When we speak of Europe's influence on India, art can't be far behind.delhi Updated: Jan 12, 2012 17:14 IST
When we speak of Europe's influence on India, art can't be far behind. Inspired by the works of Italian artist Artemisia Gentileschi, and her depiction of Judith and Holofernes, where Judith (a Jewish widow) seduces Holofernes - an Assyrian tyrannical invader - to save her land, seven women artists come together to showcase 'And The Falchion Passed Through His Neck'. The paintings are a representation of female empowerment in contemporary society, where each work is inspired by a female heroine where the artist herself is strong female figure.
Till January 15 2012, 11am-7pm, Latitude 28, F 208, G/F, Lado Sarai, call 46791111 for further details
Dogs' day out
From the incorrigible Marley, the protective Beethoven to the nonchalant Comet, canines always tug at our hearts, infusing us with their boundless love and energy. What better occasion to pamper your pet? Head to the The Canine Fest 2011 today. It's a dog carnival organised by Pet Club India, Max Vets and The German Shepherd Club-Delhi. A day-long event filled with contests, grooming tips, games etc, don't miss out on the fashion show, a healing camp to treat depressed pets as well as professional photographers to click their portfolios. Dec 24, 9am onwards. Mount St. Mary's School, Delhi Cantt, 9810366145
Take a walk through history
Over many centuries, Delhi has developed its diversity through equally diverse cultures. Join curator Himanshu Verma as he takes you through a '360-degree view of Delhi', one of the most historically rich cities of the world. Titled '1100 Walks', the name comes from the pin code of Delhi. Historians regard 11 as the end of classical age and the beginning of Islamic age in Delhi. Colloquially, 11 is also regarded as a symbol of walking. 1100 Walks will also have workshops on Indian culture and arts like cooking and floral decoration. Jan 7-Feb 5 2012, through historical places of Delhi, call 41671100 for more details.