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delhi Updated: Dec 29, 2012 00:07 IST
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artists' vision

Secret eye

The artists' vision often streches beoynd the ordinary and has often the potential of instilling hope and faith in troubled times. A sculpture and art show titled Harmony aims to start the new season on a colourful note. The show will exhibit the works of four acclaimed artists Saranjit Singh Sarna, NS Rana, LN Rana and Prince Chand. The aim of the show is to bring under one roof the distinct styles, creativity and talent. Dec 28-Jan 2, Where: Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road. Call: 9873271565 For details call: 9811422045

Calm corner
Kashmiri Khosa's paintings are inspired by ancient Indian texts like Upanishads. He has tried to transform ideas and thoughts of Upanishads into modern visual language of art. The showcase titled Mind and Mountains give us the idea of the roots of our being. Kashmiri Khosa has held more than twelve solo exhibitions of his paintings at Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. His artistic enquiry impelled him to collaborate with contemporaries in poetry, literature and theatre.

Date: Jan 3-10 2013, Where: Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi, Call: 46707070

Creative abundance
The creative interpretation of life and its myriad forms when replicated in art can give a unique dimension to the work of an artist. For a lover of art too, understanding a work of art is a studied and layered process which comes with a deeper knowledge of art and its forms. It's a deep web of creativity. An exhibition showcasing life's reality, an interpretation of desires, an expression of values with reference to culture and ideas is what you can witness at the group show of artist Niladri Paul, Satish Chauhan, Shuva Prasanna, Amit Bhar.

Where: ArtIndus Gallery 37, Santushti Shopping Arcade, Chanakyapuri, Till January 6 11am-7pm, Call: 2688373

Master touch
The pictures can tell a thousand stories without any spoken words. Those who have seen the true meaning behind the pictures will surely agree with this philosophy. With a view to promote the Art of Photography, Anubhav Nath of Ojas Art, is putting together some of the best images that have been captured by the magic lens of renowned Photographer Raghu Rai. 'Extended Edition' will give a chance to art collectors to not just glimpse but also buy some of the most important works by Raghu Rai. An entire solo exhibition in an extended edition of 51 images each is a big first in the evolving field of Indian photography and is delight to watch.

Where: Ojas Art, 1AQ, Qutab Minar, till 6th January, 2013, Timings: 11am to 7pm daily, Call: 26644145

Feel and touch
Nirvana is delighted to present a group exhibition of some of the finest Indian contemporary artistes of today It's a melange of creativity and to single out any one aspect of it is to turn your attention from myriad of other things, those braiding elements of the senses that come together to evoke a continuous & complex response of emotions.Come and experience the finest works of the contemporary artistes and fall in love with colours.

11am- 7 pm, Jan 4th- 10th, Lalit Kala Akademi, Copernicus Marg. For details, call: 9810171410

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