Last month, I went for two exhibitions. One of it was in Max Mueller Bhawan about German Graphic design. The work had rich variety with its playfulness and crisp expertise on the varied field of Graphic design. One thing that caught the attention most was the display of work. There were set of panels of eight put together as drawers and set of two as opening chambers. A very mobile and compact way of putting up work and traveling with it.
The second exhibition was the handmade collective by a hundred hands. It featured handicraft from different regions and you could shop around. Here, the work that was new to me was of Ram Soni, National Award winner who belongs to the Sanjhi Art of Paper cutting. With a thin pair of scissors and elegant movement of his fingers, he creates intricate shapes in papers. You can visit their site here and contribute as an artist too - ahundredhands