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When cars dream

DNJAI67359 | 4/23/2016 | Author : After Hrs Correspondent | WC :160 | Art & Culture



The second leg of the Cartist Automobile Art Festival saw the exhibition with vehicles going artistic move to the front lawn opposite World Trade Park. The lawn was studded with 10 Tata Nanos and over 150 paintings prepared during the first leg of the fest. A red sculpture was on display at the entrance of the venue of the fest based on theme ‘Dreams of Cars’, with 14 miniature vehicles mounted on its head. Artists, who sought to represent their views through art, blended culture, heritage and their experiences spanning years and left visitors mesmerized. The festival venue on Friday was flooded with visitors and art lovers from Jaipur and other cities. Participants included young artists from New Delhi, students from Baroda School of F
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