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Art Indus brings together a group exhibition bearing the most comprehensive presentation of work by artists Niladri Paul, Satish Chauhan, Shuvaprasanna and Amit Bhar.

delhi Updated: Oct 27, 2012 00:12 IST

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Expressions

Art Indus brings together a group exhibition bearing the most comprehensive presentation of work by artists Niladri Paul, Satish Chauhan, Shuvaprasanna and Amit Bhar. The exhibition features exceptional paintings of these artists. The work of Shuvaprasanna is one of the main attractions of the exhibition. He had a varied career and was known as a painter, sculptor, educationist, writer and art activist.
11-7 pm, till November 5,
Art Indus Gallery 37, Chankya Place.
For details, call: 8130188031

Memory lane

Ananth Padmanabhan, a self taught photographer, discovered a passion for photography in his early thirties. His early work has been featured on and in books by Penguin and Rough Guides, a travel guidebooks publisher. Calcutta, Walking in the City is both a personal journey and a tribute to the many years he spent in the publishing industry.

10-8 pm, November 2-10,
Experimental Art gallery, IHC.
For details, call: 9958480514

Looking out for spaces

Witness To Change is part of the Indo-German Urban Mela, organised to commemorate 60 years of Indo-German diplomatic relations. Witness To Change explores how images have been used to capture the way in which spaces change, grow and develop, with a focus on changing city spaces.

The images have been selected from an independent publication and exhibition in Germany called Ein Tag Deutschland (One Day
in Germany), and also from the work of photographers who have contributed to PIX, a photography quarterly over the last year.

10am - 10 pm, October 27 - November 4, Indraprastha ‘Millennium’ Park.
For details, call: 9871181775

Listen

The richness of music

Musical Diversity is a project of dancing conferences, born as a new way to value the Dominican tradition and recognise the African influences in the music and the dance forms of the Caribbean. The focus is on the different identities of the ‘mestizo’ (mixed) and the richness of the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Jamaica and Puerto Rico. The event will see performances by Soraya Franco an artist, choreographer, researcher, explorer.
7pm, October 27,
Instituto Cervantes.
48, Hanuman Road.
For details, call: 4368 1900

Watch

Cinema fete

Fête du Cinéma: French Film Festival 2012, organised by the Alliance Francaise and The French Embassy in India, brings together a collection of eight films for movie aficionados.

Among the many featuring films is Tomboy directed by Céline Sciamma. It is a story of ten-year-old Laure. Taking advantage of her settling in a new neighbourhood, the girl leads her friends to believe that she is a boy. Laure is thus transformed into Michael. Lisa, a girl from the group, falls in love with Michael. But Laura can no longer pretend and will have to reveal her secret to Lisa.

2-8 pm, till October 28,
ML Bhartia Auditorium,
Alliance Francaise de Delhi.
For details call: 43500200