Art

For women

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, artist Premila Singh exhibits her beautiful yet thought-provoking body of work Who am I? Premila’s artworks highlight the burning issues related to women.

Having spent the last 20 years in various African countries, she has captured women and their varied emotions in her paintings. The exhibition portrays and supports the cause of oppressed and exploited sex. Venue: Lokayata Art Gallery, Hauz Khas
Village, March 8 to 11.
Time: 11 am to 7 pm.

Sculptures and paintings

As a part of the celebration of International Women’s Day, a group of women artists like Bipasha Sen Gupta, Gagan Vij among others have come together with their exhibition Women Beyond Boundries. The exhibition will showcase pieces of valuable sculptures and paintings by artists related to the social cause  (what is the cause) and focusing on women’s empowerment and justice” to commemorate the day. Venue: Modi Hall, August Kranti Marg, March 9 to 14. Time: 11 am to 7 pm.

Nature and Human

Rhythm of Elements is an exhibition of drawings and paintings by Dr Balesh Jindal. The show explores the harmony between five
elements of nature, human body and the soul. Jindal is a doctor by profession but passionate about paintings and her works adorn the walls of numerous prominent art collectors in the country and abroad. Venue: India Habitat Centre, March 15 onwards. Time: 10 am to 8 pm.

Celebrating Tagore

Whether long-established and celebrated to the emerging ones, folk artists or photographers, all have assimilated the quintessence of Tagore and conceptualised works in diverse styles, range, aesthetics and perception to commemorate 150 years of the birth anniversary of poet-laureate Rabindranath Tagore. Each of the artistes has responded to Tagore with their own distinctive understanding and their works are being brought under the exhibition titled Tagore Lost and Found. Venue: Art Bull, SIS House, Lado Sarai, till March 31. Time: 11 am to 7 pm.

Metallic work
K S Radhakrishnan, after having installed many open air sculptures across the country, has come up with a solo art exhibition, where his figures appear as though in a fight. The sculptures are made using metal pillars where both the geometric and organic shapes have been welded together. The artist has given his figures an earthy rootedness. Venue: A-689 A, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon, March 9 to April 9. Time: 11 am to 7 pm.

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