delhi. It presents a new angle on the possibilities inherent in our cities.
11am - 7pm, till January 31, India International Centre, Call: 24619431. Entry Free on all days.
Photoink presents an exhibition Sleepers, a sequel to the series of colour photographs by Dhruv Malhotra. This series emerged from his first work, Noida Soliloquy, which was exhibited in 2010. If photographs from Noida Soliloquy were largely marked by the absence of people, Sleepers is defined by their presence. What sets the night photographs apart is his intention to reveal what is concealed in the shadows of darkness.
11am - 7pm, till Mar 2, Photoink, 1, Jhandewalan. Call 28755940
Lalit Kala Vikas Parishad brings to you Akhil Bhartiya kala Pradarshini, which would be celebrating regional forms of art in the paintings in its natural form without any glamour. Works of Ramshabd Singh would be on
display who has been continuously working in the area of regional art. Some of the 55 artists showcasing their work are Abhimanyu Sinha, Ram Bali Prajapati, Bindu Prajapati, Neelima Gupta and Sanju Dass among others.
5.30 pm, January 28, 4/6,
Siri Fort Institutional Area.
Art for all
The fifth edition of India Art Fair, will include exhibitors from 24 countries. Cutting edge media work and video art is what Shrine Empire gallery is bringing. A cupboard full of memories from Sri Lanka’s volatile history by artist Anoli Perera, an installation of antiques by Samanta Batra Mehta, video about violence by Priyanka Dasgupta will be some highlights.
2 pm onwards, February 1-3,
NSIC Exhibition grounds, Okhla
In a group show Lasting Impressions some renowned printmakers experiment with varieties of original prints like lithograph, woodcut, engraving, intaglio, etching, serigraph. In an attempt to promote the art form of printmaking Art Perspective has invited printmakers across the country to participate in the exhibition.
11am -7pm, till February 28, Art Perspective, F-213/D, Lado Sarai. Call 40564889
If you would like to learn some new moves you can enrol in the classes and attend workshops organised by The Gati Dance Forum. The workshop explores the Japanese dance form Butoh and Kalarippayattu classes teach you traditions of martial training.
From January 27, S-17, Khirkee Extension, Opposite Select City Walk. To register email firstname.lastname@example.org