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An exhibition sheds light on how we consume food and its influence on our ethical, economic, and artistic values

In a mixed media installation, titled Cooking in Pressure, The Bakudapan, a food study group, has chosen the medium of knitting and hand illustration to showcase their research conducted with the former female political prisoners of 1965.

Sacred Stains: A hard-hitting photo exhibition aims to raise awareness on menstruation

Featuring 33 powerful photographs voicing the stigmas, myths, and concerns surrounding menstruation, the exhibition is on display at Lalit Kala Akademi till 1st June.

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Celebrating the work of the Pritzker Prize awardee, Doshi, is an exhibition in Germany at the Vitra Design Museum

Organised by the museum with the Wustenrot Foundation, curator Khushnu Panthaki Hoof presents 26 projects in the show titled “Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People”.

Pune photo exhibition on ‘dads’ aims to start conversation on gender equality

The Swedish Dads-Indian Dads exhibition is being organised by the Consulate General of Sweden to support gender equality, in collaboration with Swedish companies in Pune, the Swedish Chamber of Commerce in India (SCCI) and the UNDP.

Eighteen artists come together for an exhibition themed around contemporary sociopolitical issues

Installed at the gallery of Delhi’s Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, the work, titled Conceived Mirror, is nudging visitors to delve deeper into present realities just as the works of 17 other artists who feature in the exhibition titled “Voiceover”.

The Melting Pot

An exhibition of South Asian artists presents contemporary issues inherent in the region

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‘The palace is being readied for the Maharaja’

Around 200 works from the Air India collection will be showcased at the refurbished front wing of NGMA’s Jaipur House in Delhi

Made by Machine

What happens when Artificial Intelligence gets creative? An exhibition explores an art form in its infancy

Connecting the Dots

Through illustrations, oil paintings, wooden shields and new-media installations, an exhibition in Delhi showcases the centuries-old Australian Aboriginal art tradition

10-year-old killed, 6 injured after trolley of giant wheel crashes in Andhra Pradesh's Anantapur

Local media also suggest that the onlookers had noticed the loose bolt and had alerted the wheel operator, but he failed to act because he was allegedly drunk.

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