JUNCTURES & CONSTELLATIONS:
India and North America Contemporary Art
from India and the Diaspora.
Presented by The India Cultural Center of Greenwich
& The Greenwich Arts Council
Tuesday, February 12- 22, 2019
Wednesday, February 13 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Lecture and loan of renowned works by Kathryn Myers,
University of Connecticut Professor and two-time Fulbright Scholar in India.
Local artists from Fairfield and Westchester counties will be exhibiting original
works featuring art of the Indian diaspora.
Professor Myers will address how the art of the Indian diaspora opens up a fresh way of viewing Indian traditions and how indigenous artists and contemporary artists are traversing cultural boundaries to forge new paths.
This exhibit is part of ICC’s “Discover” series, which explores the cinematic, culinary, literary, performing and visual arts of the Indian subcontinent.
Featured Artists include:
Chitra Ramcharandas (Greenwich), Madhu Mathur (Greenwich), Meera Agarwal (Rye), Prachi Khade-Gurjar (Stamford), Pratibha Garewal (Mount Kisco).
Professor Kathryn Myers will be loaning the works of the following artists to the exhibit: Mahalaxmi Karn, Santosh Kumar Das, Rani Jha and Naresh Kumar Paswan.
About India Cultural Center of Greenwich (“ICC Greenwich”):
ICC Greenwich, founded in 2012, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to promote Indian culture and arts in the Lower Fairfield and Westchester areas. Our objective is to organize Indian cultural programs and events on a secular basis. Our programs are targeted towards both the Indian American diaspora and our community at large. To learn about ICC Greenwich, please visit https://iccgreenwich.org.
Opening event is free to attend,and many of the featured works will be available for purchase.
Food and refreshments provided with drinks generously donated by Cap, Cork & Cellar. Appetizers by Mumbai Times.
Rani Jha From the collection
of Kathryn Myers