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First Shower by Friends of Pradarshak - Preview - A Report
Mrs. & Mr. Gul Malani lighting the lamp
Shower by Friends of Pradarshak’ - 20th
Anniversary Show of Gallery Pradarshak, Khar (W), Mumbai on 9th
On the 9th of June, 2014 Pradarshak, the little gallery of
contemporary fine art completed its 20 years of deep rooted existence in
service of artists and art lovers. It is now like a 10 year old kid with 10 yrs
On the auspicious occasion,
the founders of Pradarshak, Lalit and Savitha Hira hosted the preview with High
Tea of ‘First Shower by Friends of Pradarshak’ - a special exhibition featuring 20
hand-picked artists, sculptors, photographers and print-makers from their vast
repertoire of having shown 1300+ artists in 20 years.
exhibition is a manifestation of some fine abstract paintings and sculptures by
some of the best known emerging artists of the fraternity. The exhibition
continues till 30th June’14 at gallery Pradarshak.
Debashish Chall - accoustic guitarist and his team strumming live music
commenced with lighting of lamp by guests of honour, Mrs. & Mr. Gul Malani
followed by felicitations of those, who have nurtured Pradarshak through its
20-year long journey. The evening was filled with melody with soft unplugged
music at the backdrop of some spectacular camaraderie at the venue. The event
was a grand success as it marked a large august gathering of art connoisseurs, art
lovers, architects, artists... who joined in the joie de vivre.
also came alive as special guests were portrayed live by artists Gayatri Mehta
and Sachin Kumawat, who sketched live portraits; the former using charcoal on
cartridge paper, etching deep lines into the personalities of her subjects;
while the latter used pencil on paper sketching briskly in minimal strokes,
drawing out the patron’s persona. This probably was the best gift for their
take-home. The gallery also handed out daintily wrapped twin-chocolate flowers
with ‘in togetherness, we blossom’ transcribed on them as a token of their