New Delhi ,
On the eve of 72nd Independence Day, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has organized a group art exhibitions entitled – “Triumph of Masterworks : Our National Pride”. And as many as 42 contemporary artists and art students across the country had been participated with their creatives in the exhibitions. The exhibitions had been aiming at promoting art and culture in the open space.
The Chairman, NDMC, Shri Naresh Kumar had inaugurated the exhibition at Janpath Subway in Connaught Place today.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chairman said that the main objective for organization such event was for the wellness of the urban life which had been deteriorating due to prevailing stress in the day-to-day life of the people. And added that such type of activities would help to bring the art and culture out of the boundaries of art galleries, museums and auditoriums to open public space for the recreation and enjoyment of the common people.
He said that the third group art exhibition of its kind provide an opportunity to senior, mid-career and budding talents in this field, who are constantly working on their individualistic style and already making marks in this field contributing legacy to Indian Art scenario organized and curetted by Shri Kishore Labar.
“Triumph of Masterworks : Our National Pride” have presented 42 contemporary artists of India who are effectively exploring various methods, materials and techniques for year after year, producing distinctive artworks and regularly showcasing their experimental outcome in a range of forms like drawing, painting, sculpture, installation and many more.
This exhibition will be opened to general public in two part – One from 30th July to 8th August, 2018 and another from 10th to 27th August, 2018 from 11.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.