Gurugram: “Art has no religion or caste, individuals who love art are in every case spiritually high. At whatever point there is an opportunity to be near art, I take the chance. I have been propagating love, harmony and solidarity through art and culture”, said Sandeep Marwah while inaugurating the new art gallery in Sushant Lok in Gurugram under the name of Krantz.
Sandeep Marwah likewise inaugurating the first exhibition of the gallery devoted to british master painter Thomas Gainsborough. The display exhibited the fine arts of Akhil Esh, Hem Raj, Archana Sen Gupta, Bahija Abdouelali from Morocco, Debjani Dey, Liliana Cortina from Cuba, Livet Pena Echemendiadia from Cuba, Nidhi Jain, Purnima Arora, Christina, Raghu Neware, Rajesh Baderia, Sailendra Goswami, Saanya Dahawn, Sansita Gogai and Shalini Tyagi.
“We will bring extraordinary regional artists to you and to promote, sustain and bolster our artists in their work”, said Iqbal Krishan (organiser and executive of Krantz Art Gallery).
The fine arts of Shridhar Iyer, Jyotsna Sharma, Onkar Singh, Swapan Roy, Adriana Ruth Thevenin from Mexico, Veena Khanna, Vijender Sharma and Mona Kapoor are additionally shown in the exhibition. The inauguration was attended to by numerous art lovers from all over Delhi and Gurugram.