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HERITAGE-INSPIRED ART EXHIBITION

Team L&M A scaled architectural model of a 4,000 sq.ft. stone mural on a façade of a building; a step well rendered in marble; a model of Lingaraj Temple crafted from teak wood; an architectural frieze of the Jagannath Temple in Puri; and a mural wall installation depicting the historic garden scenes of Rajasthan. These […]Read More

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Exhibition showcases letters, telegrams and legal documents of Tagore family

Team L&M Art Konsult is holding Quills of Ages, an exclusive exhibition showcasing letters, legal documents, inland letters, and telegrams of the Tagore family from Dwarkanath Tagore, Debendranath Tagore, and Rabindranath Tagore. The show also includes some letters from renowned artists like Jamini Roy, Nandalal Bose, Hemen Mazumdar, Bireswar Sen, Asit Halder, among others, sharing […]Read More

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Exhibition portrays incredible journey of Mirzapur’s women carpet weavers

Team L&M A exhibition showcasing the spectacular female carpet weavers of Mirzapur is on at Delhi’s mirzapur women fought societal norms and patriarchal practices – showing some of the most iconic stories of women empowerment. Called Fate Lines – How the Thread Changed the Destiny of Mirzapur’s Women, the show has 65 photographs taken by journalist […]Read More

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Husnain Soomar’s photographs show spirituality, hope, humanity and joy

Team L&M The Meeting Point, the ongoing exhibition of photographs by Hasnain Soomar at  Delhi’s Dhoomimal Art Gallery is a multi-dimensional convergence of memories, duality, reality, and moments of simple pleasures of life. Displayed in the show are 17 photographs that the artist clicked during the pre-pandemic and pandemic period, which take the viewer to […]Read More

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Mahatma, Mao and photos by Bosshard

Team L&M Seventy years after the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948, an exhibition of photographs of Swiss photographer Walter Bosshard (1892–1975) is likely to shed new light on the Independence movement, the salt march to Dandi in 1930 and the personality of its leader. This will be the first time that these photographs will […]Read More

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