Twenty-four artists across India join to bring their best work at the ‘Kalabimb’ exhibition at India Habitat Centre from June 8. The exhibition will feature finest works of contemporary art, reflecting diversity in artistic practices found in Indian contemporary art using eclectic styles and mediums.
The scores of budding artists will display their finest work at the Visual Art Gallery. For the art aficionados, it will be a feast for the eyes.
Curated and conceived by Finetouch Art Motivators & Educators (FAME), this event aims to showcase varied forms of contemporary art through paintings, digital artworks, photography and mix media creations on display.
Drawing inspiration from nature, fusing myth, memory and mysticism, exploring the hues, shades and darker tones of life and rendering them with visual depth, the artists aim to touch upon forms of impressionism and expressionism. “A stage that allows new meanings to be found and new depths to be traversed, by capturing the sensitivity, silence and minute details of nature. You get to explore the infinite, the incompleteness, abstract creations, broken lines, and sometimes imperfections that seem perfect to the naked human eye,” the organiser said.
The 24 artists participating in the show are: Anita Goyal, Annu Gupta, Balwinder Tanwar, Collins Osemeke, Harsh Inder Loomba, Harshvardhan Arya, Inderjeet Grover, Manish Rao, Mohd. Danish, Mukesh Kumar, Neeharika Singh, Nirmal Thakur, Pramanand Chaudhary, Pulkesh Mandal, Ritesh Bagai, Roop Chand, Sanjeev Shashwati, Sartaj, Soumik, Sumitra Ahlawat, Sunil Dutt Mamgain, Suryasnata Mohanty, Suvvro P Basu, Vipin Yadav.
When: 6.30 pm; June 8 – 12
Where: Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003