Calendar

Jan
3
Wed
‘Glorious Ajanta’ photography show of Ajanta Caves @ Twin Art Gallery
Jan 3 @ 11:00 am – Jan 22 @ 7:00 pm
'Glorious Ajanta’ photography show of Ajanta Caves @ Twin Art Gallery | New Delhi | Delhi | India

`Glorious Ajanta’ photography show on the beautiful paintings and digital restoration of Ajanta Caves in collaboration with Prasadpawar Foundation.

Jan
12
Fri
“Winter Collection” solo show of paintings by Divyaman Singh @ All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS)
Jan 12 @ 11:00 am – Jan 25 @ 7:00 pm
"Winter Collection" solo show of paintings by Divyaman Singh @ All India Fine Arts & Craft Society (AIFACS) | New Delhi | Delhi | India

“Winter Collection” solo show of paintings by Divyaman Singh

The Artist is presenting 22 art works of oil on canvas in this show. The art works are all thought oriented and depict a range of emotions. It is an amalgamation of colours, black and white landscapes and larger than life figures.

Jan
16
Tue
“Layers of the Gaze” Drawings By Andreia Dulianel @ Art Gallery
Jan 16 @ 11:00 am – Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm
"Layers of the Gaze" Drawings By Andreia Dulianel @ Art Gallery | New Delhi | Delhi | India

“Layers of the Gaze” Drawings on fabric, travel journals and drawing books By Andreia Dulianel, plastic artist from Brazil.

The exhibition also features plastic productions created during her artist residency in India. The works reveal a process of construction through a process of layering, in the veiling and unveiling of forms, through overlaps and transparencies of the elements of visual language

 

Feb
16
Fri
Jashn – e – Ishqa : Celebration of Love @ India Islamic Cultural Centre
Feb 16 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Jashn - e - Ishqa : Celebration of Love @ India Islamic Cultural Centre | New Delhi | Delhi | India

Ever heard Valentine’s day is western culture? That we Indians should not indulge in it? Ever heard society shame someone or put up religious or cultural rulings to stop people from observing this day?

Do you really think you are the only one affected?

Well, won’t say Breative have come up with a solution, but maybe a Desi version of Valentine’s day! Maybe our culture does not permit observing a day for love, but what about our very own Ishq?

On 16th of February (yeah yeah, post valentine’s day, parents won’t object this way you know 😉 ),Asim Khan, the founder of “The 1988 Company” is organizing an event at Indian Islamic Cultural Center for the purpose of celebrating love. And not merely to celebrate love, but to quench the thirst of lovers that the society quite rightfully bans. “Jashn-e-Ishqa” is not merely for lovers, it is for all kinds of Aashiq, as we try to bring together today’s youth with our culture. Ishq is something very intrinsic to the Indian society. Among relations, friends, hidden behind that casual verbal fight, all we can see is Ishq.

On 16th of February, they bring together all the different cultures and colors of Indian society under a single umbrella. The idea is not merely a merry making of couples, but the enjoyment of Indian youth with the Ishq of our very Indian culture. To be more precise, we would celebrate the Ishq in the form of Poetry, Story Telling, Sufi Music, Painting and Photography exhibitions, and a Panel Discussion on Love.

The 1988 Company hopes to reach the hearts of live audience by this event and to write a history in the name of Jashn-e-Ishqa in the world backed by love.

And if someone tells you love is something to be hidden behind a curtain, behind a closed door, given them a peg on cheek, a tight hug and let them revel in the mysteries of love!

Entry by registration only. Do register yourself at https://goo.gl/forms/75d8w8ZJyv0EHM5q2