Using the unique medium of metal, thread and leather, A Labyrinth of Tales explores contemporary themes in its final edition
Seven artists have come together to offer a unique perspective into contemporary tales as part of a new show, titled A Labyrinth of Tales currently showing at Gallery 7.
Mehul Rathod creates his works using tiny slits of paper
The entire show is divided into three sculptures, printworks and paintings.
The mediums used vary from traditional ones like glass, marble, wood, acrylic, charcoal and oil to slightly more unorthodox material like metal sheets, thread work and leather.
An untitled work as part of the show
Originally conceived in three parts, this is the last segment of the series, and will feature artists like Alpesh Dave, Anil Majumdar, Jayesh Prajapati, Mehul Rathod, Nema Ram, Nivedita Dutta and Sachi Kamble offering a collection of contemporary works, each telling unique story. The artworks are also available on sale at the gallery.
On: Till April 30, 10.30 am to 7 pm
At: Gallery 7, G 3, ground floor, Oricon House, 12/14 Rampart Row, K Dubash Road, Kala Ghoda.
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