A Tale of Two Cities Launch by Rahul Gajjar

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Date(s) - 30/10/2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Nehru Centre

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Artcore warmly invites you to the opening of an exhibition A Tale of Two Cities by Rahul Gajjar showcasing fine art photographs on archival paper with pigment inks of Two Cities in India – Baroda and Champaner, former capitals of strong kingdoms, dotted with architectural marvels, replete with fantastical stories, popular with travellers even today!

Rahul Gajjar has created a fabulous range of Fine Art Jewellery, traditionally woven and printed silk sarees, stoles and scarves. This will also be on show.

Opening :
5 pm, Monday, October 30, 2017, at
The Nehru Centre, 8 South Audley Street, W1K 1HF, London

Chief Guest : Mr. C.B. Patel, Editor – Asian Voice & Gujarat Samachar, U.K.
Guests of Honour : Mrs. Dayaben Vadgama, Mr. Lalubhai Parekh

The exhibition will be on view every day till Sunday, November 05, 2017 between 10 am and 6 pm.This exhibition is a part of the larger Chai and the City Art Project.

On Monday 30th October we launched the exhibition A Tale of Two Cities by Rahul Gajjar at The Nehru Centre, London. The exhibition showcases Gajjar’s fine art photographs on archival paper with pigment inks of Two Cities in India – Baroda and Champaner, former capitals of strong kingdoms, dotted with architectural marvels and replete with fantastical stories.

Gajjar’s fabulous range of unique Fine Art Jewellery, traditionally woven and printed silk sarees, stoles and scarves were also on show.

We were joined by Chief Guest, Mr. C.B. Patel, Editor – Asian Voice & Gujarat Samachar, U.K. and Guests of Honour : Mrs. Dayaben Vadgama, Mr. Lalubhai Parekh to inaugurate Rahul Gajjar. We were also joined by familiar faces from Derby Museums and cherish the support the East Midlands art community has shown.

We would like to thank all our friends and followers for coming all the way from Derby, Nottingham, Reading, London and attending the event.

The exhibition will be on view every day till Sunday, November 05, 2017 between 10 am and 6 pm. This exhibition is a part of the larger Chai and the City Art Project.

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