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Krishna Utsav - The Quest Into Symbolic Art

The Quest into Symbolic Art – Krishna Utsav

Lord Krishna is a symbol of Absolute Truth. Krishna is the combination of Krish and Na. While Krish implies the shelter of all existence, Na means supreme happiness. Artists and Art Lovers have experienced Spiritual Bliss through paintings of Lord Krishna. Artworks depicting Radha Krishna show the power of love…divine and pure. Art Laureate’s artists reflect Lord Krishna’s philosophy of setting their heart on their work but not on the reward.  A popular quote: “Actions do not cling to me because I am not attached to their results. Those who understand this and practice it, live in freedom.”


Venue : www.artlaureate.com
Exhibition Date : 03 August to 03 October 2017   
 
The Quest of Art in Interiors

The Quest of Art in Interiors 

Is a room all about the furniture in it? One of the most basic principles of interior design is that every room needs a focal point or a single design element that will draw attention…this element will be the point of interest or emphasis. An art work can and should be that focal point as it also imbibes the other important principles – balance, rhythm, harmony, proportion and scale.

Art is very communicative and it completes the space – fills the void. Many designers pick up an Artwork and balance all other elements around it…a magnificent sculpture for the outdoors becomes the focal point around which landscaping can be designed or a beautiful painting in a room can become the basis of choice of colours, texture and style of décor. Even in the context of energy flow, to give a space the right positive energy, choosing appropriate art work is imperative.

Art can be in any medium – canvas, metal, fiber, stone or glass Never underestimate the importance of Art – do not leave it for the end if you want your space to have an impact. 

Venue : www.artlaureate.com
Exhibition Date : 05 October - 05 December 2017   
 
The Quest of Art in Interiors

The Quest of Art in Interiors 

Is a room all about the furniture in it? One of the most basic principles of interior design is that every room needs a focal point or a single design element that will draw attention…this element will be the point of interest or emphasis. An art work can and should be that focal point as it also imbibes the other important principles – balance, rhythm, harmony, proportion and scale.

Art is very communicative and it completes the space – fills the void. Many designers pick up an Artwork and balance all other elements around it…a magnificent sculpture for the outdoors becomes the focal point around which landscaping can be designed or a beautiful painting in a room can become the basis of choice of colours, texture and style of décor. Even in the context of energy flow, to give a space the right positive energy, choosing appropriate art work is imperative.

Art can be in any medium – canvas, metal, fiber, stone or glass Never underestimate the importance of Art – do not leave it for the end if you want your space to have an impact. 

Venue : www.artlaureate.com
Exhibition Date : 05 October - 05 December 2017   
 
Gender Gen X, Y, Z
While Gender Equality has been a serious issue through the ages,our young artists Divya Singh, Parnika and Satya have decided to voice their opinion through Art Gender disparity manifests itself in various forms, the most obvious being the trend of continuously declining female ratio in the population in the last few decades. Social stereotyping and violence at the domestic and societal levels are some of the other manifestations. Discriminations against girl children, adolescent girls and women persists in parts of the country. The underlying causes of gender inequality are related to social and economic structure, which is based on informal and formal norms, and practices. Consequently, the access of women particularly those belonging to weaker sections including Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/ Other backward Classes and minorities, majority of whom are in the rural areas and in the informal, unorganized sector – to education, health and productive resources, among others, is inadequate. Therefore, they remain largely marginalized, poor and socially excluded. Our young artists, like the other members of Gen X, strongly believe In Gender Equality and they believe that the mind has to be strong to condemn social bias and man-made customs degrading the woman.
Venue : F-213 A, First Floor, Lado Sarai Village,New Delhi-110030
Exhibition Date : 25th Sept to 15th Oct 2015   
 
A Brush With Secularism
“We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic…” This is the Preamble of India’s Constitution and while a handful of our citizens seem to have erased the word SECULAR from their vocabulary, the artists at Art Laureate have painted Secular strokes. Secularism is the core of our nation…it is the spirit which binds us together allowing us to grow as a tolerant nation respecting one another’s beliefs. Artist Kishore Roy has depicted the Magic of the Flute to spread joy and harmony, Sangeeta Murthy’s subtle Ganeshji and Turtles are for good fortune and longevity, Shalini’s work shows that Nirvana can be attained through any religion, Rabab Zaidi portrays the importance of maintaining a balance and Joshua’s painting talks about the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit  – Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, Fortitude, Knowledge, Piety and Fear of the Lord. Whether it is through Buddha or through Krishna, the message is the same – love, compassion and tolerance are essential for happiness.
Venue : Hilton Garden Inn, DLF Place Mall, Saket, New Delhi Art Laureate, F213A, First Floor, LadoSarai Village, New Delhi
Exhibition Date : 17th Oct To 29th Nov 2015