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Works of 40 young artists displayed at 'DNA ya' exhibition

DNA ya showcases the work of young artists in an exhibition at the Gallery Art and Soul.

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DNA ya! showcases the work of young artists in an exhibition at the Gallery Art and Soul. The artworks that include paintings, sculptures and photographs were made by kids post a two-day-long workshop with the connoisseurs — painter Brinda Miller, sculptor Arzan Khambatta and fashion photographer Vikram Bawa. All the artworks have gone on sale and the proceeds will be donated to a charity foundation.

“I gave them a theme for their photographs, I asked them to look for the alphabet o in whatever they click, and to my surprise, they came with such commendable work,” says Vikram Bawa. Praising the works of these kids and the DNA ya! initiative, Brinda Miller said, “Such platforms help the kids break free from the otherwise structured patterns of paintings which they generally hold.”
The first piece to be bought was a sculpture — a dragon made of wastes like plastic bottles, metal scrapes etc. Seeing the terrific response, owner of the gallery Tarana Khubchandani suggested that they should “hold more such events.”

Sculptor Arzan Khambatta pointed out that the sheer interest of kids in suchworkshops is remarkable. “I asked them to come up with ideas and come up with something without using real metal,” said Arzan.

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