What do you do after returning from a wonderful holiday? Maybe write a holiday diary, talk all about it to your friends, or simply go through your photos to reminisce. Now, you have the chance to enjoy others’ travels as well, through the art show TRIPtych – A Visual Ode to Travel, by Arzan Khambatta, Ritam Banerjee and Sona Bahadur.
The show features photographs and installations by the three artistes, and it also happens to be Sona Bahadur’s debut exhibition of her images. ‘Shot in far-flung places, the freewheeling work is bound together by a mood of playfulness and whimsy,’ she says about her works. Banerjee and Khambatta’s works too, delve into their travel diaries and suitcases to present a colourful and artistic view of the worlds they have explored.
Arzan Khambatta A qualified architect, Arzan is a reputed sculptor who has worked with various media. He has created several public sculptures and installations and frequently participates in group and solo shows across the country. Recently he also contributed to Verve‘s art special. (Read more about him here.)
Ritam Banerjee A Mumbai-based photographer and a Verve contributor, Banerjee has been working in various streams including travel, advertising, interiors, portraits, fashion, and food. He has also created theme-based calendars and regularly exhibits his work at shows.
Sona Bahadur Mumbai-based Bahadur is a writer, whose articles have featured in several publications, including Verve. This is her first photography exhibition.
TRIPtych – A Visual Ode to Travel is on display at Gallery Art & Soul, Mumbai (1, Madhuli, Shiv Sagar Estate, Worli) until April 22, 2015.
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