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Visual Art and Architecture meet at Ahmedabad Exhibition; Week-long Contemporary Art fest in Delhi; and one more Art News from India

Meeting of Two Disciplines: Visual Art and Architecture


Trupti Dave, Kaushik Gajjar, Hemang Dave, Manish Sharma, Abhishek Mandala, Samarth Mistry, and Mitul Desai, seven artists from Ahmedabad, Surat, and Vadodara, have collaborated on an art exhibition at Ahmedabad\’s Amdavad Ni Gufa Art gallery. The theme of the presentation is \’Cosmic Homes’. The show focuses on the meeting of two disciplines: visual art and architecture. It includes 54 paintings, 8 photographs, and 3 sculptures. \”Home has an emotional link with humans, and this relationship might be overt or covert,\” states curator Ojas Desai. The show is set to end on September 4th. Read more on NEWS18.


Week-long Contemporary Art fest in Delhi


In its fifth edition, Delhi Contemporary Art Week (DCAW) promises to be both diverse and innovative. Leading contemporary artists as well as new emerging talent such as Amit Ambalal, Rashmi Mala, Kumaresan Selvaraj, Sumakshi Singh, and Gunjan Kumar are among the artists whose work will be on display at the week-long art event. Blueprint 12, Exhibit 320, Gallery Espace, Latitude 28, Nature Morte, Shrine Empire, and Vadehra Art Gallery are the galleries taking part. The event is open to public at Bikaner House, New Delhi, starting from September 1. To know more, click here: republicworld.com.


An Art Exhibition for Social Cause opens at Jehangir


\’Four Stories,\’ an exhibition of paintings by Lokmat Media Chairman and former MP Vijay Darda, showing with three other artists, opened recently at Mumbai\’s Jehangir Art Gallery. The other artists are— Search Institute principal architect Jayashree Bhalla, , photographer and artist Rachana Darda, and Bina Thakrar. . The exhibition is open till September 5, and all earnings will be donated to different social causes, such as quality education for underprivileged children, and setting up of a medical centre. Find out more details on ThePrint.

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