The Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) presents "Merging Metaphors", an exhibition of new work created by 20 artists from Asean states who were invited to participate in last year's India-Asean Residency held in Darjeeling.
The ICC also routed two Thai artists _ Thawul Praman and Nataphon Na Nakorn _ to this residency which was organised by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, a body that comes under the umbrella of India's Ministry of External Affairs.
On display will be 44 art pieces which explore the ancient ties between Asean and India using a contemporary dialogue. The collection includes Thawul's paintings of Buddha and Ganesh.
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