These Eclectic Works of Art, by Young Indian Artists, Are Powered by Diesel

Ranjit Rodricks , 21 Feb 2012
Pria Kataria Puri wears "Fly-Eye" Goggles by artist Munir Kabini
Pria Kataria Puri wears "Fly-Eye" Goggles by artist Munir Kabini
Art work by Rajendra Kapse
Artwork by Rajendra Kapse

Last weekend, saw the basement of the Diesel boutique in Mumbai, come alive with artworks by an assortment of talented upcoming artist from India.

Called, “Did anyone notice?”, the evening was presented in association with Chameleon Art Projects, and featured eleven exciting contemporary artists working with diverse media, like painting, installation, photography, video, performance and design.

An installation at the art event
God & Robots by Grandmother India
Checking out the art-works: Mike Melli and Sanskirti
Checking out the artwork: Mike Melli and Sanskruti
A photograph on display
A photograph on display

Over endless glasses of wine, and some fab munchies, the evening saw a number of celebrities putting in an appearance, like Pria Kataria Puri, Julius Macwan, Milena Rascovic and Mukul Deora, who displayed a few photos, accompanied by a video film.

Mukul Deora poses against his photographs
Mukul Deora poses against his photographs, entitled "Break"
Artist Kurnal Rawat and designer Shahid Dattawala
Artist Kurnal Rawat and designer Shahid Dattawala

Diesel promises to bring you more art-related events (under the property Diesel+Art) in the near future, so do keep a look out for them!

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