Mumbai, This Art Exhibition Is Where You Need To Be This Weekend

As Rotary Club continues to showcase artists, there’s more than just art that you need to visit it for

 
Mumbai, this art exhibition is where you need to be this weekend

Looks like this is the perfect time to bring out your inner love of art and take it out for a stroll as you walk through the art displays by more than 20 artists at the ‘ARTmosphere’ exhibition that is being hosted by the Rotary Club of Bombay Pier.

In fact, if you had been to the previous art show that was held by the Rotary Club of Mumbai Bandra Kurla Complex, you may have had a chance to witness art in varied forms such as painting, photography and sculpture.

The beautiful art pieces
The beautiful art pieces
Youngsters admiring the art work
Youngsters admiring the art work
Rotary Club BKC President Rushabh Vasa (in light blue and white) at the earlier event
Rotary Club BKC President Rushabh Vasa (in light blue and white) at the earlier event

Where and when is this happening?

The ARTmosphere is being held at the Kamalnayan Bajaj Hall and Art Gallery, Nariman Point between 20th and 24th March 2018, and you can walk in at any time between 11 am and 7 pm. This is also a great way to use your time over the weekend, when you can enjoy various art forms at leisure and also know that if you choose to bring home any of the pieces, you get to help someone out there who will really need and appreciate the help.

Show Curator Sanjay Wadhwa with one of the paintings
Show Curator Sanjay Wadhwa with one of the paintings

According to Show Curator Rotarian Sanjay Wadhwa, “The exhibition features a collection of art work ranging from Figurative to Abstract that has been created by emerging artists. It is an affordable collection of artwork.”

Here is what makes this exhibition even more special

As you view and admire the work of more than 20 artists, all the proceeds that will be collected from the event will be used to fund a host of projects that are already being managed by the Rotary Club to help those who are differently abled or underprivileged.

RCBP President Paresh Shah
RCBP President Paresh Shah
RCBP President Paresh Shah with guest of honour Shaina NC
RCBP President Paresh Shah with guest of honour Shaina NC
A painting by artist B Nagesh Goud
A painting by artist B Nagesh Goud

According to Rotarian Paresh Shah, President of RCBP, “Buying art for charity is like having your cake and eating it too. For every art piece that you buy, you get the satisfaction of helping the underprivileged and the differently abled. Support our cause and create an ARTMOSPHERE for the needy.”

There is always space for good art in your home, and when it comes with a great cause as this, you get even more reasons to take some time out and indulge in the love of art.

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