Tales of Two Cities – A Multi-Threaded Exhibition

07.00 PM - 10.00 PM

The Project Cafe, Yellow House, Near Panjrapole Cross Road, Ahmedabad.

Open For All.

2019-03-01 19:00:00 2019-03-15 22:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Tales of Two Cities - A Multi-Threaded Exhibition

Six artists from two cities, the bustling metropolis of Ahmedabad and the tiny metropolitan state of Goa, from diverse cultural backgrounds, with different means, and ways of expression come together in this multi-threaded
exhibition. The universal language of art threads these overt differences into a unifying common understanding of the human experience. The flow of people into these cities; its ever-changing landscape generating and regenerating to evolve new ideas and ways of expressing them incubated the germination of this show.
Curated by Kirti Parihar from Ahmedabad and Samira Sheth from Goa, “Tale of Two Cities” bring these six artists together who employ their tools of watercolour, oil, colour pencil, thread and even newsprint to tell their stories as only they know how.
Even though they seem such disparate stories one realizes that everything is indeed connected –– somehow all these visuals coalesce to bring very different tales from two very different places to life.

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The Project Cafe, Yellow House, Near Panjrapole Cross Road, Ahmedabad.

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Six artists from two cities, the bustling metropolis of Ahmedabad and the tiny metropolitan state of Goa, from diverse cultural backgrounds, with different means, and ways of expression come together in this multi-threaded
exhibition. The universal language of art threads these overt differences into a unifying common understanding of the human experience. The flow of people into these cities; its ever-changing landscape generating and regenerating to evolve new ideas and ways of expressing them incubated the germination of this show.
Curated by Kirti Parihar from Ahmedabad and Samira Sheth from Goa, “Tale of Two Cities” bring these six artists together who employ their tools of watercolour, oil, colour pencil, thread and even newsprint to tell their stories as only they know how.
Even though they seem such disparate stories one realizes that everything is indeed connected –– somehow all these visuals coalesce to bring very different tales from two very different places to life.

Source: Facebook




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