Rasas of Indian Art

Ambica Gulati,Neelam Pratap Rudy,Nitin Arora,Babita Gupta,Saurabh Singhvi

To begin with the Christmas fervour, Art Spice Gallery in collaboration with Art Magnum displayed some never seen works by the great Indian Masters and contemporary artists in a group show, ‘Rasas of Indian Art’, which was a visual treat for Art enthusiasts and Art connoisseurs. The works chosen were of an impeccable quality tracing the journey of Indian Artists both in the pre-independence era and the post-independence era which provided a unique insight into how the Indian art scene has evolved. The show was inaugurated by Mr. Nitin Arora, a renowned actor, host and Managing Director of Katalyst Entertainment.

Artist Manisha Gawade

Over finest drinks and hors d’oeuvres, the incandescent event at the capital was attended by celebrated guests like Neelam Pratap Rudy, Artist Neeraj Gupta, Art Curator Alka Raghuvanshi, Artist Shridhar Iyer, Artist Manisha Gawade, Artist Ruchi Chaddha, Art lover and collector Rama Sodhani, Monisha Gupta, Founder Craft House, Mr.Vipul Gupta, Executive Director, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa, Art Gallery owner, Saurabh Singhvi, Mr. Kavin Gupta, Director, The Metropolitan Hotel & Spa, amongst others. The exhibition displayed a wide-ranging, rare and unique collection of works by Indian Masters and contemporary artists like S H Raza, M F Husain, Ram Kumar, F N Souza, T Vaikuntam, KG Subramanyan, Ram Kinker Baij, Jamini Roy, Suhas Roy, Arup Das, Jatin Das, Jogen Choudhury, Manu Parekh, Paresh Maity, Neeraj Goswami, Hemen Mazumdar, Satish Gujral amongst others showcasing vivid processes, techniques, thoughts and emotions

Ambica Gulati

Speaking about the exhibition, Ms. Babita Gupta, Director, Art Spice Gallery says, “It was a pleasure to associate with Art Magnum and bring together artworks of the leading artists both from pre and post-independence era. This exhibition brings the great Indian masters and contemporary artists under one roof and showcases an enchanting collection of elucidating artworks.” The show will continue till 3rd January 2020. 

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