Pop masters to join hands in Delhi

New Delhi, Oct 22 (IANS) Top pop 3-D artists of the world David Gerstein and Charles Fazzino will come together for a visual treat for Delhiites on October 28 at the India Habitat Center in an exhibition titled, ‘1+1=3’.

The show is slated to be a historic moment as the American and Israeli artists known all around the world will meet in the capital for the first time.

While Gerstein gained international acclaim by creating multi-layered metal cut-outs, Fazzino earned his repute with his unique, detailed and vibrant three dimensional paper cuts.

Often referred to as masters of pop culture, Gerstein and Fazzino, rely on innovative style, technique, composition and colours. Their inimitable style has earned them a loyal following around the globe.

The artists have contributed over 30 works for the exhibition. Gerstein’s works in the exhibit will include his newly released ‘Coexistence and Lovely Day’ as well as his iconic ‘Infinity Tour’, ‘Peloton Wave’ and ‘5th Avenue’. The exhibit will also have two commissioned pieces done specially for the show. This will be Gerstein’s second visit in Delhi. In May 2014, the Bruno Art Group successfully organized his Solo Show titled ‘Poetic Mirrors’.

“I am honoured to be bringing another international show to India and to witness how the colourful and vibrant styles of the two world’s greatest pop artists naturally blend and fit together,” said Motti Abramovitz, Curator, CEO and owner of Bruno Art Group.

Meanwhile, among Fazzino’s works on display will be his latest 3-D fine art work ‘Midnight in Manhattan’ (3-D art on aluminium), ‘Manhattan Mural: The Island of Hopes and Dreams’, ‘Celebrating the Enchanted Island of Singapore’ and some never-before-seen original works including ‘The Colors of the Taj Mahal’ and ‘The Splendor of Bollywood’.

The exhibition presented by the Bruno Art Group and curated by Motti Abramovitz will be open for public from October 28 to November 3, between 10.30 am to 7.00 pm at the Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Center.

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