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The Embassy of Israel in association with the National Gallery of Modern Art Proudly Present: “TO THE END OF LAND”

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The Embassy of Israel in India in association with the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi and the Petach Tikva Museum of Art is proud to announce a first of its kind Israeli modern art exhibition in New Delhi. The exhibition, titled “To The End of Land”, will revolve around man’s connection with land, territory, locality and identity in innovative modern art pieces and installations. The exhibition is a collection of art creations of 19 Israeli artists, including the internationally acclaimed Shahar Marcuswho will perform at the exhibition opening. Read more

Kokuyo Camlin celebrates World Art Day

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

To commemorate the birth anniversary of the famous artist, Leonardo Da Vinci, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd, the premier stationery brand recently celebrated World Art Day at the Kodaikanal International School, Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu. While The International Artists’ Association first celebrated World Art Day in 2012, Kokuyo Camlin took the lead and brought  the concept to India with a tram painting activity in Kolkata in 2014.

The theme of the activity held at the Kodaikanal International School was ‘Visions for the World’ wherein students were given  to paint on various topics like travel, communication, education etc. Kokuyo Camlin provided all the art material for painting and also felicitated the participants, educators and artists. The students happily unleashed their creative potential and  churned out some really beautiful paintings as per the theme. Read more

Reliance Infrastructure-led Mumbai Metro One announces its annual art festival “Majhi Metro”

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Reliance Infrastructure-led Mumbai Metro One announces its annual art festival “Majhi Metro” with host of activities like painting, poetry and photography with lot of innovation to showcase the artist’s vibes and thoughts in interesting ways. Read more

Art Lovers in Mumbai are in for a treat as Phoenix Marketcity, Mumbai showcases: Life of an Urban Man

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Get ready to be mesmerised by inspiring art, while you shop!

Phoenix Marketcity, Mumbai showcases the Life of an Urban Man. We all can find a reflection of ourselves in the urban man, his aspirations, and the blind race of daily life! Read more

Missing Public Art Project launches India’s first vernacular ‘MISSING’ game to create awareness against trafficking

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R-L: Saharsh David, CSR Head- Sandvik; Ms. Urlika Sundberg, Consul General of Sweden in Mumbai; Leena Kejriwal, Founder, The Missing Public Art Project at the Launch of “MISSING” Game.

The Missing Public Art Project, with support from Sandvik India Pvt. Ltd, announced the launch of the MISSING game in eight languages. The game isworld’s first that combines the gaming experience with the issue of trafficking and enables it to reach the pan India audience through its versions in eight regional languages, in addition to English, Hindi and Bengali. Read more

India’s first ever curated Art and Design fair D/Code unveiled

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(L-R) Ar. Ashiesh Shah, Sangita Jindal, Founder and Chairman JSW Foundation, Ronitaa-Italia Dhanu, Editor. Home & Design Trends, Mr. Sunil Wuthoo - Head Business Strategy and Special Projects, Worldwide Media

Home & Design Trends, one of the most widely read architecture and design magazines , presented India’s first ever Art and Design fair – D/Code, curated by award winning architect Ashiesh Shah. The two-day luxury design bespoke exhibition was held at Four Seasons, Worli from 17th to 18th March. The expo was launched in the presence of Sangita Jindal, Chairman, JSW Foundation, Ar. Ashiesh Shah, Mr. Sunil Wuthoo – Head Business Strategy and Special Projects, Worldwide Media and Ronita- Italia Dhanu, Editor Home & Design Trends magazine followed by a VIP Preview.​

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We celebrate the art of storytelling: Star India MD Sanjay Gupta at FICCI FRAMES 2018

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By Stephen Fernandes Mobile: 9820707327 Email: stevfern@gmail.com

“At its very core, we celebrate the art of storytelling. It’s an art with the power to inspire change, to create aspirations, to make people believe in the possibilities and to spark imaginations.” Said Star India MD Sanjay Gupta at FICCI FRAMES 2018 inaugural session,.In my mind, there can’t be a more compelling ‘Make In India’ story for this country than the media & entertainment industry added Gupta Read more

“Nine Fish” Art Gallery presents ‘Contemporary Trajectories’

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Nine Fish, India’s trendy art gallery introduces its group show “Contemporary Trajectories” organized by Dot Line Space showcasing contemporary trajectories in the contemporary world of the visual arts in India, mainly in painting and sculpture, curated by Gourmoni Das. Read more

Bahraini Artists captivates art aficionados at the India Art Fair 2018

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Renowned Bahraini Artist Lulwa Al Khalifa exhibiting her artwork at the India Art Fair 2018

Five renowned Bahraini artists exhibited their artwork at the India Art Fair 2018. On their special visit to India, these artists came to Delhi under the initiative of ArtBAB’s artist programs. ArtBAB (Art Bahrain Across Borders) is the Kingdom of Bahrain’s premier contemporary art fair & curated artists program under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka Bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, Wife of the King of Bahrain. Read more

Indian Artist Ms. Seema Kohli is showcasing “Tree of Life” at India Art Fair 2018

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“Tree of Life” is inspired by 1st verse, 15th Chapter, Bhagwatgita in which Krishna explains to Arjuna that life is like a Banyan tree. We create the continuation of our existence by our own actions. These actions are like the roots of the banyan tree, which keep expanding and just like our karmas keep us entangled in our own births and rebirths. This is also the khel of maya. Her artworks consist of ‘acrylics and inks on canvas with 24ct gold and silver leaf’  Read more