New Delhi: An exhibition of paintings and sculpture under the title ‘Remaining Colors’ inaugurated by renowned art promoter Sandeep Marwah exhibited by series of senior painters curated by Amrita Prakash at Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre at New Delhi.
“Love for art makes you a complete human being. Art exhibitions are like festivals, they bring lots of energy and excitement in the life of artist and art lovers. These kind of exercises have promoted arts and art business,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios while inaugurating the exhibition.
“We are more than happy that renowned art promoter Sandeep Marwah is here at the centre and his presence has made place more vibrant,” said Dr. Wilhelm Zolton Councilor at Hungarian Embassy and Director of Hungarian Information & Cultural Centre.
The exhibition has paintings by different artists from all over India including Vijendra Sharma, Aditya Nibhanapudi, Amit Kalla, Deeksha Jha, Eiashmeet Mehlawat, Ganpati Subramanian, Maheshwar Sinha, Manisha EM, Nikita Mishra, Rekha Singh, Renu Jain, Sachee Kant Jha, Sastri Sanyassya, Shashi Priya, Shikha Ojha, Sullu Mathew, VK Goyal, Vinita Rathour and Yash Verma for all three days.
Many art lovers, art collectors, members of Hungarian Cultural Centre and people from different strata of life attended the event.