The featured artists include Laxman Aaley, Vijayraaj Bodhankar, Bhaskar Rao Botcha, Manoj Das, Gourishankar Soni, Sangeeta Babani, Madhavi Joshi, Ganesh Doddamani, Sanjay Tikkal, Rangoli Garg and Sujata Sah Sejekan, alongside striking works from Vietnam.
The exhibition will highlight the artistic learning, philosophy and processes of various art forms, bringing together the sensibilities and distinct imagery of the two countries.
“We started this series in Hyderabad in 2017 and wanted it to travel to different parts of the country. For Chennai’s show, we’ve put together an eclectic variety with bright colours of Vietnamese artwork and traditional Indian art,” says Rajat Mitra, co-founder Asian Art House. “We’ve also taken the budding artists we have featured in this series to art-related events and residencies across the country post these exhibitions,” he says.
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