Show stealers

Delhi.

Morning Calm in India

Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Indo-Korean relations, an exhibition in the Capital hosts works by 29 Korean and Indian artists. Together, they reflect a journey for art's own sake and revisit forms that are static, often traversing boundaries. Curated by Min Joo Lee from South Korea and Indian artist Kalicharan Gupta, the exhibition is titled "Spirit of Forms" and is on at Dhoomimal Art Centre, A-8 Connaught Place, till May 15. Contact: 23324492

The Platinum Act

Taking the Sorcar legacy forward is renowned Indian magician PC Sorcar Jr, son of Late PC Sorcar. He will celebrate 100 years of their popular production, Indrajal, this year. Known to involve about 75 on-and-off stage artistes, with laser lights, original music, jadoo girls and about 50 acts of illusions, the 130-minute-long show will be staged in the city till June 9. At FICCI Auditorium, Federation House 1, Tansen Marg. Contact: 23738760

Mumbai.

War on War War on Walls

Artist, academician and art historian KG Subramanyan depicts wars from ancient times to the present day in his massive murals displayed in diptych format at Sakshi Gallery. The 9 feet x 36 feet mural was unveiled at this year's India Art Fair in Delhi and the exhibition will continue to be displayed at the Colaba gallery till June 3. Contact: 66103424

Children at Play

Mumbai-based theatre group Gillo, which exclusively produces plays for children, will stage five productions in the city this month. These include Taoos Chaman ki Myna in Hindustani, Mister Jeejeebhoy and the Birds and Granny's Sari in English, and Kyun Kyun Ladki in Hindi at Prithvi Theatre on May 21 and 22 and at Experimental Theatre, NCPA, between May 24-26. Contact Prithvi Theatre: 26149546 or NCPA:22824567

Chandigarh.

Group Effort

"The Collectives" is a group show that showcases works of 10 artists from across the country. The paintings, photographs and sculptures on display depict various themes, thoughts and reflections of the artists, with a series on Buddha, Holi celebrations in Brij, cut-out photography and ceramic sculptures forming part of the display. The show is on at Art Portfolio, Sector 9, till May 14. Contact: 4243333

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