The signature of spectacular creations of visual language.
Aakaar 2022 opens to a great response; 14 artists from all over India come together for a unique art exhibition.
Aakaar is the name of an art exhibition that is representing 14 artists of KALAAKALPAM groups from all over India. The core concept of the spectacular group art exhibition displayed in the 3rd and 4th art galleries at Lalit Kala Akademi, Mandi House, New Delhi.
The show opened on 1st September and will be on display till 7th September 2022.
The event opened to a great response from the audience. The lighting of the lamp was done by Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi, Minister of Tourism and Culture was present at the event and performed the lamp lighting ceremony.
Meenakshi Lekhi said that everyone must see this collection of unique art exhibitions by Kalaakalpam Groups and Congratulated all 14 artists and the diversity, and beauty of India were further represented by the 14 artists.
The guest list included high profile diplomats like Tammy de Wright from the Art and Culture Wing of Australian high commission and Aditya Vajpayee, Chairman, Railway Claims Tribunal. Other esteemed guests,Tirtankar Biswas, Sushma Behl and Kay Chang from South Korea.
Aashima Mehrotra depicted the difficulties of independence, inventiveness, and emancipation while painting the “distorted liberation”. Through the intricate use of colour, she aimed to illustrate real-world circumstances. This artist group has been active for the last decade in organizing different artist camps and exhibitions across the nation under the banner of ‘Art Convergence’. The group was renamed and registered as KALAAKALPAM in 2022. Come to Lalit Kala Akademi and celebrate the rich thoughts of each artist by looking at the masterpieces, the signature of spectacular creations of visual language.
When travelling outside, Mamata Samantaray used to depict aspects of the adversity faced by rural women by covering their faces with a ghunghat. An academic once observed, “Art is the mysterious manifestation of the secret of nature.” Manoj Kumar Sahu draws inspiration from nature for his works as well. He considers the universe to be a sizable living area.
The exhibition’s maiden day gathered a huge response and positive words from the audience, critics, and guests.