A colony of national and international artists have experimented with various hues in their creations at the exhibition titled Boundless Boundaries that is being held at the Arushi Art Gallery in New Delhi. The works are thus a perfect interpretation of the complex, cosmopolitan world we live in.
“Good art is the unifying thread… it celebrates life through its many shades,” says Payal Kapoor, Director, Arushi Art Gallery. “The criterion for Boundless Boundaries, for selecting the artists was contemporary art and contemporary practices using different mediums — it took us one year to curate this show. The pandemic made us introspect and mull over life, dissolving boundaries and telling us in no uncertain terms that anything can happen anytime anywhere without our realisation. Similarly, modern art has no boundaries. Like Picasso said ‘Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life’. Indian and Western artists speak one language today; the quality of the art is what that matters,” she says. The line-up of artists from across the world includes
Abu Oluwaseyi, Rotimi Godwin, Saidou Dicko, Marty Thornton, Lindsey Nobel, Mr Sellout and Christophe Gaignon. They rub shoulders with acclaimed Indian names, including Roy Thomas, Valay Shende, Ganesh Selvraj, Smriti Dixit, Venkat Bothsa, Sanuj Birla…
Shilpi Madan for Sunday Herald