lalit kala akademi: lalit kala akademi art exhibition concludes | chandigarh news - times of india - acrylic mirror sheet
Chandigarh: the annual art exhibition of Chandigarh Lalit Kara akadmi ended on Thursday.
This is an exhibition specially planned and conceived, and the idea of the exhibition is to bring together the best works of art by students, professionals and artists.
Since February 22, more than 125 works of art including sculptors, paintings, installations and photography have been exhibited.
For art lovers throughout the region, this exhibition is an opportunity to witness new, fresh paths --
When a new generation of artists explore, experiment, transcend boundaries, challenge clichés to show the art of our time, they break the pieces.
As part of the exhibition, students have the opportunity to connect with more audiences, their peers and senior practitioners of the times and the arts.
Akademi received a total of 403 entries from 89 students (216)
The works selected by the jury are 59 and 54 respectively.
There are three Rs 50,000 awards in the professional category, five Rs 25,000 awards in the student category, and a Rs 25,000 Paul photography award in the student category.
The submitted works are diverse in media, processing, theme and philosophy.
From sculpture, painting, photos, graphics, prints, installations, paintings, the exhibition shows a creative portfolio of works, and the artists have tried the materials, colors, textures and ideas.
Some of the award-winning exhibits on the exhibition come from Rahul Dhiman called "wood cutting", as well as Ashima Raizada's "forming dreams on canvas ";
The Black Marble "Medusa head" of Mandy Singh ";
Dream by Som Nath Dikpati, watercolor painting;
Travel Photographer Vinod Chauhan's photography works "stay out", along with "trasher or treas", "reverse paint acrylic on acrylic", etc.
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