More than 50 exhibitors share their work with visitors to the 24th of the month in the Borges Center Viamonte and San Martín. Are selected artisan gives the chance to marvel at pieces that seem to be of this world
In the framework of the VI Feria India in Buenos Aires, held at the Centro Cultural Borges until the 24th of this month are endless variables to maintain interest in this culture that has values and spirituality which is worth more than any riches . In this edition, and with great effort of the Embassy of India, over 50 exhibitors share their work with visitors. Also selected artisan gives the chance to marvel at pieces that seem to be of this world.
The Indian Feria VI in Buenos Aires has a host of activities that allow attendees enter the fascinating world of one of the largest, ancient villages and countries. In which specific recommendations and tips to know India and maximize a sightseeing trip to a glowing earth gave: On Thursday the seminar "Twelve hundred million colors The new India" was held.
For those who have not yet found their way to Hall 1 of Borges Center recommend to organize a time to not miss parts with selected artisans among which are Ashok Kumar Maharana: master the ancient art of stone carving shares parts made from one block to turn them into decorative objects with meticulous details that require clarity of mind and excellent mink. His most prized piece is a sculpture of 2 feet (approx. 1 meter high) which was his passport to this great experience to know Argentina. As an initiative to promote the work and keep the culture alive by the Government of India is responsible for organizing meetings for select artisans in each of those traveling on behalf of the country. Mohanlal Kumhar is a legend in his own right, beautiful tile panels depicting scenes from everyday life.
In India adorn public spaces such as the Ministry of Finance and the INA station including subway. His final work is an extraordinary picture of life or a decorative piece worthy of admiration. Continuing the journey to find Harpal Singh, a master of intricate chiseling and enameled metal objects such as vases, bowls and figurines. To meet this memorial practice uses a range of techniques and materials ranging from copper through the bronze, silver and gold. Note the organization of the event, not only for the provision of stands allowing agile and optimal flown to appreciate all the above but, in the case of these artisans have interpreters as neither speaks Spanish reducing barriers and simplify the transaction.
Accuracy is very sharp, we mean the artwork Salimbhai Aslambhai Shaikh who works in miniature scales that are amazing. His item? Wood chips and matches a transparent adhesive to create unique decorative objects, the realization of the Taj Mahal was his masterpiece. Finishing traveled find no less important artist: Ghanshyam Das Nimbark. Inspired by the Magnifica Corte India, its history along with many others is an example of the rebirth of traditional arts and crafts. His miniature painting comes to have so accurately that hair ebras achieved distinction in their work, though a magnifying glass to appreciate the detail due to the tiny proportion of his strokes is needed. It uses both oils and metals and their art is also found in domes, for example the brand new 5 stars Taj hotel in Mumbai.
Until 24 this month you will appreciate these marvels in Borges Center, in addition to parallel activities that develop and include lectures, film, dance and music. Any good excuse to organize a walk in this unmissable event will be gratified with the kindness and joy of a great people.
Traslation Belén Zapata