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Maya Burman’s art exhibition reflects on positive effects of nature during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Updated on: 19 September,2022 11:18 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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French artist Maya Burman’s artworks titled ‘Games of Life’ bring to life her experience during the Covid-19 pandemic, after she moved to a commune in Southwestern France. The vibrant paintings will be showcased by Art Alive Gallery at The Quorum in Lower Parel

Maya Burman’s art exhibition reflects on positive effects of nature during the Covid-19 pandemic

Maya Burman, Festival of Anthe, Watercolour, Ink and Pencil Colour on Paper, 107cm x 149cm, 2022. Photo Courtesy: Art Alive Gallery


When French artist Maya Burman moved from her residence in Paris to a small commune in Southwestern France during the Covid-19 pandemic, she may not have been prepared for the kind of influence it would have on her. Now, almost two years later, she has brought her experience there in the last two years to life in the form of vibrant artworks titled ‘Games of Life’, curated by poet Ranjit Hoskote.


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