'Riddle of Colors'–A Showcase of Contemporary Indian Art by Artists from across the world

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  • (1888PressRelease) November 20, 2017 - Krisala Arts, a brainchild of Shilpa Dugar & Meena Dadha believes in providing platforms for young artists who are distinctive in style & content. Apart from India, Krisala Arts has conducted successful shows in London, New York, Malaysia, Dubai & Nepal. It has built a niche for itself in the exhibition of art, primarily visual art and the collection distinguishes the variety and the quality of Artists whom they bring is a treat. The show is on Indian Contemporary Paintings at ‘‘Riddle of Colors”, its latest Art Exhibition in partnership with The Taj West End, Bangalore, promoting young talent, is starting from November 18 to November 27, 2017 (11:00 AM – 7:00 PM), contact – 8105365798 (Lipika). The art show is open to the public.

    The show ‘Riddle of Colors’ has a blend of upcoming Turks and established artists is based on the Indian Contemporary Art where young artists from all over India are participating with their creations, notable among them are Upcoming Artists such as Avinash Gondaliya from Baroda, and Bandana Kumari from Bhopal and Suchit Sahni from Delhi are going to be present among others.

    Shilpa Dugar founder of Krisala Arts said at the launch of Riddles of Colour - “Backed by years of personal experience in art collections, our team aims to offer a creative interface between connoisseurs, artists & collectors. The Art Show Riddles of Colour will have Twenty Five prominent young artists whose paintings will be showcased for art lovers to enjoy and contribute.” (Do add something new about Riddles of Colour or what you would like to convey).

    The details of the three artists who are leading this showcase are as follows:
    Avinash Gondaliya: His work is inspired by the very powerful twenty first century's mechanized generation. One can easily connect to his work and understand how similar humans and machines are.

    Bandana Kumari: Her painting represents women as the strongest creature of the God; she portrays women as birds, moon, stars etc in her paintings. She paints body of a human and the head of an animal.

    Suchit Sahni: His work mostly revolves around his memories and surroundings. He has always been influenced with what he sees on a day-to-day basis mostly related to human interaction with their surroundings and the relationship of humans with the world around.

    Mr. Somnath Mukherjee, the General Manager of Taj West End, ‘’The Taj West End has always aimed to showcase the finer things in life and the Art Corridor is a perfect example of it. We are proud to partner with Krisala Arts for Riddle with Colors and happy to extend our support for the artists.

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