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THE ASIAN AGE. | MAYANK GOYAL
Published : Jun 28, 2019, 1:39 am IST
Updated : Jun 28, 2019, 1:39 am IST

At times the artists find inspiration in human beings at other times in nature or surroundings.

The exhibition showcases contemporary Indian artists  experimenting with new art forms.
 The exhibition showcases contemporary Indian artists experimenting with new art forms.

No two artists are alike, some show their creativity with line and dimensions while others play with hues, similarly some artists make innovation with perception.

An exhibiton called Artistagram is organised at the India Habitat Centre which is a folder of art, wherein a variety of art work is assembled, coming from a range of artists who work on different mediums. At times the artists find inspiration in human beings at other times in nature or surroundings. Where as many artists use their imagination that vary from galaxy to God, experimenting with traditional and modern art concepts and tools.

The exhibiton brings  a bouquet of artists from a vast variety such as Amit Srivastava an IIT-Delhi alumni, pursuing Art full-time out of sheer passion. His work is a synthesis of keen, careful observation and classical painting techniques, stemming from his belief that when you pay enough attention to something, it opens up to you.

The exhibition showcases contemporary Indian artists  experimenting with new art forms. Some of them have expressed their thoughts in abstract forms and some are directly inspired by nature .

The source of thought process may be anything but significant forms created by the artists on their canvas in meaningful manner results in a magnum opus and makes a collection worthy to be presented in a show for appreciation and right kind of staging. Artists Anita Malik has many things to share about her work. She expresses, “Through my paintings I want to express the true beauty of nature. I want to depict the calm and the peace at the sea, the beauty of trees when they blossom and how nature gets ready in colors.”

The artists on display, created a collective representation of thoughts on varied taste and expression.

The exhibition is ongoing till July 18.

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