28th October 2022 - 30th October 2022
Hans Sahityotsav is a literary festival, concentrating on Hindi literature, with a special focus on women's writings. The sessions will involve panels of renowned Hindi writers, thinkers, critics, publishers, theatre and film directors, and scriptwriters with a special focus on women. There would be cultural programs like Kavita Path, Daastan Goye, Short Plays, classical dance, and Music. .
15th October 2022 - 22nd October 2022
As the iconic megastar @amitabhbachchan turns 80 in India’s 75th year, he could well be India’s mirror; the many faces of his life, in all their triumph and tumult, a reflection of his country. . India’s most accomplished and interesting artists are exhibiting— from across artistic traditions — to show us the India that Bachchan reveals to them in the mirror of his spectacular life and work. . Join us and check the exhibition out between 15th - 22nd October 2022. Timings: 11am - 7pm Venue: CCA gallery, first floor at Bikaner House, New Delhi 110003
12th October 2022 - 22nd October 2002
The exhibition will cover paintings, installations and mixed-media works by the artist, alongside programming to engage and involve diverse audiences including regular walkthroughs, hip-hop performances, workshops and talks. This is part of a travelling show that would go to Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai. The opening preview would also include music performances.
06th October 2022 - 28th October 2022
March to Freedom in collaboration with Bikaner House after a stellar showing in Kolkata in partnership with the Indian Museum as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, the Government of India’s year-long celebration on the occasion of the 75th year of Independence. Rather than following the usual chronological path, the story is structured around eight themes—each representing one arena, or stage, on which the anti-colonial struggle took place, to expand the story beyond politics, politicians, and battles. . Opening 6 October 2022 at Bikaner House, New Delhi, it will be on view for three weeks until 28 October 2022 at the Main Art Gallery and Ballroom, Main Building, Bikaner House, New Delhi 110003.
09th October 2022 - 24th March 2023
06th October 2022 - 12th October 2022
In February /March 2020, Sangeeta created the longest Indigo Painting on sustainable handspun khaddar textile, titled: Aadiyogi shiv - a journey in cosmic indigo. Handmade fabric is environment friendly and natural color and dye are handmade too, they are chemical-free. Therefore, to promote sustainable living and promote natural indigo, she decided to create this painting on natural sustainable khaddar fabric with organic indigo color and dye. Concept and Curatorial intent: Sangeeta Gupta and art critic Uma Nair.
08th October 2022 - 17th October 2022
A contemporary art exhibition with a dialogue between a Brazilian and an Indian artist, two artists of different generations, whose works connect in conception and ideas: Rodrigo Garcia Dutra and Samit Das. The event will be an exhibition with paintings, drawings, and objects. It will also have a panel for discussion between artists and curators, with the participation of representatives of the Embassy as well. It is open to the public.