“It is worse to stay where one does not belong at all than to wander about lost for a while and looking for the psychic and soulful kinship one requires” -- Women who run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola. Taking off from the seminal text by the Jungian analyst Clarissa... ... READ MORE>>
In association with Apeejay Arts the Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan and IfA are delighted to present Rosemarie Trockel. The exhibition is part of a series of monographic exhibitions in the ifa-program that includes Sigmar Polke, Georg Baselitz and Gerhard Richter. Against the backdrop of an art scene that has... ... READ MORE>>
Deathlessness, a solo exhibition by USA and India based film artist Ashish Avikunthak. For his first exhibition in Delhi, Avikunthak presents a suite of five works spanning sixteen years which reflect his ongoing inquiry into the nature of life and death, the intersectionRead more of time and filmic / narrative... ... READ MORE>>
A site-specific installation and live music performance by Wanphrang Diengdoh and the band Tarik...
Panel Discussion about Street Art with Hanif Qureshi, Aastha Chauhan, Arjun Behl and Yogesh Saini ...
Panel Discussion on Fashion and Design from the Northeast and Beyond : Regional Histories- Global Platforms ...
This workshop to introduce young people to the visual culture of Nagaland via a hands-on session where they will make and manipulate shadow puppets with experienced artists and educators....
Group Discussion Samar Singh Jodha shall be in conversation with Georgina Maddox and Prashant Panjiar about his exhibition "Outpost."...
Photographer and installation artist, Samar Singh Jodha’s recent exploration is a visual disquisition on the contemporary global culture in which individual aesthetic notions are framed by commercial interests, and homogenised by mass mediaRead more to the extent that spontaneous individual expressions often emerges as accidental bi-product. Jodha highlights this unusual state... ... READ MORE>>
On 29 October 2014, Apeejay Arts opened with “Carnival of Dissent”, a group show featuring Indian and international artists/filmmakers who position themselves at the cusp of political activism and creative practiceRead more The exhibition reflected the spirit of these turbulent times, and our social, political and creative responses to them.... ... READ MORE>>