Beat election blues with extraordinary art

Posted by Rana Ashish Singh
April 23, 2017

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Beat your election blues where you would have likely struggled between different bad options and cast a vote after closing your nose by enjoying what makes Delhi not just the power capital of the country but one of the leading cultural and intellectual centers of India

Delhi-born Sukant Khurana, who has spent most of his professional life in the USA and is exploring neuroscience, drug discovery, artificial intelligence, public health, and various venues of art and science in India for next year or two, has been exhibiting his paintings in Delhi. In fact, there is a movie being shot until Monday, April 24th 11:00 a.m. on his art “What’s the fuss about Sukant Khurana’s art?”

Here are the links to youtube videos on making of these movies:

The art exhibition “From Creative Destruction to Destructive Creation” delves into the human condition of suffering, everyday grind, and eventually an honorable slow success, more like the story of Delhi and the indomitable spirit of its residents. It is a unique art, which goes through processing of fire, knife stabs, bullet wounds, scrubbing, washing, natural weathering such as rain, snow, and ice and in some cases has layer upon layer are painted over, hiding the previous layers; while in others works evolve through repeated washing immediately after painting to let each layer speak to make the final image. This art would certainly transport you to another realm and make you beat election blues of another round of broken promises.

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