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COMMUNICATION DOSSIER For November, 2019
Modern Art Gallery
PREPARED BY Intelliquo Integrated Communications
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To Modern Art Gallery From Intelliquo Public
Relations, New Delhi Date November, 2019
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Coverage Generated-October-November, 2019 (Print)
S.No Publicatio n Circulatio n Date/Issue Headline Size of the article Costing in Rs Total Cost in Rs
1 Delhi times 1,300,000 21st October, 2019 Modern Art Gallery 12 x 11 x 950 125,400 125,400
2 Delhi times 1,300,000 19th October, 2019 Modern Art Gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
3 Delhi times 1,300,000 17th October, 2019 Modern Art Gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
4 Hindustan Times 985,000 19th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
5 Hindustan Times 985,000 17th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
6 Hindustan Times 985,000 30th October, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
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S.No Publicatio n Circulatio n Date/Issue Headline Size of the article Costing in Rs Total Cost in Rs
7 Hindustan Times 985,000 3rd November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
8 Hindustan Times 985,000 4th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
9 Hindustan Times 985,000 5th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
10 Hindustan Times 985,000 6th November, 2019 Taking Contemporary Indian Art 16.5 x 12 x 4473 885,654 885,654
11 Hindustan Times 985,000 24th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
12 Hindustan Times 985,000 2nd November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
13 Hindustan Times 985,000 19th October, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
14 Hindustan Times 985,000 29th October, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
15 Hindustan Times 985,000 6th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
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S.No Publicatio n Circulatio n Date/Issue Headline Size of the article Costing in Rs Total Cost in Rs
16 Hindustan Times 985,000 23rd November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
17 Hindustan Times 985,000 21st November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 4473 956,103,75 956,104
18 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 22nd November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
19 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 5th November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
20 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 7th November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
21 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 22nd November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
22 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 19th November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
23 The Times Of India 825,000 20th November, 2019 Live Unbound 28.5 x 7.5 x 2600 555,750 555,750
24 The Times Of India- Delhi 1,300,000 22nd October, 2019 Modern Art gallery 8 x 14 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
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25 25 The Times Of India 825,000 23th October, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
S.N o Publicatio n Circulatio n Date/Issue Headline Size of the article (cm) Costing in Rs Total Cost in Rs
26 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 31st October, 2019 Modern Art gallery 8 x 14 x 950 106,400 106,400
27 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 21st November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
28 The Times Of India- Delhi Times 1,300,000 26th November, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
29 The Times Of India 1,300,000 30th October, 2019 Modern Art gallery 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 160,312,5 160,313
30 Millennium Post 150,000 26th October, 2019 Day In Day Out 7 x 12 x 1620 136,080 136,080
31 Millennium Post 150,000 10th October, 2019 Day In Day Out 7 x 12 x 1620 136,080 136,080
32 Millennium Post 150,000 15th October, 2019 Day In Day Out 7 x 12 x 1620 136,080 136,080
33 Morning Standard 60,000 19th October, 2019 What When Why Where 7.5 x 33 x 408 100,980 100,980
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34 Morning Standard 60,000 20th October, 2019 Beyond Forms and Boundaries 17 x 14 x 408 97,104 97,104
35 Morning Standard 60,000 12th November, 2019 Fantastic Four 22 x 22 x 408 197,472 197,472
Publicatio n Circulatio n Date/Issue Headline Size of the article Costing in Rs Total Cost in Rs
36 The Asian Age 77,991 24th October, 2019 Thus painted these artists 17.5 x 25 x 595 260,312,5 260,313
37 The Asian Age 77,991 4th November, 2019 Creativity Central 17.5 x 25 x 595 260,312,5 260,313
38 The Pioneer 126,885 15th October, 2019 Watch Out 7 x 32.5 x 891000 202,702,5 00 202,703
39 Spice Route 200,000 November, 2019 Hot Dates 5,00,000 x 1 5,00,000 5,00,000
40 Mail Today 250,000 19th October, 2019 Weekend Circuit 7.5 x 22.5 x 950 125,400 125,400
41 Airport Authority of India 50,000 November, 2019 Mark Your Calender 5,00,000 x 2 10,00,00 0 10,00,000
42 The Hindu 136,562 22nd November, 2019 Delhi Today 8 x 3.5 x 713 19,964 19,964
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43 The Hindu 136,562 26th November, 2019 Delhi Today 8 x 3.5 x 713 19,964 19,964
Total Cost (A) Total Cost (A) Total Cost (A) Total Cost (A) Total Cost (A) Total Cost (A) 28,218,765 28,218,765
Coverage Generated-Oct.-Nov. 2019 (Online)
S.N o Portal Product/Headl ine Cost Date Link
1 The New Indian Express Beyond Forms And Boundaries 60,000 21st October, 2019 https//www.newindianexpress.com/cities/delhi/2019/oct/ 21/beyond-forms-and-boundaries-2050636.html2
2 The Asian Age Thus Painted These Artists 40,000 24th October, 2019 https//www.asianage.com/life/art/241019/thus-painted- these-artists.html
3 Daily Hunt Thus Painted These Artists 50,000 24th October, 2019 https//m.dailyhunt.in/news/india/english/asianage- epaper-asianage/thuspaintedtheseartists-newsid- 143657950
4 The New Indian Express Fantastic Four Upcoming Artists talk about their artworks 60,000 12th November, 2019 https//www.newindianexpress.com/lifestyle/travel/2019/n ov/12/fantastic-four-upcoming-artists-talk-about-their- artworks-displayed-in-modern-art-gallery-2060588.html
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displayed in Modern Art Gallery
5 The Pioneer Watch Out 50,000 15th October, 2019 https//www.dailypioneer.com/2019/vivacity/watch-out- watch-out-2019-10-15.html
S.N o Portal Product/Headl ine Cost Date Link
6 Art Culture Festival A New Narrative 60,000 26th November https//www.artculturefestival.in/a-new-narrative/
Total Cost (B) Total Cost (B) Total Cost (B) Total Cost (B) Total Cost (B) 3,20,000
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Coverage Generated- August, 2019 (Social Media
Impression)
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1 Angelique Raina Angelique.rain a 6005 https//www.instagram.com/angelique.raina/
2 Dr. Kiran Lohia drkiransays 36.7k https//www.instagram.com/drkiransays/
3 Nandini Gir Yourstory_co m 109k https//www.instagram.com/yourstory_com/?hlen
4 Nafisa Rachel William nafisarachelwil liam 36.7k https//www.instagram.com/nafisarachelwilliam/
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6 Nafisa Rachel William nafisarachelwil liam 36.7k https//www.instagram.com/nafisarachelwilliam/
7 Nafisa Rachel William Nafisa Rachel William 36.7k https//www.instagram.com/nafisarachelwilliam/
8 Navneet Mendiratta navneetmendi ratta 2327 https//www.instagram.com/navneetmendiratta/
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9 Suhavini Singh suhavinisingh 6349 https//www.instagram.com/suhavini/
10 Anahita Dhondy anahitadhondy 75.1k https//www.instagram.com/anahitadhondy/
11 Anahita Dhondy anahitadhondy 75.1k https//www.instagram.com/anahitadhondy/ \
12 Shirin Mann shirinmann 15.5k https//www.instagram.com/shirinmann/
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Total Cost (AB) 282187653,20,000
Total PR Value28538765X2 Total AD
Value57,077,530
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PRINT COVERAGE
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ONLINE COVERAGE
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Portal The New Indian Express Link
https//www.newindianexpress.com/cities/delhi/2019
/oct/21/beyond-forms-and-boundaries-2050636.html
Publication Travel and Leisure Issue August,
2019
Beyond forms and boundaries In an attempt to
bring contemporary masters across art disciplines
along with the launch of four new ones, the
Modern Art Gallery is showcasing a group
exhibition titled Live Unbound. By Express News
Service In an attempt to bring contemporary
masters across art disciplines along with the
launch of four new ones, the Modern Art Gallery
is showcasing a group exhibition titled Live
Unbound. Curated by Sugandha Chagti, the
exhibition is the gallerys first contemporary
show. Its an amalgamation of senior
contemporary artists and the aspiring ones on the
same platform. Also, we have artists from
cities, including Mumbai, Chennai and Bhopal,
each with their distinct style of work. Take, for
example, Riaz Samadhan who uses monotones to
depict the modern society while Baiju Parthan who
works around cosmology, says Chagti, who wants
to bring together different art forms under one
roof.
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Chagti has been working on the show for the past
six months and says that the process of selecting
the artists requires extensive travelling. We
regularly visited different artists in various
cities to study their work. We even had the
artist come visit our gallery to take the
discussion forward. The lineup of artists
includes TV Santosh, Puja Mondal, Sahaya Sharma,
Baiju Parthan , Shampa Sircar, Nayanaa Kanodia,
Arzan Kambatta, Ravi Mandlik, Sanjay
Bhattacharya, Somnath Singh, Sanju Jain and
others. An interactive platform such as this is
always welcomed by artists. Chagti adds, There
are times when one is struggling with ideas or
concepts and such platforms offer them the
much-needed perspective. We have Suchit Sahni who
has for the first time worked on a round canvas
while another artist has engaged textiles into
her work. So, it is a continuous interaction.
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As a curator, Chagti believes that for a gallery
it is quintessential to be in touch with
different art schools and institutes to
meet budding talents. This time we have three
new artists from Baroda who have just completed
their MSA and have worked on really interesting
mediums. One has worked on various cupboards with
a memory attached to each one of them, thus,
creating a memory box. Another has worked on
terracotta tiles. So, its important for
galleries to continuously reach out and find new
talents. Also, we want to keep refreshing what we
showcase to the society as art is all about
cultural development, she adds.
Till November 30 AT Modern Art Gallery,
Santushti Shopping Complex, Chanakyapuri
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Portal The New Indian Express Link
https//www.newindianexpress.com/lifestyle/travel/
2019/nov/12/fantastic-four-upcoming-artists-talk-a
bout-their-artworks-
Fantastic four Upcoming artists talk about their
artworks displayed in Modern Art Gallery Modern
Art Gallery also extends the platform to four
promising new ones who paint an unbridled
expression of their times.
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Live Unbound. Shall we say anything more? An
exhibition that validates its purpose. While it
showcases a group of well- reputed contemporary
masters as a badge of pride, Modern Art Gallery
also extends the platform to four promising new
ones who paint an unbridled expression of their
times. Excerpts
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Komal
Mistri
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Among the different thoughts Komal Mistri has
contributed through her cupboard series, one of
them has a traditional spice box painted on its
door. The only colour you see is yellow (haldi),
which is used as antiseptic, an ingredient with
curative properties. When you open the door,
there is some text hidden under black colour.
Upon a careful look, you see whats written . It
says to heal your self, you first need to love
your self, says Mistri.
Shailesh
Chavda
Information has saved us from ignorance but has
also made us paranoid. We think too much and say
even more. But if theres a way to slow down
those racing thoughts, its through art, feels
Shailesh Chavda. I have discovered so much about
myself and my surrounding. When I assimilate
that onto the canvas, I get a sense of knowing,
he says. His fondness for metals is eviden t in
this new body of works. Hes always on a lookout
for industrial spaces and workshops. Thats his
playground, a creative outlet. He sees
thought-provoking contours in crooked metal
forms. He sees unusual colours in rusting
material. The result is in front of you. A solid
mass of abstraction that cannot be defined by
meaning.
Puja
Monda
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My works have evolved as an expression of
nostalgia for the absent and grief for the
memories of lost ones, says Puja Monda l. Since
she started pursuing art, she has been intrigued
by the changing spaces around her, including the
things that have withered. Handcrafted objects be
ing one a beautiful aspect of our heritage. It
has got submerged under the nonchalant march of
time. Dealing with a clouded sense of oblivion
that memories leave us with and traces of loss,
my practice engaged in depictions of cerebral
spaces. Where the narratives of isolation and
loss were built up with the experiential
realities of my surrounding spaces, explains
Mondal. Thirumala Thiru Artist Thirumala Tirus
measures success when he can translate it
flawlessly on his canvas. Its that moment when,
like the winner of the race, he parades around
the track like a peacock. Only here, the race is
with his self and the track is the artistic
journey he has chosen. Women and temples take
centre stage in his latest work. Faith and power.
These are set within floral wreaths that define
newness of unbound ideas.
Till November 30
Time 1100am to 700pm
At Modern Art Gallery, Santushti Shopping
Complex, Chanakyapuri
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Publication Art Culture Festival Link
https//www.artculturefestival.in/a-new-narrative/
The current exhibition, Live Unbound, at Modern
Art Gallery in Delhi showcases the creativity
within each participating artist and emits a
wholeness that makes these artists who they are.
Curated by Sugandha Chagti, the exhibition
features contemporary masters across disciplines
of art and four absolutely new artists. Excerpts
from an interview What was the thought behind
this show? How did you weave it all
together? Liveunbound focusses on freedom of
expression To enter the contemporary space
through established contemporary masters and
launch four new artists to provide a platform for
new talent. Weaving was done through research
by travelling all over India to meet artists
and after continuous conversation over a period
of few months, we brought all the artists
together only one work per artist to stay true
to the curation.
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Who are the participating artists and what have
they brought in? The participating artists
include TV Santosh, Puja Mondal, Sahaya Sharma.
Baiju Parthan, Shampa Sircar, Nayanaa Kanodia,
Arzan Kambatta, Ravi Mandlik, Sanjay
Bhattacharya, Somnath Singh, Sanju Jain and Shoba
Jolly. Of these, Puja Mondal, Komal Mistri,
Thirumala Tiru and Shailesh Chavda are showing
for the very first time. All our artists come
from different cities and have worked on
different mediums. Each has brought in their own
expression. For instance, Mistri has used
cardboard boxes, photographs and found objects
around the house to express
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how women negotiate in everyday life for the
freedom to pursue their dreams. Baiju plays with
cosmic charts and astrology Somnath lonely life
in a city and Sujith has explored the
extraterritorial in his works. TV Santosh and
Puja Mondal have brought social and political
issues to the fore with their art.
The show is an exploration of mediums, how does
the message come through in contemporary art
idioms? Your impressions of the works that
challenge the new language.
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Every work of art occurs in a medium a physical
object or a series of events by which the work is
communicated to the recipient. The art presented
is a break away from the orthodox mindset and
keeps the environment in focus. For instance,
scrap is used by an artist to portray beauty even
in the waste generated by humans. The digital
prints by Parthan showcase human skulls in an
artistic 3D format. We have primarily focussed on
monotonic tones of art to represent the
blurriness caused by pollution in our environment
today.
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What are your impressions of the contemporary art
scene. Who are the artists to look out for? The
contemporary art scene in India is Work in
Progress. A lot of artists are exploring this
space and a lot of new ideas are coming through.
They are working with different mediums and the
scale of the work is also changing. Likewise, the
buyer is also updating his/her tastes as the
thought process is also changing. This is a focus
on social issues, especially, feminism and
climate change. Technology is playing a very
important role as conversations around AI art are
growing. The artists to watch out for in this
space are Sanju Jain, Somnath Singh, Sujith SN,
Sahaya Sharma and Raj More.
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Portal The Asian Age Link https//www.asianage
.com/life/art/241019/thus-painted-these-artists.ht
ml
Thus painted these artists
THE ASIAN AGE. MAYANK GOYAL Published Oct
24, 2019, 105 am IST Updated Oct 24, 2019,
105 am IST
We glimpsed into the unique creative visions of
various artists at this recent exhibition that
was held in the capital.
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I am Queen by Bandana Kumari
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Live Unbound when an exhibition has such a
name, you know that it will be a complex portrait
of an artist and their desire to express
themselves adequately on the canvas. Or multiple
artists prominent and upcoming in the case of
this exhibition, curated by Ritu Chagti and
Sugandha Chagti, which was recently held in the
citys Modern Art Gallery. The exhibition
highlighted the rising trend of more and more
artists working with monochromatic shades in
their artworks. Ritu said, Basically, they have
used a lot of subtle colours in the
exhibition. T.V. Santosh, Puja Mondal, Sahaya
Sharma, Baiju Parthan, Shampa Sircar, Nayanaa
Kanodia, Arzan Kambatta were some of the artists
who were featured here. The exhibitions primary
focus was to showcase these individuals true
creativity and signature styles. Sahaya Sharma
displayed a set of four paintings called Peak
Experience, where the works are made using oil,
enamel, acrylic, and brocade on canvas. The
collection is inspired by Maslows hierarchy of
needs pyramid. Talking about her work, Sahaya
said, I make psychologically layered paintings
that have the first base layer in enamel. Then I
work over them with oil paint. After this, I add
translucent layers with acrylic paint and a final
misty dimension with the help of spray paint.
She also shared her experience of working with
Sugandha, saying, Shes very kind, young and
driven. The opening was received very well. We
were a bunch of young minds around talking about
Vipassana and the future and need of
spirituality. Is it a fad or is it absolutely
necessary? Ritu also talked about the
challenges she faced curating the exhibition,
saying, Collecting the work from the artist
sometimes becomes difficult when they are busy
or when they are not able to generate exactly the
kind of work we want from them. Ritu also
highlighted one standout piece by Komal and says,
She had given 14-15 pieces of installations and
her process involves the integration of various
objects which she has photographed. Her works
talk about women and how despite being in a
domestic sphere, a woman can nurture her
dreams. It showcases the world of independence
and freedom that women create for themselves. Vis
hal Joshi, another artist featured at the
exhibition, mostly uses acrylic on canvas as his
medium. He also likes to work with charred
(burnt) wood and brass. For him, the spiral is a
language of communication as spirals can be seen
in every aspect of nature. He said, We see them
in vast galaxies, physical forces which shape the
earth, the tides of oceans, the winds,
tornadoes, structures of DNA, seashells, design
of buildings and auto-parts, music, light and
within life itself. In Live Unbound, Vishal has
made two chandeliers, parts of his spiral
collection.
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Portal Daily Hunt Link https//m.dailyhunt.in/
news/india/english/asianage-epaper-asianage/thus
paintedtheseartists-newsid-143657950
Thus painted these artists
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We glimpsed into the unique creative visions of
various artists at this recent exhibition that
was held in the capital. 'Live Unbound' - when an
exhibition has such a name, you know that it will
be a complex portrait of an artist and their
desire to express themselves adequately on the
canvas. Or multiple artists - prominent and
upcoming - in the case of this exhibition,
curated by Ritu Chagti and Sugandha Chagti,
which was recently held in the city's Modern Art
Gallery. The exhibition highlighted the rising
trend of more and more artists working with
monochromatic shades in their artworks. Ritu
said, "Basically, they have used a lot of subtle
colours in the exhibition." T.V. Santosh, Puja
Mondal, Sahaya Sharma, Baiju Parthan, Shampa
Sircar, Nayanaa Kanodia, Arzan Kambatta were some
of the artists who were featured here. The
exhibition's primary focus was to showcase these
individuals' true creativity and signature
styles. Sahaya Sharma displayed a set of four
paintings called Peak Experience, where the works
are made using oil, enamel, acrylic, and brocade
on canvas. The collection is inspired by Maslow's
hierarchy of needs pyramid. Talking about her
work, Sahaya said, "I make psychologically
layered paintings that have the first base layer
in enamel. Then I work over them with oil paint.
After this, I add translucent layers with
acrylic paint and a final misty dimension with
the help of spray paint." She also shared her
experience of working with Sugandha, saying,
"She's very kind, young and driven. The opening
was received very well. We were a bunch of young
minds around talking about Vipassana and the
future and need of spirituality. Is it a fad or
is it absolutely necessary?" Ritu also talked
about the challenges she faced curating the
exhibition, saying, "Collecting the work from the
artist sometimes becomes difficult when they are
busy or when they are not able to generate
exactly the kind of work we want from them." Ritu
also
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highlighted one standout piece by Komal and says,
"She had given 14-15 pieces of installations and
her process involves the integration of various
objects which she has photographed. Her works
talk about women and how despite being in a
domestic sphere, a woman can nurture her
dreams." It showcases the world of independence
and freedom that women create for
themselves. Vishal Joshi, another artist featured
at the exhibition, mostly uses acrylic on canvas
as his medium. He also likes to work with
charred (burnt) wood and brass. For him, the
spiral is a language of communication as spirals
can be seen in every aspect of nature. He said,
"We see them in vast galaxies, physical forces
which shape the earth, the tides of oceans, the
winds, tornadoes, structures of DNA, seashells,
design of buildings and auto-parts, music, light
and within life itself." In Live Unbound, Vishal
has made two chandeliers, parts of his spiral
collection.
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Portal The Pioneer Link https//www.dailypione
er.com/2019/vivacity/watch-out-watch-out-2019-10-1
5.html
Watch out Tuesday, 15 October 2019 Pioneer
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? Live Unbound, an art exhibition curated by
Sugandha Chagti, is a contemporary art project
showcasing the artists' true creativity and
wholeness that make them who they are. When Till
October 30 TIME Where Modern Art Gallery,
Santushti Shopping Complex, Chanakyapuri. Writte
n by Danish Iqbal and directed by Mustajab Malik,
Joker Theatre Group and BFTA presents
Daastan-e-Ram, a play that recreates the
Ramayana in Urdu. WheN October 16 Time 6 pm
WHERE Sri Ram Centre for Performing Arts.
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Gallery Art Motif presents Of Paper, an
exhibition featuring recent pieces by six artists
who work with paper as the medium of their art.
When Till November 2 TIME 10 am to 6 pm where
Gallery Art Motif. Serendipity Arts Foundation,
in collaboration with Foundation for Indian
Contemporary Art, presents Open Day, which gives
insight into how to view cities as an extended
studio, mining various resources, individuals,
and forming their own support structures. when
Till October 20 time 11 am to 6 pm (closed on
Sunday) where C-340, Chetna Marg, Defence
Colony. Curated by Priyanka Banerjee,
Panorama-16 is a group art exhibition that delves
deep into contemporary social issues like
shrinking habitats of flora and fauna, global
warming, spiritual harmony, feminism and more.
When October 19 to 25 Time 11 am to 7 pm
Where Gallery 1, Lalit Kala Akademi.
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