METRO EXHIBITIONS AT THE JOR BAGH AND MANDI HOUSE METRO STATIONS
As the aesthetics of travel take on more significant connotations in our increasingly modernized and fast paced word, Dr Pande has led the charge to install art for approximately three months at a time in two metro stations at Jor Bagh and New Mandi House. This is a collaboration called The Habitat Initiative: Art in Public Spaces, between the Habitat Centre and the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation. Following is the list of exhibitions in both stations:

JOR BAGH METRO STATION:
• The Long Exposure at Udaipur, 1857–1957 (Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation) January 2015
• Elegy for the Unsung Cubicle (Chandan Gomes), July, 2015
• Gandhi in the Metro (India Photo Archive), September 2015
• The World Upside Down: Modes of Representation in The East and the West (Pascal Monteil), December 2015
• The Garden Underground (in collaboration with University of Gloucestershire, Professor Tony Clancy, Arati-Kumar Rao, and Juhi Saklani), March 2016
• The Waterscape, (Ashok Dilwali), August 2016
• 17 Seen Unseen’ (Kavita Singh Kale and Santosh D. Kale), December 2016
• Aravalliscape (Aravalli Utsav), May 2017

AT THE NEW MANDI HOUSE METRO STATION:
• Holi: Festival of Colours (Tarun Chabbra and Robyn Beech); March 2015
• Magical Indian Myths (Puffin Books and Penguin Random House); June, 2015
• Indian Epics: Ramayana and Mahabharata (Shobha Deepak Singh); September, 2015
• The Display of Oxford Bookstore Book Cover Prize (Oxford Bookstore), January 2016
• My City through My Eyes (Save the Children), March 2016
• Divine Gesture, (Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation), October 2016
• Panchtattvas: The Road Ahead, December 2016
• The Disappearing Ponds (Photographs by KR Sunil), April 2017
• Aravalliscape (Aravalli Utsav), May 2017