Lehgato: Beautiful Exhibition of Photographer Sara Wadhwaby Opinion Express August 28, 2018 0 comments
The word used for the latest exhibition of photographer Sara Wadhwa, Lehgato, signifies connection, and therefore, the collections is a set of picture that the photographer captured during her trip to Leh-Ladakh. The exhibition is going to be showcased at the Indian Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road Delhi, on August 29th to 31st. Timing: 10:30 am to 8:00 pm.
Kathak dancer Astha Dixit will be performing In Search of Love, a dance based musical production. She has studied the art form of Kathak from her gurus Harish Gangani and Malti Shyam. Astha’s delicate art of abhinaya and natural expression on Sufi kalaams has made her a regular performer at Jahan-e-Khusrau every year for Muzaffar Ali. When: September 7 time: 7 pm onwards Where: Kamani Auditorium
>Sham-e-Ghazal, a ghazal concert by Shakeel Ahmed, brings to you a lyrical landscape of deeply expressive emotions and unforgettable ghazals. Enjoy his melodious rendering and original compositions. Time: 6.30 pm when: September 1 Where: Urdu Ghar, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg.
Keepsakes, a solo exhibition of a first-of-its-kind art furniture and paintings, is designed and painted by internationally acclaimed artist Manisha Gawade. The show is presented by Anju Choudhary, founder and director of Wild Ochre and curated by Dr Alka Raghuvanshi. It has taken the artists many years of experimentation and tireless working to design these furniture pieces. time: 11 am to 7 pm When: September 5 to 11 where: Alliance Francaise, Art Gallery, Lodhi Estate.
Panorama-12, meaning unbroken view of a subject, an art exhibition curated by Priyanka Banerjee, celebrates new talent, bringing over 20 artists who will showcase a range of interpretations of contemporary issues of social relevance such as feminism, treatment of animals, spiritual harmony, nature, global warming and so on. When: September 1 to 6 time: 11 am to 7 pm where: Open Palm Court Gallery, IHC, Lodhi Road.
Writer and Courtesy: The Pioneer