Sunday, November 8, 2015

Sagarika Ghatge, Namrata Barua, Krsna Mehta, Jaideep Mehrotra at the Art Week 2015

Sagarika Ghatge, Namrata Barua, Krsna Mehta, Jaideep Mehrotra at the Art Week 2015

Sagarika Ghatge, Namrata Barua, Krsna Mehta, Anavila Misra, Bose Krishnamachari, Rouble Nagi, Kahini Arte Merchant, Editor of Good Homes Ronitaa Italia Dhani attended artist Jaideep Mehrotra's multimedia art display at Gallery Art & Soul, Worli, Mumbai, where Good Homes Magazine announced their fourth edition of  'GoodHomes for Art presented by Hafele and powered by Asian Paints in association with New India Assurance. 

Displaying Krsna Mehta with Ronitaa Italia Dhanu.JPG

Jaideep Mehrotra's preoccupation with sociopolitical issues manifests itself in his video work- a subconscious expression, reinforcing the message into the mind of the viewer through seemingly benign visuals.  

This year the art week will be held from 28th to 30th October 2015 at Carter Road, Bandra and will allow the public to witness some of the brilliant and creative works by renowned artists and art students.

Displaying Ronitaa Italia Dhanu, Jaideep Mehrotra and Namrata Barua.JPG
Artist Jaideep Mehrotra says, Right from the inception of Good Homes Art Week, my association with them has been to bring Art out of the confines of galleries and to exhibit it in the common expanses of the city. I wholeheartedly endorse their commendable efforts  and  extend my full support to see them grow in their endeav​our.

Ronitaa Italia-Dhani, Editor, Good Homes says,“The whole point of our endeavor is to blur the conscious boundaries and take art out of the galleries, to the people. GoodHomes would like to be the catalyst that facilitates an open dialogue between art and its observers… age, caste, class no bar!”

About GoodHomes:
GoodHomes is India’s leading home and décor magazine, published by Worldwide Media, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Times Group. The magazine was launched in India in 2008. It reaches out to the contemporary Indian home-owner, who is always on the lookout for inspirational ideas. House proud and homeward-bound, the magazine reflects the modern

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