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16 is a solo show by contemporary artist Sunaina Bhalla. Using the background narrative of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, she has deconstructed the characters of key women in these epics.These 16 women are examined through paintings, sculpture and installations, with the focus being on the relative balance between the three colours of black, white and red, representing three different emotions that are experienced – with the balance of the palette denoting degrees of the dominant emotion.

When: November 16

Time: 6 pm onwards

Where:  Art Konsult, 3-A, Ground Floor Hauz Khas Village

Culturally aware and fusion music lovers must block their evenings as the 11th edition of Delhi International Art Festival is coming to DLF Promenade. Various artists and bands from Norway, Hungary and Taiwan are all set to dazzle you with pulsating fusion of rock Sufi and Indie music. Spread over three days, this festival will spread the energetic vibes and make you groove.

When: November 17 to 19

Where:DLF Promenade

Nayaab is the fifth edition of the exhibition celebrating the incredible artistry and range of Indian weaves, curated by Rupa Sood and Sharan Apparao. It seeks to embody the traditions of our textile heritage and tell behind-the-scene stories of the countless hands that have worked to create these masterpieces.

The two-day exhibition will highlight a capsule collection by accomplished designers. Each design pays tribute to the ancient traditional textiles of the country and presents them in new, eclectic ways.

When: November 23 to 25

Where:The Chinmaya Mission

After having performed at thousands of shows across the globe, Europe's magical legend Alexander Magu is coming to India for the first time  to perform at Roseate House's very own performance space, Upstage. Alexander seemingly manipulates your perception of the world by reading your thoughts and ultimately making the impossible appear possible!

When: November 2 to 17

Where: Roseate House

Paris-based artist Maya Burman’s solo exhibition Joie De Vivre: Celebrating Life marks her return to the city after 10 years. The artist works mainly in pen, ink and watercolour. Her paintings are delicate, intricately detailed with a strong fantasy element. “Joie De Vivre is something that I expect to give to people,” says the 46-year-old, “My painting is neither contemplative, nor meditative. There is a lot of dynamics involved. It’s not a cold allegorical image of joie de vivre. I show the small joys that we all have in everyday life.”

When:November 16 to December 7

Where:Gallerie Ganesha at Triveni Kala Sangam

 
 
 
 
 

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