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Crossing Borders

April 22 May 7

 

Art is the highest form of self-expression. It is able to transform all of our movements, thoughts and ideas, into movements and culture. Through art we bring forward our thoughts, emotions and also participate in bringing to light social and cultural awareness. Through dialogue, we are able to share our art and learn not only why we are different but empathize with what makes us the same.

South Asia has always been at the center of art culture. Throughout our history, from textiles to paintings, calligraphy and jewelry, India’s rich history and people’s have cultivated one of the largest palates of culture in the world. A vast landscape of art, style and culture that is distinctly unique from the last, India is home to many masters. Today more than ever, we feel these masters and their art culture, belong in the global discourse.

Like India, Canada has rich and diverse art history. A canvas which originally housed Indigenous Canadian art and culture, grew through it’s history to redefine what it is Canadian art. Today, Canada boast’s one of the most diverse cultural canvases in the world. Creating a space for us all continuously expand that cultural canvas, etching our styles and identity into it along the way.

NAMsh – Splash Art Gallery a digital art gallery, whose focus is to promote and elevate the discourse and understanding of South Asian art and culture in the global art space, by collaborating directly with senior artists, and galleries who share our vision and goals.

La Aartemisia Studio and Gallery is hosting a digital exhibition Titled,
CROSSING BORDERS.
The exhibition’s focus is to create a cross-cultural dialogue by introducing each community to the unique and rich art styles that the artists and their work exemplify.
From 22nd April to 7th May 2022.
The show is Curated by Sanjukta Arun from India and Nain Amyn from Canada.

Art is the highest form of self-expression. It is able to transform all of our movements, thoughts and ideas, into movements and culture. Through art we bring forward our thoughts, emotions and also participate in bringing to light social and cultural awareness. Through dialogue, we are able to share our art and learn not only why we are different but empathize with what makes us the same.

South Asia has always been at the center of art culture. Throughout our history, from textiles to paintings, calligraphy and jewelry, India’s rich history and people’s have cultivated one of the largest palates of culture in the world. A vast landscape of art, style and culture that is distinctly unique from the last, India is home to many masters. Today more than ever, we feel these masters and their art culture, belong in the global discourse.

Like India, Canada has rich and diverse art history. A canvas which originally housed Indigenous Canadian art and culture, grew through it’s history to redefine what it is Canadian art. Today, Canada boast’s one of the most diverse cultural canvases in the world. Creating a space for us all continuously expand that cultural canvas, etching our styles and identity into it along the way.

NAMsh – Splash Art Gallery a digital art gallery, whose focus is to promote and elevate the discourse and understanding of South Asian art and culture in the global art space, by collaborating directly with senior artists, and galleries who share our vision and goals.

La Aartemisia Studio and Gallery is hosting a digital exhibition Titled,
CROSSING BORDERS.
The exhibition’s focus is to create a cross-cultural dialogue by introducing each community to the unique and rich art styles that the artists and their work exemplify.
From 22nd April to 7th May 2022.
The show is Curated by Sanjukta Arun from India and Nain Amyn from Canada.

Online Exhibition

Online
Mumbai India