A unique fundraising effort by Shrishti Art Gallery, showcasing Indian Contemporary Art, will see 50% of the sale proceeds given to the American India Foundation (AIF) towards supporting artists and artisans whose livelihoods have been severely undercut by the COVID-19 pandemic. The showcase will feature modern and contemporary artworks from more than 90 artists, albeit virtually, given the circumstances of the lockdown.
Shrishti, one of the oldest art galleries in Hyderabad, is holding an online art exhibition that features modern and contemporary artworks from more than 90 artists, including K.G. Subramanyan, Laxma Goud, DLN Reddy, Thota Vaikuntam, and Sudhir Patwardhan among others.
Lakshmi Nambiar, Shrishti Art Gallery owner and curator says, “As communities across the world continue to crusade against this deadly virus, a vast section of artists and artisans in India have lost all avenues of income in this uncertain future. We have planned a large online exhibition of artworks, thereby playing a responsible role in support of the most affected to rebuild their lives during this challenging time. We are deeply grateful to all the artists and patrons who generously contributed to this special endeavor.”
Artworks on display and sale are categorized as below
- Artworks by Senior Artists
- Sculptures / Three Dimensional Works
- Figurative / Semi Figurative Artworks
- Abstract Artworks
- Nature & Landscapes
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All artworks are discounted by 15% and you can view an online catalog of available works here