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Vol. XXV No. 11, September 16-30, 2015
Till September 30: in/between the i exhibition of paintings and/Installation by Thryambaka Karthik (at DakshinaChitra Museum).
Till September 30: A series of exhibitions by five artists were chosen and curated from the Ostkreuz School of Photography, Berlin, and will be presented at the Goethe Institut in the forthcoming months. The first two artists and their works are:
Arkanuam by Aras Gokten, focusing on the relation of human beings to their urban environment and architecture.
Aus der Nacht tiefdunklem Schatten by Katharina Ira Allenberg. The work is about dreams, distant realities and memories of them. With the visualisation of these thoughts, she immerses herself into a world which seems to be far from realism (at Goethe-Institut).
Till September 30: Dancing seaweeds, an exhibition by Catherine Lenior. Featured will be her etchings and paintings on seaweeds and classical dance forms (at DakshinaChitra museum).
Till September 30: Reflections of An Autumn Sun: an exhibition of paintings by JMS Mani, known for his impressionistic style and the Badami series (at Apparao Infinity)
Till September 30: Everywhere, Everyday, an exhibition of artworks by different artists who explore the five elements of nature and its relationship to the five senses of the human body (at The Leela Galleria).
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September 20-24: The Park’s New Festival 2015 organised by Prakriti Foundation.
September 20: Book release: Until the Lions by Karthika Nair (at Alliance Francaise, 7 p.m.)
September 22: AP Ensemble’s The Colliding Worlds Project. Musical dialogue between Indian classical and folk with jazz and hip-hop (at Sansara. The Park, 8 p.m.).
September 23: EnFlightenment – A devised piece of physical comedy by Rupesh Till (at Sansara, The Park, 8 p.m.).
September 24: Torobaka – A dance duet by Akram Khan and Israel Galvan (at Sir Mutha Venkata Subbarao Auditorium, 7 p.m.)