Unusual artefacts such as military armour, miniature car models, swords and vintage non-firing guns and Hollywood merchandise, customised into artworks make for a visual delight at an upcoming exhibition – Triptych Parade.
The concept that art is not limited to paintings and sculptures is explored through this exhibition. Rashi Goil, founder, says, “We have expanded the boundaries to create an extraordinary sensory experience for our audience.”
Rajiv Goil donated from his personal collection of the Pink Cadillac miniature car model customised with the iconic Elvis Presley’s designs which will also be showcased.
Balraj Gupta and his son Prateek will collectively showcase a versatile collection of interesting items, ranging from vintage guns to superhero helmets. While Balraj’s fascination with the vintage items reflects in his collection of swords and vintage non-firing guns, his son’s passion for Hollywood merchandise is evident from his impressive collection of the same.
The organisers believe that art has no boundaries and worked with a group of talented artists to prove this. Harshna Chandolia, co- founder, adds, “We have tried to break the barriers of perception of art, and showcase more than just art on a canvas. It is a true essence of our aesthetic and passion for art.”
CATCH IT LIVE
WHAT: Triptych Parade
WHERE: Gallery at 1AQ, Qutab Minar Roundabout, Mehrauli
WHEN: May 8
TIMINGS: 12pm to 10pm
Nearest Metro Station: Chattarpur on Yellow Line