Let’s go Gwalior! JaipurArt Summit from 16th to 20th Dec 2022

Let’s go Gwalior!

Few like-minded national and international artists of our nation believe that the JaipurArt Summit is going to open the door to the dreams of Gwalior city artists where first time in the city 100 artists from 15 countries will work together on cross border art connectivity.

These artists will create & display creative expressions across many media and formats like visual, digital & video art, folk, tribals & traditional art, canvas & craft art, interactive art & talk about the relationship between letters and images or artist’s letters from transnational perspectives.

An international art camp, which is an integral part of the summit will draw in some of the biggest names from across the globe including Georgia, South Korea, Iran, Afghanistan and Egypt.

Throughout the last decade, Jaipur Art Summit has maintained its ability to anticipate new trends in the art and while presenting young artists work under renewed perspectives as art is an intelligence is made by invisible words of different visiable colours.

Prof Eelkwon Kim is a program coordinator of Gwalior Edition 2022 and a Korean asian modern & contemporary painter. Prof Kim’s work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized high prices for his Untitled work sold at Christie’s in 2011.

Dr Amita Khare is a program director of Gwalior Edition 2022 and an interdisciplinary artist working in drawing, painting, writing and teaching. Her art practice explores the surreal aspects of cultural hybridity and old and new forms of colonization. She is interested in the global art transmission in writing and other ancient forms of visual culture.

This event will be the collective efforts by the Jaipur Art Summit and Jiwaji University, Gwalior.

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