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Conjunction through art

DNJAI81196 | 10/13/2017 | Author : Kopal Batra | WC :370

Jaipur Kala Chaupal, the much-awaited art festival is all set to bring popular international artists to the Pink City for a 14-day long event. The art festival is a unique platform designed to integrate traditional art forms of India with contemporary art forms that exist internationally.
The festival kickstarts on October 20, and for ten days, the artists coming from different parts of the world will be working for a residency project, and will collaborate with local artists and work on the theme ‘Water’.
Leenika Jacob, who came up with the idea, is doing this festival along with popular artist Premila Singh. “My mother is also an artist, and has lived in South Africa for 20 years. She goes for residency projects. She s
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