Binary brilliance: Gnani Arts’ 20th anniversary art exhibition lights up Bengaluru

Dive into 'The Power Binary' art exhibition honouring India-Singapore connectivity with over 200 artworks on display from both nations.

ByDeeksha Devadiga

Published Aug 12, 2023 | 12:30 PM Updated Aug 12, 2023 | 12:30 PM

The exhibition showcases over 200 remarkable artworks.

In a vibrant tribute to two decades of artistic brilliance, Gnani Arts presents The Power Binary art exhibition — an exquisite fusion of creativity and India-Singapore connectivity.

Curated by co-founders P Gnana and Vidhya Gouresan Nair, the showcase unveils a world of artistry unlike any other.

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A tapestry of expression

A canvas of over 200 artworks, crafted by more than 150 artists from India and Singapore, adorns the halls of Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath.

The exhibition’s doors swung open on Wednesday, August 9, to an eager audience. It welcomed art enthusiasts, patrons, and curious minds alike.

The opening ceremony was marked by the presence of Karnataka’s Health Minister, Dinesh Gundu Rao.

Venturing into this realm of creativity, South First embarked on a captivating journey through the layers of the exhibition.

Experience The Power Binary, on display at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath until August 13.

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