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Exhibitions to watch out for

Here are some of the art exhibitions to look out for. Read on.

art-and-culture Updated: Sep 03, 2010 01:53 IST
Hindustan Times

The Point of Touch: A solo art exhibition of 51 art pieces by Russian artist Ludmilla Chakrabarty, talks about different phases of life. She has also used the basis of tribal art for some of her paintings. On till september 5 at the The Open Palm Court Gallery at the India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road

Pop Art: The exhibit is the first solo show by artist John Gilert who has been living in India for the last seven years. It’s a celebration and exploration of the India, the artist has encountered, reflected on, and reacted to. Various multi-media pieces are on display.
On till September 14 at Gallerie Romain Rolland, Lodhi Estate

SOS Ladakh: An exhibition of photographs cum fundraiser organised to collect charity for Ladakh’s flood victims. Several photographers from across the country, such as Samar Jodha, Dinesh Khanna, Prabir Purkayastha, Amit Pasricha, Rajiv Srivastava, Rajbir Singh and many others would be showcasing their valued works for the three day exhibition. On till September 5 at Religare Art Gallery 7 Atmaram Mansion, Level 1, Scindia House, KG Marg.

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