New Delhi’s Kiran Nadar Museum of Art is hosting the first retrospective of one of India’s most eminent female artists, Arpita Singh. Born in 1937 in what is now Bangladesh, Singh achieved fame for her drawings, watercolours on paper and oils on canvas, showcasing a unique narrative of the female condition in India. She explores the challenges faced by women all over the world, painting a range of emotions and the dialogue created through these. The exhibition will include works from the museum’s collection as well as loans from other public and private collections. It will be on display till June 30.