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Photos: B-Town Specials Art attack Vivan Sundarams show Gagawaka: Making Strange was well received by art lovers who enjoyed the show and the installations.

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Vivan Sundarams show Gagawaka: Making Strange was well received by art lovers who enjoyed the show and the installations. - 29 February 2012Atul Dodiya poses with an art work Read more

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