Critic's Guide New Delhi

From oral histories mapping obscure traditions to VR films that transport you to a surreal world: here are the exhibitions not to miss

By Skye Arundhati Thomas
Sunil Padwal, Lining an archive I, peering into memory and time, 2019, drawings on paper, isograph pen, ink, found objects, and found documents, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist and Galleryske, New Delhi
 

New Delhi

18 Jan
22 Feb
Sarker Protick, Exodus (detail), 2016-2017, black and white photograph. Courtesy: the artist and Korean Cultral Centre India 

New Delhi

1 Jan
22 Feb
Yazd, Taft district, Iran, building the tent in the desert, 2017. Courtesy: Gujral Foundation, New Delhi

New Delhi

2 Feb
28 Feb
Tayeba Begum Lipi, My Boots, 2018, stainless steel. Courtesy: the artist and Shrine Empire Gallery, New Delhi

New Delhi

28 Jan
1 Mar
Sahil Naik, Ground Zero, 2016-2017 wooden structure, metal, fiberglass, buff board, corrugated sheets, wires, tiles, plaster of Paris and other miscellaneous materials, 1.2 x 1 x 0.6 m. Courtesy: the artist and Experimenter, Kolkata

New Delhi

28 Jan
28 Feb