'Stories from My Grandmother' by Subrat Beher showcases work that bridges the lapses between memories

Bas Meeuws, inspired by the Dutch Golden Age tradition of “flower painting”, created wondrous floral still life at "Spring in the Wintertime"
Photograph Courtesy Tasveer Art Gallery

'Wild Tree' by GR Iranna dabbles with two colours and proclaims, "Everything is Black and White"

'Urban Lizard' by Kruti uses patchwork and embroidery for her intricate projects in "Vocabularies"

Haraprasad Tripathy takes you through the abstract version of the physical world

'Animal Endangered' by Manisha Agarwal transforms the unknown objects into what it could be

5 super fun art exhibitions you need to attend in May

by Sakshi Agrawal May 04, 2018 We've curated a list of top art exhibitions that you can attend this month to beat the heat. 


Lapses 2
Curated by Anushka Rajendran, Lapses 2 is an exhibition that brings together artists like Neerja KothariKartik Sood and Gautam Kansara amongst others who protect their memories from lapses by displaying works in varied forms of paintings, drawings, installations and videos. 

When: April 12 to May 12, 2018
Where: Sakshi Gallery, Arthur Bunder Road, Colaba, Mumabi 05

Spring in the Wintertime
Tasveer takes us through the works of Bas Meeuws, a Dutch photographer, at this exhibition. Find a selection of 43 photographs which showcases his new and previously unseen Indian work alongside the Dutch Golden Age tradition of “flower painting” which inspired his early floral still life. 

When: May 11 to May 31, 2018
Where: Tarq, Apollo Bunder, Colaba 01


Everything is Black and White
Take a walk into the world of black and white as the artists at this exhibition put aside the color spectrum to give you paintings that explore tranquility. Expect to find works by eminent artists like MF HussainA BalasubramaniumAnupam Sud and Gigi Scaria amongst others. 

When: May 4 to June 15, 2018
Where: Palette Art Gallery, 14 Gold Links, New Delhi 03

Witness the works of three artists SarikaShaila and Kruti Thakker who showcase their artistic vocabularies using unusual materials and processes. Explore Sarika’s use of feathers, fabric and shells; Shaila’s use of mundane daily objects to create life sculptures by twisting and turning; and Kruti’s use of patchwork and embroidery. 

When: April 15 to May 30, 2018
Where: Gallery Art Positive, Old Mehrauli Badarpur Road, New Delhi 30

Nature | Deliberated
This exhibition takes you through the observed physical world by transforming the unknown objects into an idea of what it could be. Curated by Monica Jain, expect to find paintings by Indian artists like Divya PandeyKundan Mondaland Pradeep Kumar KP amongst others. 

When: April 14 to May 31, 2018
Where: Art centrix Space, Jain farm, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

'Animal Endangered' by Manisha Agarwal transforms the unknown objects into what it could be