A.Adil, A.Madani, Asma Mundrawala, Danish Ahmed
David Alesworth, F. Hussain, Huma Mulji, Imran Qureshi
Jaishri Abichandani, Jitish Kallat, Kausik Mukhapadhya
M.Sohail, Munawar Ali, Naiza Khan, N. S. Harsha
Quddus Mirza, Rashid Raana, Riyas Komu
Roohi Ahmed, Sharmila Samant, Shez Dawood
Shilpa Gupta, Sumaira Tazeen, Tushar Joag


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Venue : Arjun Tea House, Opp Race Course, Gate no 4, K K Marg, Mumbai, India

Kabhi haan kabhi naan : Computer print : 8 x 11 inches
The image" kabhi haan kabhi naan "addresses the dilemma of politics verses personal links between the two countries..... (the dual relationship between the two places) The juxtaposition of two popular film personalities from each country on a background of fire and love..... the wallpaper reads "welcome" and "eid mubarak" overlap of opposites....... "Eid attraction" refers to a cultural event and the emergance of Something new. It is also a practical reference to the announcement of new movies at eid.

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