Indian artists to organise 10-day exhibition in Hyderabad
The 16622 Collective, a group of four internationally acclaimed Indian artists, to organise a 10day exhibition here in the city at The State Art Gallery, Kavuri Hills, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
Hyderabad: The #16/622 Collective, a group of four internationally acclaimed Indian artists, to organise a 10-day exhibition here in the city at The State Art Gallery, Kavuri Hills, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad.
It will be formally open on February 9th at 6 pm. The show will go on until 18th February. It will be open to public from 10 am to 6 pm from the 10th February onwards. The four young women, all under 30 years include Lalitha Bandaru from Hyderabad, Pragya Bhargava from Gurgaon, Aparajitha Vaasudev from Bengaluru and Vickie Aravindhan from Singapore, are holding a 10-day art exhibition titled "A Eulogy To Things That Never Were."
The four classmates of BA (Hons) at Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore have come together to form a group "The #16/622 Collective", which nostalgically references the address of the flat where they lived together for three years in Singapore while studying there, which was the scene of a great many beautiful memories.
They grew there together as artists, as well as closer as a family. That very apartment complex has now been demolished to make way for a new metro station. It is their first exhibition as a group of four together in India. They are now spread over all over the world and live in different cities and countries in India and the USA.
This show will be formally inaugurated by Dr Kasu Prasad Reddy, Founder, Maxi Vision Eye Hospital and Nag Ashwin Reddy, Director, Scriptwriter, Producer, of Mahanati fame. Entry to this exhibition is open and all are invited.
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