Celebrating the diversity of Indian art, various art forms and cultures of India, Akatva Arts Foundation opens the stage for PAN-India artists to display their novel artistic creations by organizing a group art exhibit ‘Kalyug ‘2022’ in New Delhi. The 7-day art Exhibition will feature eminent artists, reputed professionals, and also budding artists displaying their novel artistic ideas and creations. Through such initiatives, Akatva Arts supports and encourages artists across India.
This show has been curated by Ms. Saloni Wadhwa, Director, of Akatva Arts Foundation. We invite art lovers, aficionados, art dealers, art collectors, and sponsors to come forward and celebrate diversity in Indian art, appreciate various art forms, promote Indian culture and heritage, and support artists in their silent endeavors. Some prominent attractions at this 7-day art exposition are More than 100 artworks will be on display and 50 plus exhibitors will be participating in the show.
Various forms of art including paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, digital art, printmaking, and all kind of Craft and Handi Craft Work will be displayed, Participating Artists… Sanjeev Jindal, Jayant Gajera, Kishor Thakur, Sachin Chaudhari, Ajay Kumar Samir, Dr. Neeta Y. Paharia, Santosh Kumar Das, Sunita Lamba, Jeet Kumar, Sumitra Ahlawat, SarojRani, Deepak Paunikar, Kavita Salunke, Suresh Kumar, Rritu Goel, Shree Kant Dubey, Manjiri More, Vandana Joshi, Mamta Bansal, Ratnesh Dubey, Chandana Bhattacharjee, Vandana Dubey, Indu Mishra, Sarika Bala Mishra, Mukesh Prajapati, Dr. Renu Yadav, Asha, Devanshi Damani, Vandana Aggarwal, Shikha Gupta, Manjeet Kaur, Sachin Nimbalkar, Anuradha Gupta, Ranjeeta Kumar, Rajesh Rawat, Alphee Kumar, Sita Vishwakarma, Nikun Agarwal, Katrina Junghwa Kim, Kusum Pandey, Mohd Sultan Alam, Pranita Bora, Taslim Jamal, Surabhi Gulwelkar, Vinita Verma, Shivani Chug, Kavita Salunke, Mukesh Prajapati, Dr. Saroj Rani, Suresh Kumar, Vandana Dubey, Kiran Chopra, Akash Yadav, Annu Gupta, Anjum Khan, Sabia, Ishi Mishra
When: Till 28 July
Where: National Craft Museum and Hastkala Akademy
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