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Art sans borders

DNJAI6575 | 4/11/2009 | Author : Anshika Ajmera | WC :237

A group of Indian and Hungarian artists have put together a show at JKK

Arjun Prajapati, Vinay Sharma, Nathulal Verma, Josef Szurcsik, Suresh Sharma, Lajos Csonto, Istvan Eross, Lalit Sharma…huh! We could go on with the names, but this list of artists is too long….
Their ongoing exhibition at Jawahar Kala Kendra is not just a mélange of paintings and sculptures, but it is a blend of art from India and abroad. This group 13 Indian and eight Hungarian artists have displayed their works at three galleries in the Kendra. Organised by Mati Manas, the show exhibits works made during Jaipur’s ‘first international art camp’, held from January 19-22. The exhibition is on till April 13.  
As you pass by the cafeteria of JKK and head towards the galleries, what stops you are the vibrant sculptures in white
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