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This 15th August marked two iconic events, the 73rd Independence Day and the auspicious occasion of Rakshabandhan. A day of patriotism and siblinghood celebrated with zeal and gusto. Team CY brings you the 224th edition of the Ahmedabad Art Weekly so that your streak of celebrations continues over the extended weekend.
The Weekly has some wonderful Visual Arts offerings. Two young exponents, Shailaja and Shivani Patel are jointly presenting their photographs and paintings at Amdavad ni Gufa in the show ‘Art Within’. The DRS Arts is showcasing ‘Chitrakatha’, that displays some of the best narrative art collection from the region. Ahmedabad also pays homage to two influential artists. A poster exhibition titled ‘India remembers Octavio Paz’ showcases posters based on the work of Octavio Paz Lozano, a Mexican poet who earned a Nobel Prize for the confluence of Mexican and Indian culture through his poetry. And then you have a photography exhibition displaying works of the pioneering photojournalist of Gujarat, Late Shri G H Master.
If you are an Indie Music afficionado, we have great news for you. Heat Sink, an Ahmedabad based Indie Music band, is launching their brand new album at Footlights Theater on Saturday, 17th August. But if you are more of a classical music admirer, you must check out the Four Hands Piano Concert by the Duo Cziffra who will celebrate works of Chopin, Brahms, Liszt and Erik Satie. And, interestingly, they will be working on just one piano.
For book lovers and avid readers, Wander Gupt presents the 12th Literary meet-up in Ahmedabad, a gathering where you can celebrate and talk about books, authors and thoughts. We also have a book forum to talk and discuss on ‘The Hard Thing about Hard Things’, a book by Mr. Ben Horowitz that offers industry related advice and practical wisdom to conquer the toughest problems you might face at work.
A significant contributor in Gujarat Dalit literature; Gujarati and English language poet, translator and editor Neerav Patel is the inspiration for our 224th Ahmedabad Art Weekly. Born in 1950 as Somo Hiro Chamar in Bhuvaldi, Daskroi, Patel is a PhD in English who has been writing to generate sensitivity over the suffering, atrocities, exploitation, discrimination and segregation towards the Dalit community. He initiated a Dalit literary magazine called ‘Akrosh’. The Mahendra Bhagat Prize and Sant Kabir Dalit Sahitya Award recipient edited various other magazines too. His most appreciated works are titled Burning From Both The Ends, What Did I Do To Be Black and Blue. He is also known for his Gujarati poetry anthology titled ‘Bahishkrut Phulo’.