In what is being termed as ‘India’s first Art Walk’, a 3 km stretch will be dressed with canvases and sculptures, made by upcoming artists. The walk is through a lush green stretch at the luxurious Aralias, DLF Golf and Country Club, on March 3 and 4.
Having executed five exhibitions in the past, the organiser, The Renge Art gallery, aims to continue its support to upcoming artists, with this art walk. “We wanted to do something out of the ordinary. Thus, the concept of the art walk came up. During the walk, we will put more than 2,000 artworks on display,” says Shalini Vig Wadhwa, Co-founder of The Renge Art.
“The participating artists will be present to share their thoughts on their artworks. The extensive range of paintings showcase the artists' exceptional skills and pioneering methods,” informs Gopa Kumar, the Co-Founder, and Promoter of The Renge Art gallery – adding that the selected artworks will be exhibited at DLF Emporio later.
While most participating artists are young students from the College of Art and the Shri Ram School, there are a few who have already successfully put up shows in India and abroad – such as Anil Kohli, Asit Poddar, and Bipasha Sengupta. It is a great opportunity for budding artists, as it will be inaugurated by the Chairman of DLF Group, Mr. K.P Singh; and a huge elite crowd is expected to turn up.
Renge is an initiative to promote emerging artists, by giving them a platform to showcase their work. Renge’s aim is to revive the enjoyment and practice of creating art for personal fulfilment; to put up exhibitions and experiences that resonate with diverse audiences; and to bring people together through art. The Renge Art brings artists and art-making to the public, by providing studio spaces, and presenting the artists works via exhibitions and events. The endeavour of this art hub is also to advise, source, trade, and assist – both the art lovers and buyers.