A painting exhibition by poet-diplomat Abhay K. opened at the National Library of Brasilia on Wednesday (December 5) showcased artworks painted in Moscow, St. Petersburg, New Delhi and Brasilia between 2005-2018.
The artist used various media, geometrical forms and colours to highlight the beauty of planet Earth. and brought attention to the pressing issues of climate change and ecological crisis.
Art critic Stanislav Savitsky said, "In his artworks, Abhay creates an allegory of planetary consciousness -emblems of the unity of the people. He draws images of spiritual unity and futuristic reworking of figurative and suprematic motives."
The opening of the exhibition was witnessed by the Ambassadors of India, Malaysia and Ghana, Minister-Counselors of Bulgaria, Egypt, Singapore and senior diplomats of France, Ukraine and Brazil. Other noted personalities who attended the event included Ana Maria Paula, a well known Brazilian actress and Ambassador of Peace, Ambassador Raul de Taunay, a poet and Brazil's Ambassador in Brazzaville, Congo
Former director of the National Gallery of Modern Art, Rajeev Lochan, said, "Abhay's artworks address worldly issues with a sense of introspection.
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