Delhi this week: Art exhibitions, music events, plays, Delhi residents are spoiled for choice

One of the most famous DJs in the world, Alan Walker, is set to visit India as part of Sunburn Arena. The creator of hits such as Faded and Alone, the DJ, whose masked character since 2015 has been attracting attention, will perform at Backyard Sports Club, Gurgaon. April 17, from 4 p.m. Tickets are priced at Rs 1,500 and entry is restricted to persons over 16 years of age. Visit bookmyshow.com.

From point

In her solo after 10 years, artist Manisha Gera Baswani brings together a large and diverse body of work including paintings, embroidered works and sculptures that speak to her concern for the human body and the healing power of art. in difficult times like the pandemic. Entitled “…and the dots now connect”, the exhibition runs at Galerie Espace until May 10.

Manisha Gera Baswani brings together a vast and diverse body of work including paintings, embroidered works and sculptures.

All in the family

Art Alive Gallery presents a tripartite exhibition featuring the works of artists Sakti Burman, Maite Delteil and Maya Burman. The exhibition, which will take place at Bikaner House from April 15 to 22, will present a collection of recent works by artists who share a cultural heritage of French and Indian origin.

spiritual battles

The Sunil Rawat-directed production “Shatru – The Enemy Within” will premiere at Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Center on April 15. It is based on the famous Buddhist legend of Ajatshatru, who killed his father and “suffered karmic retribution from the heinous crime”. Tickets priced at Rs 500 and up are available on bookmyshow.