Art Mart IV to celebrate 100th anniversary of Bollywood

By Rajat Bhatia, meri news

Epicentre at Apparel House in Sector 44, Gurgaon, is now all set to unveil Art Mart IV from September 21 to 23. The important event that celebrates Indian art in all its colors and forms will be held over the weekend to mark the 100th Anniversary of Hindi film Industry.

THE THREE-day art extravaganza will provide a great chance for all artists, gallerists, collectors, art connoisseurs and lovers, the general public along with media to witness a multidimensional art at Epicentre in Gurgaon.

Providing the independent and freelance artists an opportunity to exhibit, the multi dimensional Art Mart is also a platform for a wide gamut of associated activities like discussions, workshops, press meets, art appreciation courses, painting competitions for children, portrait painting and much more including music where art lovers can gather themselves and set a new platform for upcoming artists and young talent. It also brings an opportunity for people to sell and buy art and a lot more to enjoy and appreciate it all.

Organized by Old World Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. with the collaboration of many art experts, the Art Mart is as an open platform for showcasing and dealing in affordable art by emerging and talented artists, which gives a great exposure to the future artists of the country. It will feature high quality original paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, photographs and new media art, and will represent the full spectrum of contemporary Indian creativity from all over the country and across forms, styles and themes and reasonably priced which can be bought even with very low budget. The aim of Art Mart is to make art affordable and accessible to the public and collectors with variable pockets and tastes.

In Art Mart IV, which will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Indian cinema, some specially designed projects that have been added and having central theme in its creativity, entertainment and inspirational dimensions. A selection of art works, inspired by the Bollywood, Hollywood and themes of various other genres of popular and experimental cinema as well, and will be showcased in a specially curated exhibition ‘Art n Cinema’ featuring work of more than 20 artists.

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