Architect Ashiesh Shah hopes to change your perspective about viewing art with the exhibition, The Art Fare at Pali Village Cafe (PVC). “Mishali (Sanghani, co-owner, PVC) always wanted to re-look at the space in an effortless way.That’s when we thought of The Art Fare and we contacted Project 88. We have acquired 16 pieces by 13 artists and used them in such a way that they add on to the feel of the cafe, not as if an elephant was in the room,” says Shah.
He cites an example of the video by Monali Meher, Playing Bazaar, which will be played in the cafe and the theme of the video reflects the idea of PVC.
And, if anyone wishes to buy any art pieces, they can get in touch with Project 88.
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