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‘Small and Beautiful’ a group exhibition at ART HOUZ

December 2, 2016

‘Small and Beautiful’
a group exhibition consisting of twenty-eight artists
Presented by ART HOUZ

small-and-beautiful-a-group-exhibition-at-art-houz-bengaluruSome of the most profoundly influential works in history were small. Salvador Dali’s, The Persistence of Memory, for example, measures only 9 inches by 12 inches and Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, regarded as one of the most famous works of art in the world measures just 20 inches by 30 inches. Another beautiful example are the very intricate and delicate Indian miniatures which were designed to be held in hand either as illustrations in book or as loose-leaf pages in albums.
This exhibition is an amalgamation of various mediums and styles with no particular subject theme, aside from the artwork being smaller in size. In this exhibition we bring together outstanding works by twenty-eight artists across genres. We present the viewer with an eclectic array of artworks from paintings, drawings, illustrations, sculptures, photography, digital print, etchings, woodcut and installation.
This show perfectly coincides with Christmas and New Year celebrations and is filled with many works which will form the special gift you want to present your loved ones with. The show also aspires to be budget friendly for the buyers and collectors and thus will offer a versatile price range starting from Rs. 3000 onwards to choose from.

A Sneak-Peak
There are a total number of 93 works on display from abstract, figurative, semi-abstract, traditional, contemporary, landscapes to illustrations in mediums like paper-pulp, brass, granite, stainless steel and vintage paper and more. Most of the artists like Purushotham Adve, Praveen Kumar, Shraddha Rathi and Romi Revola are exploring the small format for the first time. Then there are artists like Jasu Rawal and Vijay Hagargundgi who have been exploring the small format for decades. Dimpy Menon who is famous for her brass sculptures and Ravi Kumar Kashi’s reknown paper-pulp sculpture is also part of the show. Also through this show we are introducing three extremely promising artists like Nikil Inaya, Veeresh Rudraswamy and Papil Mana.

Participating Artists
Aishwaryan K, Anjana Kothamachu, Anuradha Nalapat, Bakula Nayak, Bharati Sagar, Bhavani GS, Chandana Kankaria, Clyde D’Mello, Dayananda N, Dhara Mehrotra, Dimpy Menon, Jasu Rawal, Joshua Rosario, Lokesh BH, Mukund Kumar, Nikil Inaya, Papil Manna, Praveen Kumar, Purushotham Adve, Ravi Kumar Kashi, Romi Revola, Shan Re, Shirley Mathew, Shraddha Rathi, Suresh K Vela, Veeresh Rudraswamy, Vijay Hagargundgi, Vivek Mathew.

Launched in 2014, Art Houz’s arrival into Bengaluru’s contemporary art landscape was suffused with the verve of colour and the dynamism that it brings with it. Located on No: 63, Palace Road, Vasanth Nagar, the gallery is spread across 1,750 sq. ft. bringing the unique culture of art and architecture together in one space. Pristine white walls soaring up to 12 ft. add to its grandeur, giving contemporary art a while new vocabulary for display. Art Houz Bengaluru is ideal for exhibitions that seek to create a different dimension of experience, where the artwork, the artist and the viewer become a seamless entity of synchronised perceptual synapses.

Exhibition on view from 4th to 31st December 2016 | Monday-Saturday 10:30 AM – 06:30PM

63, Palace Road,

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