12-day contemporary art exhibition at The Gallery of Gnani Arts
'The Asian Prom: Dances of Asia in Visual Art' will be open on 25 August undtil 5 September.
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The exhibition will be showcased at The Gallery of Gnani Arts, situated at #01-17, Tanglin Shopping Centre, 19 Tanglin Road (between St Regis and Orchard Parade Hotel). The international and accomplished participating artists of this exhibition hail from France, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore and India.
No doubt, dance is indeed the ruling concept of the exhibition. However, how abstract or how photo-realistic or how symbolic the portrayal in each painting is going to be, was absolutely the creative decision of the individual artist. To capture the feel of unpredictable movement, the intensity of emotion or the culture-specific principle of a dance form on canvas, is magical indeed.
Artists featured are S. Sivabalan (India), Odile Moulin (France), P. Gnana (India), Raja Segar (Sri Lanka), Sivarajah Natarajan (Malaysia) and Satheesh Kanna (India)