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Art exhibition titled “Modern India: Color, Pattern and Life”

 The Consulate General of India in Guangzhou in coordination with Guangzhou Hegenberg Trading Ltd, Poly Commercial Real Estate Investment & Management Ltd, Guangzhou Isachan Culture & Event Planning Ltd and The Art route of India, is organizing a painting exhibition of Modern India titled “Modern India: Color, Pattern and Life” from 21st to 26th November, 2016 at the Poly Central Plaza, North Tower, Jian She Da Ma Lu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou.  The inauguration ceremony of the exhibition is scheduled to be held at 1100 hrs on November 21, 2016.

 
2.         The exhibition will showcase paintings works of modern Indian artists Ankita Singh, Kriti Verma, Lalita Dhiman, Rajneesh Singh and Vineeta Rupani. Ms. Ankita paintings titled ‘Mystery of Colours’ is a part of her experimentation with colours and their interactions with each other on the canvas. In her own style Ms Singh tried to explore the fluidity of acrylic medium, in a unique free flowing style. Kriti’s artwork titled ‘Nature of Water’ was inspired raindrops.  Ms Verma’s works dwelled in natural phenomenon particularly in the hues that she observes in the movements of clouds, the sun and rain. Ms Dhiman’s representation of Lord Ganesha titled “Ganesha with the modern Gadget” is a part of a series where she experiments with various forms and expressions of the Hindu deity.  Rajneesh Singh’s work is abstract canvases in earthy tones celebrate colour and life of rural India.  Veenita Rupani’s series of painting names Rich and Simple Life of India is her tribute to the folk art of India.
 
3.         On the opening day, well known Yoga Guru Mr. Girish Ebakunny along with his students will demonstrate various postures of Hatha Yoga, the oldest traditional classical form of Yoga from India. Mr. Girish Ebakunny has been in China for many years sharing his experience in Yoga with scores of Chinese nationals from different parts of China. 
 
4.         During the exhibition there will be display of various interesting Indian handicraft items sourced from different parts of India which would be a rare treat for the local Chinese to understand the rich costume and heritage of Indian handicraft industry.  As part of our endeavour to popularize the taste of India, popular Indian restaurants in Guangzhou are arranging bevies of Indian food items for the visitors.