Hip-Hop Dance

Hip-Hop Dance Hip-Hop Dance is also known as street dance which is basically performed in Hip-Hop Music. It includes a large amount of style mainly breaking which was introduced in 1970s and was popular by Unites States. Television shows and 1980s films gave exposure to this dance form & they…

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Photography

PhotographyPhotography is an art of creating beautiful images by recording light or electromagnetic radiation, electronically by means of an image sensor. A lens is used to focus on the subject or object to capture the image in the camera with an electronic image sensor, this produces an electrical charge at…

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Strings n Steps

Though the concept of Strings N Steps was perceived in 2011, its first major program was organized in 2013. Since then the organization has undertaken several endeavours including real time online and offline music and dance classes in addition to hosting yearly festivals and concerts. Like Dislike

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Natyaguru Balakrishna Manjeshwara

Natyacharya Sri Balakrishna Manjeshwar studied Bharatha Natyam under the famous Natya Guru Kala Tapasvi Natyacharya Ullala Mohan Kumar. Subsequently; he studied Mohiniyattam from Kalamandalam Smt. Vimaladevi of Kerala and Kuchupudi from dancer Vidwan Hanumantha Rao of Andhra Pradesh. By the gurus blessings he started ‘Natya Nilayam’ at Manjeshwar in 1983.He…

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Bimal Dasgupta: Painting at Gallery Ganesha

Founded in 1989, Gallery Ganesha promotes India’s rising talents with the aim to increase local interest in contemporary art, create a platform for interaction between artists and spectators, and support mid-career and lesser-known contemporary artists. Showcased the works of one of India’s foremost painters, Bimal Dasgupta was an unusual show for Gallery Ganesha. Born in 1917,…

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Bimal Dasgupta: Painting at Gallery Ganesha

Founded in 1989, Gallery Ganesha promotes India’s rising talents with the aim to increase local interest in contemporary art, create a platform for interaction between artists and spectators, and support mid-career and lesser-known contemporary artists. Showcased the works of one of India’s foremost painters, Bimal Dasgupta was an unusual show for Gallery Ganesha. Born in 1917,…

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The Shape Things Will Take at Gallery Espace

Gallery Espace exhibited works by two well-known contemporary Indian artists: sculptor Valsan Koorma Kolleri and mixed media artist Puneet Kaushik. A graduate of the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Kolleri often uses discarded materials and found objects in his sculptures. Kaushik, with a background in illustration and interior design, works in mixed media – from…

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Aditya Pande: H&M at Nature Morte

Born in Lucknow but turned into a Delhi-wallah, Aditya Pande has shown his work internationally, from Berlin to New York. Pande aims to destroy the boundaries between art forms by adding color and imagery to printed line drawings. The artist has been largely inspired by the ancient civilisations of Harappa and Mohenjo-daro, and aims to explore the…

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Confluence at Gallerie Nvya

One of the best known contemporary art galleries in New Delhi, Gallerie Nvya, in association with Delhi International Airport, offered a unique opportunity for travelers and tourists to catch a glimpse of contemporary Indian art through Confluence – an exhibition that took place in an airport terminal. Located in the Saket mall, the gallery regularly…

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