Art Across Age, Borders and Mediums

Contemporary art exhibition at Artworld Sarala’s Art Centre bridges the gap between the young and old artists.

Published: 02nd July 2015 03:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2015 03:43 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The contemporary art exhibition at Artworld Sarala’s Art Centre bridges the gap between the young and old artists. As many as 57 artists of different age groups and from different demographics across India are part of the exhibition.

This travelling show includes works across various mediums such as bronze sculptures, acrylic on canvas, graphic prints, charcoal drawings and photographs, says Srinivasan Ramaswamy, sculptor and co-ordinator for the Chennai leg of the exhibition. Rather than having a central theme like India or religion, we artists have explored the significance of having a good relation among people and connect with the world around, added Srinivasan.

Art Across.jpg“We have had three shows in Delhi, followed by one at Cholamandal Artists’ Village. Next, we are hoping to take the show to Bhopal,” he said.

The show includes works of artists like Suresh Kumar, Aushirved, Arun Pandit, Atul Talukdar and young artists like Shikha Gupta and others from across the country.

“Through this exhibition, we hope to build a platform where artists can interact with one another, and visitors can interact with the artists and galleries, added Srinivasan.

The travelling art exhibition-cum-sale has exhibits ranging between `15,000 and `4,00,000. The exhibition is on till July 9 at Artworld Sarala’s Art Centre, Cenotaph Road.

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