The Artist grup tiene su base en la India, desde ahi se ha generado una gran convocatoria que ha reunido a más de 50 artistas de 19 paises. Se inició como una forma de conmemorar el 75 aniversario de independencia de la India. La curadora es Rehna Saleel quien ademas ha invitado a diversas personalidades artísticas de la India y Sri Lanka para saludar y unirse al evento. Pueden ver el video Aquí
OPEN HAND ART EXHIBITION DEDICATING ART TO THE MASTERS
👁️🗨️I am very proud to be part of this great project as a guest artist with renowned masters of contemporary art from India. Some of them I was able to meet at the painting symposium in which I participated.
Thank you for the invitation to “Art Fort India” 🇮🇳, Big thanks to organizers and curator Prabhinder Lall, Jangs Verman Many success for each of the participating artists especially for Kashmiri Khosa, Ravinder Singh Rauthan Gusain, Shrikant Kadam, Aparazita Rahman, S.m. Ehsan, Tiziana Tafuri
📌Online International Art Exhibition 👁️🗨️ 06 OCTOBER- 06 NOVEMBER 2020
📌 See:: https://artfortindia.com/open-hand-art-exhibition/
On the other hand, it was great to receive an invitation to be part of an online exhibition project in the months of May, June and July. We received the invitation of the Society for Prabal Pramanik’s Academy of #Arts, Bhamlada. India 🇮🇳
Thanks a lot to them and curator Prabhinder Lall, much success to all artists, today more than ever we need to be united.You can see my participation here.
The planned dates would be for January 2020, I thought there was no better way to start the year. And it was! It took me several months to organize my trip, letters, certificates, visa, tickets, accommodation in Delhi, contact artists, visits, etc.
What excited me most was the meeting with other artists, the Symposium would be 14 days, all living in the student residence of the university. All day painting together, chatting, making presentations of our work and trajectory every afternoon, eating in the university dining room, we did some walks with the students of the faculty as well. All this was enriching, a
wonderful experience while we knew each other and approached through the rich Hindu culture.
Artists from several countries, such as Bangladesh, Tibet, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Italy, France, Spain and Peru, participated with me, of course!
We met remarkably interesting people, we enjoyed the kindness and hospitality of the Hindu people at every step. I learned a lot and realized that this is a different trip, India makes you travel with your heart. Unforgettable!