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Weighing the Scale: Size Matters or Does it

Size in itself does not count for anything, but in relation to something it can pose a problem, be the solution or become a symbol of appreciation or disdain. Gallery Latitude 28 initiates this debate via their inaugural exhibition in Lado Sarai: ‘Size Matters or Does it?

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New Traditions

Do we see such textiles as traditional, modern or contemporary? Of the past or of the present? Or, as the title of this exhibition offers, is it a part of new traditions altogether? The exhibition unfolds with a section devoted to khadi and nationalism, the hand-spun and hand-woven coarse cotton, which Mahatma Gandhi made the symbol of Swaraj India.

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Songs from the Blood of the Weary

Spending time with Rekha Rodwittiya is always fulfilling; you feel her passion, her involvement, and her determination to get her point across. This depth of emotion is reflected in her show at the Jehangir Nicholson Gallery at the Chhtarapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya in Mumbai.

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Papier

Paper has always been ascribed an important space in the realm of the literary, something that has preserved the immortality of words more willingly than any other medium, till the Internet completely revolutionised the way words are consumed.

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Flowing with the Body

With the prominence given to ideas, thoughts and examinations, the human body, has always been understood on the basis of its anatomy. There has been a limited effort made to understand and reflect upon the body, based on a socio-cultural history.

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