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FACE International Women Leadership Award 2017

FACE International Women Leadership Award 2017

FACE International Women Leadership Award 2017 was organized by FACE India International foundation for art, culture and education trust on 8th December at ICCR, Indian Council for Cultural Relations New Delhi. Face India International Women Leadership Awards 2017 is an endeavor to project women’s strength, stories and struggle. The objective was to invite women achievers, leaders, entrepreneurs, professionals and students from around the world. The award ceremony facilitated 17 women, Alexandra Bryksa (Czech Republic), ANGELA BARBI (Spain), Ani Palmo (India), Isabel Moreno Alosete (Spain), Kiran Chopra (India), Linda A. Doll…

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HIDING INSIDE THE LIGHT

HIDING INSIDE THE LIGHT

HIDING INSIDE THE LIGHT An Exhibition by Korean Artist Kim Ho Suk @ National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, India 20-05-2017~ 25-06-2017 National Gallery of Modern Art and Korean Cultural Centre organized  Mr Kim Ho suk’s solo exhibition “Hiding inside the light” at National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. Mr Kim Ho-Suk is a master artist in Korean Ink Painting , born in rural southwestern Korea in 1957. Kim Ho-Suk’s realistic portraits of historical figures as well as common Koreans are striking in their subtlety and sensitivity. Respecting age-old…

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Curtain Raiser, FACE International Women Leadership Summit & Awards 2017

Curtain Raiser, FACE International Women Leadership Summit & Awards 2017

FACE India International organized a curtain raiser program for “FACE INTERNATIONAL WOMEN LEADERSHIP SUMMIT & AWARDS 2017” on 29th March 2017 in India’s first art society at AIFACS (All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society) New Delhi. Curtain raiser was inaugurated by Padambushan Sri Ram V Sutar, the sculpture of the biggest statue of the World and Paramjeet Singh, Chairman AIFACS and a great line-up of senior artists, educationists, critics, social workers, leadership scholars from around the World also organized a forum to discuss “Women leadership position in visual arts”…

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Who made this garbage art at Lalit Kala Akademi?

Who made this garbage art at Lalit Kala Akademi?

27th February, Lalit kala akademi, New Delhi It’s a regular inauguration day at lalit kala akademi when more than 300 artists comes to give their presence in the exhibition opening and appreciate the art works wisely, exhibitor makes refreshment arrangement for all the visitors and serve food and drinks, when all visitors enjoy the refreshment so they forget the respect of artworks kept in open and  they through used cup and plates on sculptures near around and makes another garbage art installation in group. issued in favor for art and…

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LINE OF LIFE by Raj Kumar Mahajan

LINE OF LIFE by Raj Kumar Mahajan

‘line of life’ A solo show by Rajkumar H. Mahajan Curated by Mamta Upadhyaya (Journalist) Inauguration: February 27, 2017 at 5:00 pm. Venue: Gallery No. 4, Lalit Kala Akademi, Rabindra Bhavan, 35 Ferozeshah Road, New Delhi-110001 On View: February 28 to March 5, 2017 (daily) Time: 11:00 am to 7:00 pm  Contact: 9811376025 (Rajkumar H. Mahajan) Email:  HYPERLINK “mailto:mahajan_raju@yahoo.com” \t “_blank” mahajan_raju@yahoo.com Rajkumar an Associate Professor with the College of Art, New Delhi will be showcasing his digital artworks at a solo show titled ‘line of life’ to begin from February 27 until March 5, 2017, at Lalit Kala…

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Retrospective Exhibition of Ram V. Sutar, Padmabsushan Awardee, at AIFACS, 1 Rafi Marg, New Delhi on the 1 st of Feb, 2017.

Retrospective Exhibition of Ram V. Sutar, Padmabsushan Awardee, at AIFACS, 1 Rafi  Marg, New Delhi on the 1 st of Feb, 2017.

Ram V. Sutar Born in a carpenter family, on a wintry February day in 1925, in village Gondur, District Dhule of Maharashtra, Ram VanjiSutar was endowed with all the qualities of a blessed child. In a childhood, beset with struggle, the talent of this budding artist shone and was noticed by his GurujiShriShriram Krishna Joshi, who encouraged him to join the Sir J.J. School of Art in Bombay. The inborn talent flourished, and Ram was always first class first, bagging at the end of his course, the prestigious Mayo Gold…

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