With a collaborative effort, a colossal task can be completed in a very little time. This season, New Delhi based artists like Priyanka Banerjee, Mridoul Chakraborty, Dr Meghna Agarwal Jain, Nilay Sarkar collaborated with Liszt. Institute Hungarian Cultural Centre along with students of National School of Drama to commemorate the 111th death anniversary of the legendary artist Amrita Shergill.
0n 31st January, the capital woke up to a wet and foggy morning. However, the damp weather could not dampen the spirits of the art enthusiasts. The vivacious artists, Hungarian cultural centre and the students National School of drama were determined to render warmth through myriad hues to the otherwise cold and grey landscape of the capital.
The exhibition titled” Mobile Museum – Amrita among us” was showcased in the heart of the capital, Khan Market. Nine drama students acted as live paintings of Shergill’s famous artworks titled Three Girls, Self Portrait, The little girl in blue, Victor Egan, Portrait of Father, Portrait of Mother and Young man with apples under the guidance of former Dean of N.S.D , Santanu Bose.
The backdrop of the artworks were executed by talented artists like Nilay Sarkar, Mridoul Chakraborty, Dr Meghna Agarwal Jain and Priyanka Banerjee.
Ms Mariann Erdo, the effervescent Director of Liszt Institute Hungarian Cultural Centre, New Delhi along with her dynamic team worked arduously to make the impossible possible. Their hard work bore fruits as the people were rapt in admiration for the unique concept. It was truly a fun filled and memorable evening full of colours, warmth, camaraderie, conversation and laughter.