Art Curator Seema Subbanna hosted the group art Show titled "Many Folds" at Natya Tarangini. The show is continue till 26th March 2017. Its a curated show, where the focus is mainly on the content. The artists that are participating in Many Folds are very mature in their handling of the medium. This show consists of many forms of creativity like the paintings, prints and sculptures etc.
The guest spotted at the event were Raja Radha Reddy, Kaushalya Reddy, Shahnaz Husain, Charu Singh, Sharat Jain & Ruchika Jain, Uma Arora, Artist Sudha Pillai, Bharti Taneja, Aashmeen Munjal, Naresh Kapuria and Sharon Lowen
Some of the senior participating artists are- Amrut Patel, Anjan Chakraberty, Samir Aich, Yogesh Rawal, Sudha Pillai, who all are known for their styles of work. There are also artists who are working in different mediums like Hirday, Brijesh Patel, Poushali Das, Sangeeta Gupta and Sngeeta Murthy etc. Sharad Sonakusale, Soghra khurasani,Gurmeet Marwah, Apoorva Subbanna, Murugan, Digbijayee Etc are also the part of this group show who have received acclaim for their work. There are total 23 serious artists participating in this show.
Seema Subbanna said at the opening ceremony, " We live in a diverse land, with different cultures and various ideologies. The multiplicity of existence is what makes the world distinctive and beautiful. Bringing all of those elements together through a show was my main idea. ‘Many Folds’ are of culture, expressions, mediums, styles and techniques, which are bound together with immense creativity and talent. While I have always believed in giving younger and lesser known artists an equal footing to exhibit their works, this time I decided to show artists who irrespective of their work experience are already recognised and have received national acclaim in some form or the other. All the works being exhibited are very powerful with highlights of their own. While some are technically unique, there are others that catch ones eye because of the strength of the lines, colour schemes, the aesthetic beauty and textures"