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Living A Dark Night

06.30 PM - 08.00 PM

Arthshila Ahmedabad,
2G, Panjara Pol, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380015

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2022-08-20 18:30:00 2022-09-25 20:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Living A Dark Night

Arthshila Ahmedabad and The Kala Chaupal Trust are pleased to present ‘Living A Dark Night’ curated by Paula Sengupta. The exhibition will formally open with a talk and preview by Leenika Jacob and Avni Bansal on Saturday, 20 August 2022 at 6.30 pm.

About LIVING A DARK NIGHT:
Since March 2020, India is living a dark night, from which we are yet struggling to awake. It would not be incorrect to say that the anguish that India is suffering today has not been seen since the Bengal Famine of 1943 or the Partition of 1947.
We invited artists to come together to hear this anguish and register it for posterity, lest history forgets. The works in this initiative encapsulate a time of despair and anxiety, when artists withdrew into the studio as the only space of refuge. Executed in a space of isolation, these prints look from deep within to the spectre without … but also from darkness to light.
Even as we in India experience the fourth wave, ‘Living a Dark Night’ stands as a stark reminder of our folly.

 

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Arthshila Ahmedabad,
2G, Panjara Pol, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380015

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Arthshila Ahmedabad and The Kala Chaupal Trust are pleased to present ‘Living A Dark Night’ curated by Paula Sengupta. The exhibition will formally open with a talk and preview by Leenika Jacob and Avni Bansal on Saturday, 20 August 2022 at 6.30 pm.

About LIVING A DARK NIGHT:
Since March 2020, India is living a dark night, from which we are yet struggling to awake. It would not be incorrect to say that the anguish that India is suffering today has not been seen since the Bengal Famine of 1943 or the Partition of 1947.
We invited artists to come together to hear this anguish and register it for posterity, lest history forgets. The works in this initiative encapsulate a time of despair and anxiety, when artists withdrew into the studio as the only space of refuge. Executed in a space of isolation, these prints look from deep within to the spectre without … but also from darkness to light.
Even as we in India experience the fourth wave, ‘Living a Dark Night’ stands as a stark reminder of our folly.

 

Source: Facebook




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