The NEWS Artwork Fest 2024 goals to transcend showcasing up to date artwork. Curated by Hyderabad-based artists Laxman Aelay and Bolgum Nagesh Goud together with Mumbai-based Manvinder Dawer, founder, India Tremendous Artwork, the competition will host interactive periods and workshops with well-known artists. On the State Gallery of Artwork in Madhapur, Hyderabad, the occasions will kick begin with an artwork camp on February 12 and lead as much as an artwork showcase starting on February 17.
“We wished to organise an artwork competition in Hyderabad for the final two years and it’s lastly happening. We started with an intent of that includes artworks by at the least 100 artists and earlier than we knew it, the quantity grew to 200,” says Manvinder.
He reveals that the artwork camp could have 12 artists interacting with artwork lovers. Anjolie Ela Menon, Shuvaprasanna, V Ramesh, Vinod Sharma, RM Palaniappan, Vrindavan Solanki, G Subramanian, Shipra Bhattacharya, Shobha Broota, Prabhakar Kolte, Gurcharan Singh and Vimmi Indra are the taking part artists. “The camps and workshops will not be restricted to rising and mid-career artists or artwork college students. These periods can be open to anybody fascinated with watching artists at work and understanding artwork higher,” Manvinder provides.
The NEWS Artwork Fest line up
Artwork camp: February 12 to 17; 11am to 7 pm
Modern artwork exhibition: February 17 to March 7
Artwork speak: Abstraction as an artwork observe by Prabhakar Kolte; February 15, 4pm
Music: Hawaiian guitar recital by Jaywant Naidu; February 18, 10.45am
Presentation by Anjolie Ela Menon; February 18, 11.30am
Efficiency artwork by Harsha Durugadda; February 21, 4.30pm
New media artworks: Stroll by means of by Nirmala Biluka; February 21, 5.15pm
Brief movie screening: The Shadows Took Form by Chandra Bhattacharya on February 24; 4.30pm
Venue: State Gallery of Artwork, Madhapur, Hyderabad
On view in the course of the exhibition can be work, sculptures, new media installations, drawings and etchings by artists whose work pertains to early fashionable artwork, Bombay progressive group, Kolkata group, Madras faculty and Baroda narrative figurative teams, amongst others.
The works of reputed artists reminiscent of Ok Laxma Goud, Thota Vaikuntam, Ravinder Reddy and V Ramesh from the south will characteristic together with these of Jogen Chowdhary, Suhas Roy and Chandra Bhattacharya, portraying aspects of human life. Rini Dhumal, Rekha Rodwittiya, Indrapramit Roy, Surendran Nair and Vrindavan Solanki’s works will characteristic figurative and narrative reflections of the land. Manu and Madhvi Parekh’s work will showcase work impressed by people artwork whereas Prabhakar Kolte and Vinod Sharma’s artworks veer in direction of abstracts. Landscapes by the late Surya Prakash, the daring strokes of Ram Kumar and Ramesh Gorjala’s reinterpretation of mythological themes in Kalamkari model may also be part of the exhibition.
Among the many sculptures, look out for Ravinder Reddy’s collection on deities, terracotta sculptures by Himmat Shah, chrome steel creations by Valey Shende and Arzan Khambatta and Karl Antao’s wood sculptures.
The brand new media artwork part, curated by Anand Gadapa and Nirmala Biluka, will characteristic installations by rising artists who use supplies starting from leather-based and charcoal to carton packing containers to painting social themes. A few of these installations embrace Swathi Bheemani’s Fragments of Disaster, Manoj Kumar Pannala’s Beasts Inside and Banda Suresh Kumar’s collection on dwelling objects. Rahul Mitra’s Field Metropolis can be a metaphor for all times in city areas. There may also be multimedia artwork installations.