Rashtrapati Bhavan Museum Hosts Art Works of Rouble Nagi
Internationally acclaimed artist Rouble Nagi invited at the Rashtrapati Bhavan to showcase her new exhibition ‘The Flamenco Series’.
It’s indeed a proud moment for the renowned artist, Sculptor , and Social worker Rouble Nagi, to open her show after 4 years of her latest collection of paintings as well as sculptures at the Art Gallery of Rashtrapati Bhavan. The award-winning internationally acclaimed artist is the first one to exhibit at the President’s Estate for a two-week long exhibition, scheduled from 2nd October-10th October at the Rashtrapati Bhavan Art Gallery inside the Museum.
Post the Inaugural Ceremony, the art gallery will be open to the public from 3rd October onwards. The art connoisseur-collector is quite excited about showcasing her collection titled ‘The Flamenco Series’ which comprises a unique collection of ten abstract sculptures and 30 paintings.On the opening day saw some of the high-profile people like Mr. Shashi Tharoor, Mr. P Chidambaram and Manav Gangwani etc.
The collection Flamenco Series will comprise 30 paintings and 10 abstract sculptures All the guests highly appreciated the works of Rouble. Rouble Negi is Founder of Rouble Nagi Art Foundation and Rouble Nagi Design Studio with over 800 murals and 150 exhibitions worldwide to her credit.
At the inaugural day, Rouble was busy giving interviews to the media and also at the same time seen while taking of guests. For the remaining days, the event will be attended by renowned socialites and the creme de la-crème of politics and Bollywood.
Excited over her show Rouble Nagi says, “It’s an absolute honour and matter of pride showcasing my new exhibition at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. For me Art is not about documenting what is already around us; in fact, it’s about sharing your experience of emotion. Travel has shaped my work for over a decade giving me the much-wanted freedom to create.”
Mrs. Omita Paul, Secretary to President, Riddhima Kapoor Sahani, Bina Kak, Cheena Vig, Avneesh Sood, Aakansha Agarwal, Venu Ajamony, Bikram Aditya Singh from the Royalty Family of Kashmir, Paresh Maity also visited the art exhibition.