Saturday, 30 November 2013

Aditi Rao Hyadri Lights the Lamp at Anemos' Functional Art Exhibition for GoodHomes for Art 2013

Where Art meets function

29th November 2013, 
Anemos - Raghuvanshi Mills, Lower Parel, Mumbai


Anemos, as you might already be aware, is a  luxury fan haven in Raghuvanshi Mills but it hosted a one of a kind event on the eve of 30th November 2013.

Actress Aditi Rao Hyadri, Interior Designer Nisha Jamwal, CEO of WWM, Mr. Tarun Rai and the Managing Director of Hafele, Mr. Jurgen Wolf were the attendees that graced the opening of the exhibition on Fridayevening.

They all, alongwith the Directors of Anemos - Mr. Rajkumar Jain and Nipoon Agrawal lit the Diya that was staged in the middle of the functional art exhibition to mark the beginning of this weekend long exhibition taking place at Anemos.

The exhibition is where 10 renowned artists like Brinda Miller, Arzan Khambatta, Anemos, Smriti Dixit, Dipti Bondre, Lekha Washingtion and others have displayed statement pieces of furniture where they have tried to integrate products like chairs, lights, paintings that we use as decor in our homes and put an artisitc twist to it. This exhibition showcases the confluence of art and design in our everyday life and homes

Functional Art is being hosted by Anemos as part of the GoodHomes for Art 2013 which is a public initiative in order to foster art and will be on till December 1st, 7pm.

GOOD HOMES INDIA ART WEEK

“GoodHomes for Art” was launched in 2012,  with the idea of being an  ‘art week’ in Mumbai with the aim of making art accessible i.e. bringing art out of galleries and into the homes of people. 

GoodHomes India Art Week  in Mumbai is stated to be a highly successful edition drawing an influential audience from around the city, strengthening its position as a leading art fair.
Scheduled from 25th November 2013  to 1st December 2013, Good Homes India Art Week  brings together celebrated artists from across the city showcasing their  most exciting artwork.

The event aims on bringing art out of the closed doors and in the process, making art less intimidating and more accessible. 

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