A selection of art from 25 years of IFA’s grant-making programme
Bangalore: As a part of its mandate to encourage emerging voices in the arts and to foster cultural exchange, RMZ Foundation has collaborated with the India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) in presenting ‘CONTINUUM’, a selection of art from 25 years of India Foundation for the Arts (IFA’s) grant making programme at The Gallery, RMZ Ecoworld, Bellandur, from November 9 to 28, 2019 between 11 am and 6 pm (closed on Tuesdays).
On display will be the works of artists namely Alakananda Nag, Soumya Sankar Bose, Anitha Balachandran, Dhruv Jani, Avik Mukhopadhyay, Sarbajit Sen, Pallavi Paul & Sahej Rahal and Abul Kalam Azad. The exhibit includes photographs, video projection, animation projection, gaming projection and film screening.
Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and logistical infrastructure, the RMZ Foundation’s endeavour is to promote engagement with the art students, the art fraternity, as well as the public, through interactive workshops and outreach programs. RMZ Foundation helps accentuate art and present a new dimension in experiencing art at its mesmerizing best. The idea is to provide a significant boost of creating collaborative communities among the larger audience. India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) is an independent, not-for-profit grant making organisation based at Bangalore that supports practice, research and education in the arts and culture in India. India Foundation for the Arts (IFA)has supported close to 600 projects, the outcomes of which have resulted in books, films, performances, exhibitions and archival materials a part of which, one can experience at the exhibition “Continuum”.This body of selected works comes from the last 5 years of the art practice and its evolution.
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