Shrishti Art Gallery, one of the oldest art galleries in Hyderabad showcasing Indian Contemporary Art, in partnership with American India Foundation (AIF), a twenty-year-old not for profit organization, and with the support of 90+ Artists, successfully completed its online fund raiser sale to help Artists and Artisans whose livelihoods have been severely undercut by the Covid-19 pandemic.
An Online art exhibition to support artists and artisans whose livelihoods have been severely undercut by the COVID-19 pandemic. In support of underprivileged artists and artisans whose livelihoods have been severely undercut by the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Shrishti Art Gallery have put together “Introspection”, an online art fundraiser sale with more than 90+ artists and 130+ artworks. Check out the artworks at www.donate-shrishtiart.com. 50% of the sale proceeds will be donated to American India Foundation (www.aif.org), a 20 year non-profit organisation working on health, education and livelihoods of underprivileged communities in India. The sale proceeds will be used by AIF to support artists and artisans who are in dire financial needs due to Covid 19.
On its eighteenth anniversary, Shrishti Art Gallery is delighted to invite you for "Entwined", a group exhibition of artworks where artists explore the multi-dimensional possibilities of thread and weave at Shrishti Art Gallery. The exhibition is curated by Lina Vincent and the concept note is below. We have 8 artists from across the country participating in the exhibition. The Preview will be followed by a talk on “Art and Consciousness” an unexplored journey of the role of art on the human race by Jay Krishnan. Jay is a partner at Mantra Capital, a fund focused on investing in human good. Prior to that he was the founding CEO of T-hub.
Shrishti Art Gallery is delighted to present “Realities and Fantasies”, an exhibition presenting recent works by Devraj Dakoji, one of India’s most renowned printmakers. Devraj Dakoji is exhibiting his works in Hyderabad after a gap of five years. It brings back nostalgic moments from the local art scene of 1960s and early 1970s, which saw him as a major presence. Continuing his ongoing series of “Wheel of Life”, Devraj Dakoji’s works brings attention to how the cycle of life continues despite the reality of man’s destructive interaction with nature. Recognizable forms In Dakoji Devraj’s work like fish, birds point to how these life forms adopt and survive as their natural habitats are destroyed. Dakoji Devraj has explored and excelled in several art media such as pen and sumi ink drawings, water colour paintings, and printmaking techniques especially lithography, and more. In his long career he has strived to contribute to the field of printmaking via his creative pra