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The Delhi Contemporary Art Week 2021 Is Not To Be Missed

A showcase of contemporary art coupled with promoting new talent is the vibe of the season

By Anavi Chander  April 10th, 2021

The ongoing fourth edition of the Delhi Contemporary Art Week (DWAC) at Bikaner House, located at the centre of the capital has an exciting mix of artworks, walkthroughs, and workshops celebrating seven galleries in the city coming together for a common mission. Their unified vision is aimed at educating, showcasing and promoting contemporary art. From Blueprint 12, Exhibit 320, Gallery Espace, Latitude 28 to Nature Morte, Shrine Empire and Vadehra Art Gallery, the artist line-up is nothing short of impressive. 


The DCAW is providing a platform for South Asian artists to present their craft under one roof. Be sure to check out Reha Sodhi’s exhibit titled Residues. Her work around South Asian contemporary art, architecture and textiles have been widely acknowledged and this is your chance to experience her genius.

The spacious venue will allow for following social distancing in accordance with the pandemic guidelines. The experience will be a safe one in the wake of COVID-19 with all protocols taken into consideration and implemented thoughtfully. 

Swipe for a look at some of the exciting pieces you can check out.

Art: Divya Singh; Shrine Empire
Art: Khadim Ali; Latitude 28
Art: Meghana Gavireddygari; Blueprint 12
Art: Waseem Ahmed; Latitude 28
Art: Namrata Arjun; Blueprint 12
Art: Parul Gupta; Nature Morte
Art: Samanta Batra Mehta; Shrine Empire 
Art: Sudipta Das; Latitude 28