We keep looking for fun do events in Delhi NCR around Independence Day. We came across this new age art exhibition recently. Indianama is a digital art exhibition that creates artwork through moving images. But how moving is it. Read on for heads-up
Serendipity Arts Festival just concluded at Bikaner House. A host of traditional and modern painting and sculpture were displayed during the event. The program also included performing art events like theatre, storytelling and dance. The Festival was organised by the Serendipity Arts Trust.
Colorama by Art Tree is a display of pieces of painting and sculpture at the foyer of Vivanta by Taj, Dwarka. The exhibition is on from 17th September 2016 to 17th February 2017. We were invited to the opening evening for art viewing over wine and cheese. Some of the artists were also available that evening for interacting with the guests.
We keep marveling at how the definition of art has broadened over time. Paintings, sculptures, photography have made way to new forms of artwork. Our visits to India Art Fair are now a complete new experience. Kiran Nadar Museum of Art recently organised a talk were the concept of “The Coup” was discussed. Not from politics but from art perspective.
National Gallery of Modern Art houses creations by old masters as well as contemporary artists. The impressive Gothic building and the sprawling lawns dotted with pieces of sculptures make one forget the din of the city a few meters away. Given the very effective air conditioning and super affordable ticket prices, this is an ideal retreat for any summer day in Delhi.
India Art Fair 2015
The canvas of India Art Fair has different strokes. traditional to contemporary, oil on canvas to LCDs, paintbrush to Photoshop, sculpture to installations, so on and so forth. The India Art Fair, for the last couple of years, brings to Delhi an esoteric presentation where various galleries from India and overseas flex their collection of art – in any form.
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in Saket holds art exhibitions throughout the year. With no entry fee, this helps in building bridges between art masterpieces and the common man.