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Works by Raza and Manu Parekh to be on display, proceeds to go for charity

art-and-culture Updated: Sep 01, 2016 09:49 IST
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(L-R)Artworks by artists Sudip Roy, Late SH Raza, Vinita Dasgupta and Anupam Sud.

This art exhibition in Delhi not only promotes art but also supports a noble cause. The exhibition, The Premium Art Show, organised by Art for Concern, will have a preview on September 9 and open its gates to the public the next day. It features 60 iconic works by 45 artists, including, Late SH Raza, Ram Kumar, Anupam Sud, and Manu Parekh. The platform will not only bring art lovers closer to art, but will also make lives of many better. The proceeds will go towards supporting grassroot programmes in the field of education, health and community development.

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A painting titled Lilies by artist Gogi Saroj Pal.

The artists are also delighted to be part of this premium show. Artist Anupam Sud, says, “What really tugs at my heart is that art is being used to raise funds for those in need.” The organisers say they are happy to achieve more than just one purpose through this event. Anjana Khanna, head, Art for Concern, says, “The purpose of this exhibition is two-fold — one, it is an endeavour to raise funds to support the underprivileged, and presents the best of art.”

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This event also makes premium art easily accessible. Parul Aggarwal, branch head, says, “We are replicating the essence of premium art which is competitively priced as it is sourced from the artists.”

Catch It Live

What: The Premium Art Show
Where: Alliance Française de Delhi, 72, KK Birla Marg, Lodi Estate
When: September 9-11
Timings: 11am-5pm
Nearest Metro Station: Jor Bagh on Yellow Line