STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Suman Gupta, an internationally acclaimed realist artist of J&K has been invited to show his latest work based on life and teachings of great Sikh Guru Nanak Dev, in a major group-show in New Delhi. A month-long show titled ‘My Nanak’ is being organised by Gallery Nvya in connection with the 550th birth centenary of great Sikh guru, wherein some of the main stream artists from all over India shall be showcasing their specially created art works for the great occasion. The show shall be commencing on 24th November, 2019. Suman Gupta’s specially created sensitive work in magic realism for the great occasion evokes mythic and mystical with birds and animals as integral part where Guru Nanak Dev has been shown standing in the mystical twilight and looking towards horizon with his folded hands, as if in direct connection with the Almighty and surrounded by the flora and fauna, which creatively reinvents a visual vocabulary and further stimulates the viewer’s skills of imagination. Gupta’s painting successfully invokes art’s emotive nature, its capacity to make people feel pathos and waste of worldly conflict, and help instill a desire and commitment to end conflict and work with love and peace for the humanity.
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