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Posted: Tuesday, January 12 2010. 16:57

Wine in Art Show with a Difference

Wine and Art has been gaining prominence in the Metro cities in India but an art gallery in Delhi is organising an exhibition of Wine in Art by getting together a dozen promising and known artists, displaying over 40 paintings connected with wine in various forms.

‘Mile Surra Mera Tumhara’ as the title suggests, is ‘my wine meets yours,’ a rather heady way of saying- cheers, salute, salud, cin-cin, prost etc while clinking ‘my wine glass with yours’. The 41 paintings made in different media have been priced very reasonably at Rs.10, 000-50,000, a majority being on the lower to mid level a few exceptions go for Rs.75,000, according to Jaswinder Singh, the owner of Mystiq Art Gallery in D-3, Defence Colony.

‘This is an Art and Wine show that will leave you intoxicated in more ways than one. Wine in its various form is a wonderful catalyst to unite the opposites, to find common ground in debates, to make the seemingly impossible, a little possible. Its effects are heady and in moderation even Indian Wine Academy recommends it’, says Jaswinder.

‘The images are so vivid, the characters so engrossed with the wine, you would be forgiven for feeling heady! The images have a common notion of a drifting away from reality as the wine does its magic. Even though some of the characters seem to drool and appear to be tipsy, there is an innocent naivety about them,’ explains Jaswinder.

Amit Shrivastava, Andhra, Balesh Jindal, Gauri of Bhopal, Chinthala Jagadish, Rupinder, Sanjay Majumdar, Sanjay Punekar, Shridhar Iyer, Suleman, Tirthanker Biswas, Umesh Kumar Saxena are the dozen artists participating.

The exhibition will be inaugurated by Subhash Arora, President of Indian Wine Academy on 15th evening when the guests will be able to taste Seagram’s Nine Hills wines too and will continue till January 27. For details contact Mystiq Art Gallery directly.

DelWine and Indian Wine Academy, appreciate the wine and art relationship, but encourages wine in art as this will encourage the wine culture-with one advice and request to the artists to use proper wine glasses in their visualization, no matter what shape or form they like to emote in their work-editor

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Subhash Arora Says:

jaswinder- We don’t add after the article is published-only factual corrections. However, I can add above as comments. Pl confirm 

Posted @ January 13, 2010 14:42


Jaswinder Singh Says:

Thanks for the article. I wish to add that the copy of all the artworks have been written by Jagmohan Rathi. Besides, the guests will be able to taste Seagram’s Nine Hills wines till January 27.

Posted @ January 13, 2010 14:40


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