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Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre (HICC)

Exhibition Detail
DIFFERENT STROKES ON CANVAS
1/A, Janpath
110011 New Delhi
New Delhi
India


March 25th, 2013 - April 4th, 2013
Opening: 
March 25th, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
, Arshi AhmedArshi Ahmed
© Courtesy of the artist & Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre (HICC)
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The Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre will open an enthralling  painting exhibition by Arshi Ahmed titled “Different Strokes on Canvas” on Monday, 25th March 2013 at 6:00 pm. The exhibition will be opened by Padmashri Guru Shovana Narayan and Prof. Niren Sengupta will be the Guest of Honour.

Artist Arshi Ahmed has held several exhibitions in India and abroad and has today become a recognized name in the field of art. She has had the privilege of displaying her works in places abroad like London, Berlin, Slovakia, Prague, Vienna and Oman. Her vision and understanding set her on a different platform where her creation portrays the depth of her talent by exploring the hidden.

About the artist:

Artist Arshi Ahmed has held several exhibitions in India and abroad and has today become a recognized name in the field of art. She has had the privilege of displaying her works in places abroad like London, Berlin, Slovakia, Prague, Vienna and Oman. Her vision and understanding set her on a different platform where her creation portrays the depth of her talent by exploring the hidden.

Some of her work includes Romance with Umbrellas-bringing under one roof the work of over 50 renowned artists, Reel of life- portraying the art of cinema on canvas, wildlife theme based Save the Jungle, Say No to Plastic bags for spreading a global message, Art For a Sunnier Tomorrow which brought light into the lives of many underprivileged children, Sufism on canvas projecting devotion on canvas, One World representing world's first man-animal artistic adventure, Nai Umeed a major art festival to celebrate the essence of art. She holds to her credit the Bhimbetka caves creation for Surajkund Crafts Mela with Madhya Pradesh as the theme state. She also assisted in designing the ambience of Vrindavan Mahotsav for Indira Gandhi International Performing Art Centre for the Government of India.

The displayed artwork titled 'Towards Moksha' is a travel show,  which was  first displayed at the Azad Bhawan art gallery of the esteemed Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). Through their support it went to The Nehru Centre (London) and then The Cultural Wing Embassy of India in Berlin . Recently it opened at the prestigious Jakubska Gallery of Prague. 

“Towards Moksha portrays a pathway towards the final and alluring destination called, 'Moksha' . The rat race in today’s competitive scenario builds an urge to search for mediums of relaxation and I believe any form of art can serve as this medium. As a painter, I feel delighted to provide my bit of contribution in this vast and wonderful world of art,” says Arshi Ahmed.


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