KYNKYNY Art and Aashika Abraham Chittiappa present The New Romantics, an art exhibition featuring the works of artists like Basuki Dasgupta, Dhrubajyoti Baral, Ganapati Hegde, Elayaraja and Yuvan Bothi Sathuvar among others. The artists combine forces and present mixed media works featuring playful lovers, whimsical women and dreamy-eyed men, which tell stories of love. Until March 4, at Infantry Road.
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East meets west
The Jazz Theatre at Windmills Craftworks presents sufi musician Mukhtiyar Ali, together with Mathias Duplessy from France. The pair started working together six years ago, and evolved a distinctive sound that borrows from music styles like Rajasthani folk, flamenco, blues and reggae. February 21, 9.30 pm. At Whitefield. Tickets (Rs.500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com
AAMHI, the group behind laugh riots
like Ek Show Aisa Bhi and Jholjhal, is all set to add some laughter to your weekend with their new show Chillam Chilli. Tagged as a ‘not-so-polite take on the Indian family’, the play promises to entertain. February 22, 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm. At Alliance Francaise, Vasanthnagar. Tickets (Rs.300) on bookmyshow.com