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Celebrating the artwork of 37 female artists in the capital

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Sahitya Kala Parishad recently unveiled ‘VAMA,’ an art exhibition that spotlights the artwork of 37 women artists from Delhi. The event was hosted at the AIFACS Gallery on 1 Rafi Marg, the exhibition is open to the public starting till February 1, 6 pm onwards.

VAMA is a vibrant celebration of diverse artistic expressions, featuring an impressive collection of paintings, drawings, graphics, photography, ceramics, and sculptures by contemporary women artists. The exhibition aims to provide a platform for these talented individuals to share their unique perspectives, narratives, and artistic visions with the broader community. This year the list of artists includes Aarti Kashayap, Arti Malik, Alpna Mahajan, Anita Tanwar, Anjali Singh, Anju Kaushik, Avneet Chawla, Annu Gupta, Avani Bakaya, Bula Bhattacharya, Dipa Patowary, Divya Gupta, Gogi Sarojpal, Gulistaan, Gulbahar, Hemavathy Guha, Him Rajani Nagar, Indu Tripathi, Kanchan Chander, Kezia Khan, Madhu, Meena Deora, Neeti Joshi, Nitiksha Dawar, Nusrat Jahan, Preeti Singh, Priyanshu Chaurasia, Renu Jain, Saloni Tondak, Santosh Jain, Seema Mohaley, Shobha Baroota, Simmi Khanna, Sonam Chaprana, Tanya Rana, Timsi Gupta, and Vandana.

Read more: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/events/delhi/vama-an-art-exhibition-celebrating-the-artwork-of-37-female-artists-in-delhi/articleshow/107287619.cms?from=mdr

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Visitors keenly viewing art work during an exhibition “Be a Catalyst; Reimaging our connection to Gaia” organized by Pakistan National Council of the Arts and OffGrid Studios at PNCA

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lenticular artworks explore color of light in BMW’s green ray exhibition at rencontres d’arles

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THE GREEN RAY BY MUSTAPHA AZEROUAL AND MARJOLAINE LÉVY

In The Green Ray exhibition at the Cloister of Saint-Trophime during the Rencontres d’Arles, self-taught artist Mustapha Azeroual and curator Marjolaine Lévy delve into the color of light through a series of abstract lenticular artworks. Part of the BMW ART MAKERS program, the show is a collaborative experiment involving the artist, curator, and sailors navigating the high seas worldwide. Azeroual and Lévy asked these travelers to photograph sunsets and sunrises, then transformed the images into color-changing forms to capture the essence of light and color. ‘I tried to find that sensitive point of photography,’ Azeroual shared during the exhibition preview attended by designboom. ‘This installation is telling you that you’re not gonna see images, but you’re gonna see the effect,’ he added.

The exhibition is on view in Arles, France, until September 29th, 2024, and is set to be redesigned for Paris Photo at the Grand Palais, Paris.

Read more: https://www.designboom.com/art/abstract-lenticular-artworks-color-light-bmw-green-ray-exhibition-mustapha-azeroual-marjolaine-levy-rencontres-arles-07-08-2024/

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Artist decries Swiss museum’s alleged censorship of Palestine-evoking artwork

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In late February, South African artist Tracey Rose arrived at the opening of her exhibition at Kunstmuseum Bern in Switzerland to find a glaring and problematic omission.

Her 2012 video artwork A Muster of Peacocks: The Shoah was not part of her retrospective, Shooting Down Babylon. Rose says it was removed without her knowledge or consent. It was an act, according to Rose and her team, of censorship over fears about how the work may be received as the Israel-Gaza war continues.

Read more: https://www.thenationalnews.com/arts-culture/2024/06/26/tracey-rose-stop-the-muslim-holocaust-censorship/

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