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Delhiites feast over fusion of photographs and paintings

 Team MP |  2018-07-12 14:54:42.0

Delhiites feast over fusion of photographs and paintings

A joint exhibition of paintings and photographs titled 'Journey through shapes and shades' is going on at Triveni Kala Sangam. The art show, which was inaugurated by Dr Mahesh Sharma, Minister of culture, Govt. of India, will go until July 20.

Inderjeet S. Grover, an artist of his own style and Furqan Khan, a landscape photographer are jointly putting their recent works on public view in this show.

Inderjeet S. Grover, the Director in one of the zonal cultural centre under the Ministry of culture, Govt. of India is a successful painter. From his recent position, Inderjeet is relentlessly contributing to the field of art and inspiring young minds with his myriad talents. His long experience made him flexible, visionary and a motivated person, who is enthused by India's rich cultural heritage. He has been actively managing cultural projects and art events for a very long time.

His artistic aspirations proved to be an asset to NDMC in hosting its National Art Show. His tireless efforts and his new age perspectives have helped artists to shape a niche in the world of Art Education. He is sincerely determined to reach out to the masses to bring a positive change in the industry.

Furquan Khan, on the other hand, is a landscape photographer, who has already created an inspiring presence in the field of photography. He has been a frequent contributor to specialized photography magazines namely Asian Photography, Better Photography, Smart Photography and Classic Imaging. His regular articles on photography skill and techniques have been very well received by the photography enthusiasts. He exhibited his works at Udaipur, Goa, Jaipur, and Mumbai, that includes an audio-visual presentation at the Kala Ghoda Festival, Mumbai.

He has authored produced two coffee table books namely Ladakh – The Pristine Beauty that was very well received by the critics and Mandu – Romancing the Ruins which released on the inaugural day of Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav at Delhi by Shri Rajnath Singh, Home Minister of India. His present collection comprises Limited Edition photographs printed on museum grade archival paper with Ultrachrome HDX Green ink.

Other dignitaries including Jalaj Srivastava, Additional Secretary, Agriculture ministry and Adwait Gadnayak, Director General, National Gallery of Modern Art, were also present at the inaugural ceremony.

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