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Nirbhaya, the unforgettable name. Her story shook the nation and her bravery and courage against all the odds made her immortal. Dedicated to this martyr, Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts (IGNCA) is presenting an art exhibition Nirbhaya– Multiple expressions in association with Creative Mind Publications and NIV Art center.
The show will display the works of around 100 artistes from all over the country. All the artworks displays the feelings of the artistes put down on the canvas expressing the solidarity against the atrocities shown towards women.
The show has been curated by K R Subbanna. The chief guest of the exhibition, Padma Vibhusan Dr Sonal Mansingh inaugurated the show on 4 April. The exhibition also marked the presence of renowned curator Sushma Bahl and famous artist Arpana Caur on its first day.
A one day art camp was also organised on 6 April at IGNCA where 100 of young artists participated.
The camp was further followed by talks sessions addressed by Johny ML and Purushottama Billimale.
The camp was an opportunity for young painters to express themselves through the medium of visualarts. Niren Sen Gupta inaugurated the camp while the closing ceremony marked the presence of Padma Shree Anjolie Ela Menon.
When: till 18 April
Time: 11.00 am - 7.00 pm
Where: Mati Ghar, IGNCA, Janpath Road