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Heirloom of The Senses, a Group Exhibition of Young Upcoming Artists

Heirloom Senses Group Exhibition Young Upcoming Artists Arts4All Greater Kailash Creative

Date and Time: 
26 November 2019, 6:30pm to 8:30pmAdd to Calendar 26/11/2019 18:30 26/11/2019 20:30 Asia/Kolkata Inauguration - Heirloom of The Senses, a Group Exhibition of Young Upcoming Artists Must check for Details and on Event day before visiting -
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Arts4All, W-114, Greater Kailash II, New Delhi 110048DD/MM/YYYY
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27 November - 26 December 2019, 11am to 6pm (closed Mondays & Public Holidays) Add to Calendar 27/11/2019 11:00 26/12/2019 18:00 Asia/Kolkata Heirloom of The Senses, a Group Exhibition of Young Upcoming Artists Must check for Details and on Event day before visiting -
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Arts4All, W-114, Greater Kailash II, New Delhi 110048DD/MM/YYYY
- Exhibition on View

Entry: Free

Venue: Arts4All, W-114, Greater Kailash II, New Delhi 110048
Venue Info : www.arts4all.in | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Greater Kailash(Magenta Line)'

Event Description: Champa Tree Presents Heirloom of The Senses, a Group Exhibition of Young Upcoming Artists

Artists: abhijit Saikiai Ashik Ali Khani Bharat Dodiya I Dinar Sultana I Gautam Rahuli Mausham Raj I Meghna Patpatia I Puja Mondal I Rashesh Chauhan I Ravi Chunchulai Rinku Chauhani Ritesh Umate I Sapna Kumari 

Champa Tree is pleased to invite you for a group show in support of Arts4All, where, young artists working across a range of mediums share their observations, emotions, inspirations, and perceptions of their memories in the selective artworks.

Memories fade leaving behind fragments as the only source of recollection to the past. Forming layers with time as they camouflage, exposing only what is left as the intangible. This fading of memories expresses similarities to the phrase "To be or Not to be" from William Shakespeare's 'Hamlet' as a reflection upon the concept of "Reveal and Conceal". Here, the phrase illustrates the battle within our subconscious that constantly struggles with the choice of "what memories to keep and what to fade". The phrase is predicted as a puzzle which is constantly curious of the five senses of the body. Smell, Sight, Hear, Touch & Taste, as an intangible treasure that remains infinite and is subjective to oneself

A total of 33 artworks (paintings & sculptures) are on display for the exhibition showcasing artists working with a vast range of mediums, such as, acrylic and oil on canvas, recycled paper pulp with earth colors, resin, fiberglass and automotive paint; ink on textile; red oxide, enamel paint, acid treatment and lacquer spray on metal; gauche on rice paper, watercolor on rice paper pasted on box-board and fabric. In this exhibition, 13 young contemporary artists, namely, Abhijit Saikia, Ashik Ali khan, Bharat Dodiya, Dinar Sultana, Gautam Rahul, Mausham Raj. Meghna Patpatia, Puja Mondal, Rashesh Chauhan, Ravi Chunchula, Rinku Chauhan, Ritesh Umate and Sapna Kumari explore the possibilities of exposing memories of the obscuring past in their selective artworks. The remaining fragments created by this constant overlap can be called an "Heirloom".

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