Watch out for Inspiring Art Exhibitionby Opinion Express July 9, 2019 0 comments
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Kiran Nadar Museum of Art presents Submergence: In the midst of here and there. The exhibition of Arpita Singh offers an opportunity to view six decades of her art practice. It focusses on her long commitment to painting and its evolution into a personal expressive language. When: Till July 14 Time: 10.30 am to 6.30 pm Where: KNMA, Saket.
Allure Art presents Tres Maestros by three artists Niren Sen Gupta, Niladri Paul and Nupur Kundu. It sports a collective of fresh canvases that dazzle with the brilliance of colour applications, triggering liberating moods and definable strokes. When: July 22 to 26 Time: 11 am to 8 pm Where: Artizen Art Gallery, Pearey Lal Bhawan.
Rupa Publications India presents the book launch of Visible Muslim, Invisible Citizen by Salman Khurshid. It will be followed by a panel discussion among Asaduddin Owaisi, Seema Chishti, Subramaniam Swami, professor Apurvanand and the author. when: July 12 TIME: 6.30 pm Where: Grand Ballroom, The Leela Palace.
The Piano Man brings a soulful experience of jazz. It is led by one of the top jazz singers in India.
The band featuring Paddy on piano, Bihu on drums and Aditya on bass brings to the listener an evening of swing jazz, post bop jazz. WHEN: July 12 Time: 9 pm to 11.55 pm Where: The Piano Man jazz club, Safdarjung Enclave.
ACT Arcus en Ciel Theatre presents Ashadh Ka Ek Din by Mohan Rakesh. The play received a Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for best play in 1959. When: July 21 Time: 7 pm Where: Akshara Theatre.
Writer & Courtesy: The Pioneer