There is an art exhibition in town which traces the journey of Nizo Yamamoto. He was born in 1953 in Nagasaki, Japan. Since his childhood he was always good at drawing and studied architecture and also worked for an art studio.
The art exhibits works of three contemporary women artists Neeraja Divate, Gitanjali Kashyap and Ritu Mehra. They have explored various media like charcoal, graphite, ink, oil and acrylics on paper and canvas.
Varghese who is known for photo realist compositions combining human faces, natural flora, lush tropical trees and plants is exhibiting his solo show which is a suite of 16 canvases that celebrate the ethos of all communities ultimately being one no matter whether we are divided by geo-graphical and climatic boundaries and wealth.
A solo show, by Alok Uniyal. The metropolis has been a muse for Uniyal on many occasions; he has captured its many nuances and idiosyncracies over the years. This time he returns to the city in order to capture themagic of the `Nukkad’—street corner — that is a hub of activity and melting pot of the everyday life of ordinary citizens.
Work on candid social commentary is on display by Artist Gurmeet Singh Manvah.