Show Stealers

Women artists from across India come together under one roof to allow art lovers a peep into what inspires or provokes them.

Written by Express News Service | Published:April 2, 2012 4:18 am

Delhi

Write Choice

World Book Day celebrations at Instituto Cervantes mean a calendar packed with events such as poetic dialogues and workshops on narrative creation. Among the highlights are a meeting with Spanish writer Ruben Abella on April 11,and with Hispanic-Peruvian writer Diego Valverde on April 17. Contact: 43681900

Life in a Metro

Citiscapes,a solo art exhibition by Vimmi Indra,explores life in a city. Indra,who has studied under the eminent artist Anjolie Ela Menon,will be showcasing her works till April 8 at Triveni Gallery,Triveni Kala Sangam. Contact: 23718833

Mumbai

Sound Sense

Sarangi player Murad Ali,sitarist Kushal Das,tabla player Aditya Kalyanpur and bansuri player Rupak Kulkarni make up the roster at the third edition of Saz-e-Bahar,NCPA’s festival of Indian instrumental music. The two-day event begins on April 5. Contact: 22824567

Drip Drop

Waterbearers,a show at Design Temple,Colaba,explores the importance of water in a collection of floral installations and archival prints. Presented by Divya Thakur of Design Temple and Nazneen Jehangir of Libellule,the show comprises objects that are used to store water. The show will be held till April 15. Contact: 22821001

Pune

Paper Spray

This artist doesn’t use brushes or paints to create works of art. Instead,Ranu Chakraborty crafts paper into an array of forms,some of which will be on display at Malaka Spice,Koregaon Park,till April 15.

Curtain Call

Six stories that explore a range of emotional dynamics will play out at the amphitheatre of Shikshangan. Shaam-e-Dramae will be held on April 7,between 5 pm and 7pm. Contact: 9623749223

Chandigarh

La Femme

Women artists from across India come together under one roof to allow art lovers a peep into what inspires or provokes them. The display of 150 works at Panjab University Gallery includes photographs,graphics and sculptures. The exhibition will be held till April 4.

Building Plans

Architect Raj Rewal,well-known for his design of the Nehru Pavilion and the Parliament Library in Delhi,will visit Chandigarh for an exhibition titled Raj Rewal: the Art of Architecture. On display at the Government Museum and Art Gallery will be a range of models and panels. The exhibition will be held from April 3 to 17.

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