“I wonder” is Rajesh Ram’s third solo in New Delhi after a gap of nine years. Comprising Ram’s most recent body of watercolour drawings and life-size bronze sculptures, the exhibition resumes the artist’s interest in storytelling, capsuled in idioms and proverbs that tell of a time of childhood innocence and curiosity. Informed by the tales of the Panchatantraand the Jatakas, Ram’s work is a visual retelling of children’s fables and animal stories, resplendent with mysterious details that place the painter’s own experiences and memories at the heart of each story. Narrated in first person, the exhibition is an autobiographical account of Ram’s reminiscences as a young boy growing up in a small village, retold as an adult living in a bustling metropolis.