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Art4you Gallery’s small canvas art showcased big exhibition ambition

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Source: Gulf Today

30×30 Around the World, the exhibition organised by Art4you Gallery at Piccaso Gallery (Jan. 21 – 30), took visitors on a cultural voyage through 58 miniature canvases produced by artists of many nationalities. They captured the spirit of each featured nation. The 30 x 30cm canvases functioned as personal windows into a variety of international landscapes, portraits, histories, and customs.

Each piece represented a country’s distinct cultural character. It was a flowering of a garden with a variety of flowers, bringing together the abilities of the artists in a harmonic celebration of global variety, and offering a colourful vision of the world. 30×30 Around the World encouraged a consciousness of the richness of the diversity that distinguishes human history, having allowed many art makers to immerse themselves in the special beauty of each civilisation.

Read more: https://gulftoday.ae/culture/2024/02/01/art4you-gallery-s-small-canvas-art-showcased-big-exhibition-ambition

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Newtown Public Schools To Present District Art Show At Municipal Center

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Source: The Newtown Bee

In collaboration with Newtown Cultural Arts Commission, Newtown Public Schools will be showcasing student art at the municipal center the first two weeks of April. Featuring the artwork of students throughout the district, the annual presentation will provide the opportunity to highlight the artistic excellence of Newtown children of all ages.

A public reception is planned for Tuesday, April 2, from 5-7 pm, during which guests will have the opportunity to enjoy face painting, music, and snacks as the exhibits are officially unveiled to the public.

“Every kid wants to show their parents their art and it is packed,” said Laura Lerman, chair of the cultural arts commission. The commission originally initiated the art show tradition when they assumed curation responsibility for the Newtown Municipal Art Gallery, she shared.

The exhibit will be on display April 1-12 in the central hall of the Newtown Municipal Center. The building, at 3 Primrose Street, is generally open weekdays between 8 am and 4:30 pm. The art can also be viewed evenings when Town boards and commissions are meeting at the municipal center.

Read more: https://www.newtownbee.com/03292024/newtown-public-schools-to-present-district-art-show-at-municipal-center/

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Check out these 6 exciting art shows in Mumbai this March

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For the month of March, the art shows in Mumbai span a global street art icon’s first solo art exhibition in India, exhibits of unique sculpture and design objects, and more. Mumbai’s galleries are serving an exciting variety of shows this season, and here are some of our selections of shows you must visit.

Follow the Bunny at Gallery XXL

Brooklyn-based Japanese street artist AIKO first created her signature bunny figure in 2005, spray painting the form in artist Banksy’s London studio. The artist has since created multiple renditions of the figure across the globe, following her travels around cities such as Amsterdam, Istanbul, Saigon, Berlin, Johannesburg, Soweto, Copenhagen, Fukushima, Vienna, Dubai, Shanghai and Miami. Follow the Bunny, her first solo exhibition in India, on display at Gallery XXL, brings together a vibrant selection of the artist’s works including newly developed canvases, sculptures, a selection of photographs of AIKO’s works clicked by Martha Cooper, textiles, and found objects that AIKO collected while wandering in the city of Mumbai.

Read more: https://www.architecturaldigest.in/story/check-out-these-6-exciting-art-shows-in-mumbai-this-march-snowball-studios-art-and-charlie-akara-art-gallery-xxl/

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Check out these 6 exciting art shows in Mumbai this March

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For the month of March, the art shows in Mumbai span a global street art icon’s first solo art exhibition in India, exhibits of unique sculpture and design objects, and more. Mumbai’s galleries are serving an exciting variety of shows this season, and here are some of our selections of shows you must visit.

Follow the Bunny at Gallery XXL

Brooklyn-based Japanese street artist AIKO first created her signature bunny figure in 2005, spray painting the form in artist Banksy’s London studio. The artist has since created multiple renditions of the figure across the globe, following her travels around cities such as Amsterdam, Istanbul, Saigon, Berlin, Johannesburg, Soweto, Copenhagen, Fukushima, Vienna, Dubai, Shanghai and Miami. Follow the Bunny, her first solo exhibition in India, on display at Gallery XXL, brings together a vibrant selection of the artist’s works including newly developed canvases, sculptures, a selection of photographs of AIKO’s works clicked by Martha Cooper, textiles, and found objects that AIKO collected while wandering in the city of Mumbai.

Read more: https://www.architecturaldigest.in/story/check-out-these-6-exciting-art-shows-in-mumbai-this-march-snowball-studios-art-and-charlie-akara-art-gallery-xxl/

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