Mumbai, Sept 18 (UNI) Artist Sunaina Bhalla's first show ''A Silent Comment'' is on till September 23 at the Museum Art Gallery in the city.
A special Preview was hosted at the Gallery yesterday, attended amomg others by Anil Dharker with daughter Ayesha, Parikshit Sahani, Raell Padamsee, Sarayu Doshi, Ashok Salian, Bose Krishnamachari and Priyasri Patodia.
Speaking to reporters on her show Sunaina said,'' the planet is undergoing a lot of upheaval currently. There is unrest, unhappiness everywhere. Humans are killing each other, there is lawlessness in the name of progress-the list goes on and on''.
''Affected by the violence and unrest around-not realizing how much it interferes with thoughts. Just 'being' is difficult with so much noise all around-noise of religion, politics and superstition. This is the premise of this show of mine''.
Sunaina is a textile designer by profession, having studied and and worked in Delhi India for most of her life. She has been involved with various art forms, as well as the expression of art on different media such as fabric, pottery, and wood. She moved to Japan in 1996 and has since then been involved with Japanese art forms, both formally and informally.
She relocated to Singapore in 2003, after seven years in Japan, She has exhibited her works in Tokyo, Singapore and India. Her second exhibition in the themed series ''The Rising Sun'' was sponsored by The Japan Foundation as the art representation for the 50 year celebration of Indo-Japan cultural ties.