An exhibition of paintings, sculptures and Sculpturepaintings by Satish Gupta is based on the three main conceptual elements. Vishnu, Shiva and Devi which together formulate into Brahman or The Ultimate Reality.delhi Updated: Jan 11, 2013 23:00 IST
Art for eternity
An exhibition of paintings, sculptures and Sculpturepaintings by Satish Gupta is based on the three main conceptual elements. Vishnu, Shiva and Devi which together formulate into Brahman or The Ultimate Reality.The other major breakthrough according to the artist in his present works is the merging of the second and the third dimension, the flat and the round who calls these creations Sculpturepaintings as one word.
6pm, January 18, Zazen Studio, South City 1 Gurgaon Call: 2496 5798
An ode to divine deities
A unique show of oleographs with highlights such as old pictures from the early 20th century with unique zari and embroidery by Raja Ravi Varma and the popular images of goddesses Lakshmi and Saraswati that most of us have grown up with is what you can witness at the show that brings together the magic of ancient. The Divine Deities an opportunity for art connoisseurs to vision the art of oleographs by Indian Painter, Lt. Raja Ravi Varma. An oleograph is a print made with oil paint, and is made to look like an oil painting. 11am-7pm, January 19-February 28,
Ojas Art, Qutub Minar roundabout, Call: 26644145
The true flavours of the valley
An elaborate wazwaan spread from Kashmir is the perfect way to feast on a winter evening. Enjoy the flavours of Tabak Mass, Safed Murg, Gosthaba and other such treats at an ongoing Kashmiri festival.
January 11-20, Colours 'N' Spice, Asiad Village Restaurant Complex, For details call 9999911557