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'maximum India' from March 1-20, 2011.

Exhibitions

On this page: List of all the festival events in the Exhibitions genre.
Image for Exhibition: Jitish Kallat: <i>Public Notice 2</i>

Exhibition: Jitish Kallat: Public Notice 2

Jitish Kallat's Public Notice 2 recalls the historic speech delivered by Mahatma Gandhi on the eve of the epic Salt March to Dandi in early 1930 as a protest against the salt tax instituted by the British through some 4,500 bone-shaped letters.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

Hall of Nations

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Image for Exhibition: Reena Saini Kallat: <i>Falling Fables</i>

Exhibition: Reena Saini Kallat: Falling Fables

Reena Saini Kallat's Falling Fables is part of a series of works whose title references architectural ruins that are disintegrating and in a state of collapse.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

North Atrium Foyer

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Image for Exhibition: Bharti Kher: <i>I've Got Eyes at the Back of My Head</i>

Exhibition: Bharti Kher: I've Got Eyes at the Back of My Head

One of India's best-known contemporary artists, Bharti Kher brings her new work comprised of 5,000 vinyl bindis grouped to form targets on the surface of four windows in the Kennedy Center's Grand Foyer.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

Grand Foyer

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Image for Exhibition: <i>To Stir the Still Air – Pankha from the Collection of Jatin Das</i>

Exhibition: To Stir the Still Air – Pankha from the Collection of Jatin Das

Eminent contemporary artist Jatin Das has spent much of his time over the past several decades travelling and collecting traditional hand fans from all over the Indian subcontinent. He brings approximately 40 fans from his remarkable collection.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

North Gallery

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Image for Exhibition: <i>Kaleidoscope: Mapping India's Crafts</i>

Exhibition: Kaleidoscope: Mapping India's Crafts

A large exhibition of traditional crafts from all over India is a central focus of maximum INDIA. Along with the exhibition, there will be live demonstrations by some expert craftsmen, as well as a crafts market.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

Atrium

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Image for Exhibition: <i>Treasures of the Gem Palace</i>

Exhibition: Treasures of the Gem Palace

Arguably India's most renowned producers of handmade jewelry, Jaipur's Gem Palace displays an array of exquisite jewelry from its vast collection.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

South Atrium Foyer

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Image for Exhibition: <i>SARI</i>

Exhibition: SARI

The sari is the most representative apparel of India, a visual identity that has intrigued men and tempted women all over the world. Many unique examples of this extraordinary garment will be on display.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

Hall of States

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Image for Exhibition: Thukral & Tagra: <i>Hi! I am India</i>

Exhibition: Thukral & Tagra: Hi! I am India

Hi! I am India is an interactive playspace for children that presents interesting facts about life in modern India and dispels common stereotypes through a sticker activity station and also features books and videos.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

South Gallery

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Image for Exhibition: Craft Demonstrations: J. Niranjan, Satya Narayan Lal Karn, & Moti Karn

Exhibition: Craft Demonstrations: J. Niranjan, Satya Narayan Lal Karn, & Moti Karn

Observe some of the world's most gifted artisans as they create their crafts.

Mar. 1 - 20, 2011

Hall of States

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Image for Guided Tour: The Crafts of India

Guided Tour: The Crafts of India

Join scholars for an Explore the Arts guided tour through Kaleidoscope: Mapping India's Crafts and Treasures of the Gem Palace.

Fri., Mar. 4, 2011, 10:30 AM

Roof Terrace

$5.00

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