Rebuilding lives of Kerala flood victims
108 artists, one gallery and plethora of artworks derived from the very soul of the artists. Acclaimed artist Binoy Varghese, Founder of Kekkeyellam Foundation has curated 'Green- Line Kerala Flood Relief Show' – a fundraising show for Kerala flood victims. The show will be opening for public view from October 25 – 28 at Creativity Gallery.
Showcasing the collection of paintings by senior, eminent and contemporary artists, the exhibition puts forth the various facets of life, nature, culture and religious thoughts. An amalgamation of artworks by over 100 artists of Indian origin from across the world, the exhibition features names like George Martin, Seema Kohli, Gopinath Subbanna, Kalam Patua, Niladri Paul, Sudeep Roy, Ramesh Gojrala amongst others.
The four-day show touches upon the thought of art as a medium to raise funds for a cause close to everyone's heart.
Through the show, it is aimed that the much-needed shelter is provided to the victims who have lost their near and dear and earning family members in Kerala.
Each artist has donated one piece of artwork to support this cause.
"The Artists community along with me want to do our best to support the Government of Kerala to help the people in need to rebuild their houses and start a new life," says Binoy. Kalam Patua states, "This is a great step by our artist's community to help a bit for the Kerala flood victims and this is our responsibility as a citizen of the country."