New Delhi, Apr.1 (ANI): The Australian High Commissioner to India, Mr Peter Varghese, today visited the Sixth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Brisbane, Australia.
The Trienale includes the work of leading contemporary Indian artists.
The Sixth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art in Brisbane, which officially closes on 5 April, featured one of India's most prominent contemporary artists, Subodh Gupta.
"All the Indian works are unique artistic statements and I am pleased to see such a prominent display of Indian contemporary art here in my home city of Brisbane", said Mr Varghese.
"I was particularly struck by Mr Gupta's five metre high sculpture composed of pots and pans," the Australian High Commission in Delhi quoted Mr.Varghese, as saying further.
"Through such initiatives we bring the people of Australia and India closer. Our two countries are increasingly sharing their cultural heritage as young artists travel back and forth across the Indian Ocean. The work displayed at the Sixth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art is a reflection of an exciting future for artistic collaboration", added Mr Varghese.
The Sixth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art was held at the Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia. (ANI)