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South India's Art Bengaluru 2014 kicks off tomorrow

Bishkek (AKIpress) - South India's art event The stage is set for Art Bengaluru 2014, one of the most reputed National Art Festivals in India, Finanz Nachrichten reports.

The 5th edition of this art soiree is set to bring alive the Renaissance Period with the theme of European Art History. Art Bengaluru will bring national and international artworks and artists under one roof. The event will be held between 21 and 30 August.

This year, South India's biggest art festival will showcase 13 top galleries including one each from New York and Vietnam. It will also feature one of China's most popular artists, Liu Bolin and his work, for the first-time in India. Known as “The Invisible Man”, Bolin will be exhibiting his legendary “Hiding in the City” series apart from unveiling a creation exclusively for Art Bengaluru.

The event will witness a special musical performance by Padma Shri Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma on Sunday, 24th August, 2014.

Also, a part of the festival is Berserk, a unique children's art conference in its second year, created by the organizers of the festival.

Art Bengaluru 2014 will commence with a grand Opening Night featuring the works of renowned camouflage artist Liu Bolin and artist Bose Krishnamachari.


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