Miraki

Salvador Dali’s Surrealism
September 2, 2016
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Art Rickshaw Gallery wishes to present to you an exhibition in which we have brought together some extraordinary talents to portray the profound beauty of the Greek-originated concept of “Meraki.”
Meraki’s meaning, simply put, describes the process of leaving “a piece of yourself (your soul, creativity or love) into your work. When you love doing something so much, be it anything, that you put something of yourself into it. It is to place into the act, your complete undivided attention, to be done with an open willingness and with whole love, and when done with specificity to craft, it is to be done with diligent ardor.

An exhibition of paintings was held, by eminent artisits:
Dipankar Mani
Dipankar Ganguly
Biswajit Saha
Biplab Dalai

The Inaugration was held on 17th September 2016 at 6:00 PM
The guest of the evening were:
Wasim R. Kapoor
Debrata Chakrabarti
Mrinal Ghosh
Ananda Kishore Dhar
Saptarshi Chakrabarti
Prabhas Kejriwal.

We were also graced by an enthralling flute recital by Prabhas Kejriwal and a rendition of Rabindra Sangeet by Saptarshi Chakrabarti.

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1 Comment

  1. Sterling says:

    There is certainly a great deal to earn about this topic.

    I really like all of the points you’ve made.

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