• Art In Conversation

    His Brush stroke dance on Canvas. His subject therein celebrate. Meet Vrindavan Solanki in conversation with Anurita Rathore at Uno Lona Academy’s Art in conversation on 18th Jan.

  • The Art of Vrindavan Solanki Comes to Ahmedabad Again

    Vrindavan Solanki Vrindavan Solanki the art veteran who has been featured in numerous group and solo art exhibition across the globe is back in the city of Ahmedabad, with his latest solo show, Captivating Contours. The exhibition is open to all art…

  • Captivating Contours

    A solo art show of artist Vrindavan Solanki. On the occasion, a portfolio of Limited Edition Serigraphs of the artist will be launched.





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