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Art Show Sept 18, 2009

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Art Show @ PBC Art Gallery from 18-30 Sep, 2009

Art Show @ PBC Art Gallery from 18-30 Sep, 2009


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  • 1. PBC Art Gallery cordially invites you to the inauguration of an exhibition of paintings by six artists Harmony & Balance curated by Ruki Chatterjee on Friday, September 18, 2009 at 5 p.m. at Paharpur Business Centre 21, Nehru Place Greens, New Delhi 110019 Chief Guest Mr. Suneet Chopra RSVP Eminent Art Critic and Writer Surekha Sardana T: 2620 7747 F: 2620 7700 Guest of Honor SMS: 98 710 12135 Mr. Keshav Malik E: pr@pbcnet.com Eminent Art Critic
  • 2. Participating Artists: “The empathy of these art composers enrich the nuances of whatever they observe directly or via the cogitating consciousness. Such psychic quality is seen in the Bhim Malhotra compositions of the meditative, Rajiv Ranjan, as in the richly decorative mudras of Manas Ranjan Jena, in the feminine coy beauty of Kumar Singha and Pijush Kanti Bera, Kumar Singha and in the moving workings of Ranjeet Singh, dwelling compassionately on the waifs floating for survival in the big cities of India. Artist Bhim Malhotra presents not figurative Manas Ranjan Jena but the innocence of pristine nature feelingly. None of these painters are imitative of each other. Each appears linked to his own stream of thought. Pijush Kanti Bera The exhibition curated by artist Ruki Chatterjee - trained in Vienna surely proves her Ranjeet Singh concern for art and the life of mind” Rajiv Ranjan - Keshav Malik The show will be on view from 19 – 30 September, 2009 Timings: 0930 hrs to 1900 hrs on weekdays By prior appointment on Saturday & Sunday www.pbcnet.com

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