Three forms, one expression
The exhibition will form a bricolage of traditional, abstracts and contemporary art and through its portrayal will initiate the celebration of ornamentation of women. The participating artistes are - Alka Mehra, Ambali Dutta, Amita Gupta, Anil Kohli, Arup Ranjan Chatterjee, Dalip Chandoliya, Nupur Sharma, Prince, Geetika Sangwan, Manjeet Kaur, Nupur Aggarwal, Poonam Saini, Pradeep Verma, Priyendra Shukla, Raamji Sharma, Ranjeet Singh, Rohit Kaushik, SC Ahuja, Sheetal Gulhati, Shivani Garg, Shubhra Jain, Sourabh Ahuja, Suneel Jain, Sunita Agarwal and Vennimalai Madasamythevar.
‘Our objective is to provide a suitable aesthetic platform and promote new talent’, Ahuja, one of the artistes said. He further added, ‘The present exhibition focuses on presentation of variegated facets of nature, human life and their reciprocity which is a fitting tribute to women and embellishment of her beauty through the latest exhibition.
Art connoisseurs will have the opportunity to witness and critique the works of notable names in the art field including Literacy India which is also a part of the exhibition and in our endeavor for the social cause, with its objective of empowering underprivileged children and women by helping them in self-sustenance’.
The thought behind the Uchaan can be summarised in the words of Jyoti Kalra, the founder of Uchaan- ‘The main spirit working behind Uchaan is to bring visibility and credibility to the works of deserving talented artistes who have the potential to make it big in the mainstream discours.
Its effort is to provide adequate platform and promote new talent.’
When: 25 – 28 July
Where: Gold Souk Mall, Gurgaon
Timing: 11 am – 7 pm