Gurgaon, Nov 6 (UNI) Rhapsody -- an exhibition of paintings, photographs and sculptures here -- focused on Indian contemporary art in tune with fast moving national and international trends.
The exhibition, on display from November 1-5 at Epicentre, was conceived by Art Square, started by Ritu Dhingra and Anjali.
Anjali believes colours and canvas are now fast becoming popular in homes and corporate offices and India has as many art connoisseurs as in any other part of the globe.
''Art Square believes in various forms of art and has in its collections best of paintings, sculptures, sketches and photographs,'' she said.
To promote Indian art, artists from metropolitan cities to remote places are getting equal representation in the group and solo shows.
Anjali said, ''With more Indian artists choosing to display work, we are keen to promote artists with its regular art shows and with community involvement. With large national network, further enhanced by our partners, artists can make their work reach to many more people and galleries.'' ''We wanted to provide a platform for promoting sensibility towards art and making it available across various genres and styles,'' she said.
The works included 'Towards Light' by Deepa Bhando Seth, 'Cosmic Rhythm' by Dalip Chandoliya, 'An Eternal Tale'-Sita' by Monis Khan and 'Meditation' by Roopchand.
Art lovers are in for a treat as various established and up-and-coming designers are presenting their works this month.
Antakaran, Impressions 2008, Enchante, and Panorama of Modern Indian Art are the various exhibitions to be presented at Epicentre this month.
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