Art4you Gallery is pleased to present the “AGAPE – The Unrevealed” exhibit, a group show opening on March 24th and on view through April 8th, 2022. Curated by Jesno Jackson, the exhibition will feature artworks by more than 15 international artists investigating innovative mediums, narratives, and practices. The “AGAPE” exhibit explores in-depth themes of pioneering creativity with artists defying the odds to explore new frontiers with their work. The exhibition features a wide array of mediums, many presented in new and alternative ways, including paintings, sculpture, mixed media, and performance art.
Three new oil paintings and one acrylic painting were displayed in this two-week-long exhibition by Mahfuzur Rahman.
The “AGAPE” exhibit serves as a celebration of creativity, bringing together artists that continue to progress and evolve with artworks that forge into the future. The exhibition presents a number of artists who have pushed boundaries with their different styles and techniques with stories. Sweden-based Danish painter Sujatha Kristensen explores the line between abstraction and representation, while Romanian artist Ruxandra Mocean, is inspired by her artwork by Bible passages or on a purpose of healing, also what the world fails to express. Neha Shailender reinvents herself into non-human forms in an effort to investigate beauty and the grotesque.
Most of her works revolve around the concept of love and compassion that binds people. Indian Artist Anubha explores the delicate medium of silk and the various techniques of color application with her nature paintings, close proximity to mountains, landscapes, and spirituality, while Hannan Bazargad from Iran creates work with magnificent sight, life, and freedom, the world of peace and beauty. Her inspiration is nature bringing her vision to life using mixed media on canvas. UAE-based performance artist and painter from Lebanon – Cynthia Khabsa embodies abstract sociological theories and transforms the language specific to studies of race, gender, nature, and diaspora into materials that can be felt with music and expression of paints, while sculpture artist Nisar Ibrahim uses language as a tool to ”create the question, imagine, empower, with UAE themed sculpture” with his latest work, created for the AGAPE exhibition. Kumar Chadayamangalam navigates a different concept with his creation ‘The Winter ‘ that explores the contemporary elements inboard, while Viraj Gandhi's work is influenced by various emotions of life – happiness, success, triumph, peace, and overcoming dark sadness.
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