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The future is in the past

entertainment Updated: Mar 05, 2010 02:04 IST
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Gallerie Nvya presents a solo show of Rajesh Kumar Sharma works — Indian Cola and other stories.

Sharma’s works make a conscious effort to rediscover and trace back one’s roots in the living arts of India. The artist’s philosophy — organic things have a mechanical form and historical existence — plays out in his works.
Childhood games and popular images of everyday life become fodder for the artist.

The exhibition is on Space 1: 101-103,Square One Designer Arcade,C-2, District Centre, Saket.

Consumerism on canvas

Artist Dharmendra Rathore’s latest exhibition, Transit Lotus, looks at images from the world of fashion and spirituality and highlights the perils of a materialistic and consumerist society. Presented by Art Pilgrim, the exhibition is on Lalit Kala Akademi, Copernicus Marg till March 11

Beyond the eye

In his latest exhibition, Malevich Matters & Other Shutters, Atul Dodiya reverses and complicates the established relationship between the metal surface and the painted image.

Roller shutters, popular iconographic representations of political visionaries, and other representations make his canvasses rife with meaning and imagery. Presented by Vadehra Art Gallery, the exhibition is on till April 10 at D-178, Okhla Phase 1. Dodiya will also be giving a talk on his work on March 8 at 5 pm at the venue.