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delhi Updated: Jul 20, 2012 23:51 IST

In the middle of chaos
Aashim designs cover for Penguin Books, Nalin is a shutterbug and clean energy enthusiast, Rishab and Samia are graphic designer and an art director for Tehelka respectively, have come together to showcase their other side of their life. These four friends thought of taking a break from their regular mundane office jobs and decided to put together an illustration and photo exhibition, A Return to Circles with an idea of having a good time, just for one day.

"Since these artworks were created with good music as a catalyst, we would like you to experience it in the same way - definitely expect live music-from Pratap Aditya," says Ashim Raj, one of the exhibitors.

Go check out the exhibition if you are keen to discover a whole new creative world. The exhibitors will be showcasing both their published as well as unpublished works at the showing.

Where: The Attic, 36 Regal Building, Connaught Place, July 21, 11 am - 7 pm, Contact 9560090795

Cinematic confluence
Osian's-Cinefan, a film festival from the Osian's Film House Division has come back after a sabbatical of two years in association with Govt of NCT of Delhi. Film connoisseurs could watch the 12th edition of the festival which is being devoted on the Asian and Arab cinema. Apart from this a section has been dedicated to cinema of intolerance, a competitive section that will include that respond to or deal with the intolerance of modern times.

July 27 -August 5, 9.30am to 9.45pm, screenings in Siri Fort Complex, and Blue Frog; Contact 41743166

Evoking nostalgia
Painted in the vivid, red colours of Semul and Palaash, Manoj Kachangal's voice against terrorism and corruption surfaces in a solo show titled Sublime Lands. Kachangal's paintings are bright, textured landscapes and yet they are not just realistic renditions of what he sees around him. A viewer would feel that he has seen these landscapes somewhere ; either in a real journey or in the flights of fancy. These landscapes evoke nostalgia and yet, the more one moves closer towards these enigmatic lands, they seem to transform from the mundane to sublime.

Where: Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, July 21- 25

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