World Sculpture Day: Masterpieces crafted with the utmost attention to detail : The Tribune India


Tribune press service

Amritsar, April 30

Celebrating International Sculpture Day, an exhibition of sculptures by artists from the city has been opened by the Indian Academy of Fine Arts. The exhibition features 25 works of art by 21 artists and these works will be part of the IAFA collection. The artists were also honored for their works during the exhibition.

Arvinder Chamak, secretary general of IAFA, said sculptures have always remained the oldest art form popular among artists. “We have had outstanding talents in this kind of art in the city and we encourage young talents through regular workshops. Sculpture has changed in form and medium over time, but its popularity remains the same.

The exhibit was set up to educate patrons of the art as well as visitors to the type of work undertaken by some veteran and some newer artists. Eminent sculptor Narinder Singh, senior member of the Mohinderjit Singh Art Gallery, who opened the exhibition and Shivdev Singh, President of IAFA, also appreciated the work on display.

The gallery already hosts its annual edition of the All-India Art Exhibition and Festival. The exhibition will remain open until May 2.


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