VAMA – An Art Exhibition Celebrating the Artwork of 37 Female Artists in Delhi |

Sahitya Kala Parishad recently unveiled ‘VAMA,’ an art exhibition that spotlights the artwork of 37 women artists from Delhi. The event was hosted at the AIFACS Gallery on 1 Rafi Marg, the exhibition is open to the public starting till February 1, 6 pm onwards.
VAMA is a vibrant celebration of diverse artistic expressions, featuring an impressive collection of paintings, drawings, graphics, photography, ceramics, and sculptures by contemporary women artists. The exhibition aims to provide a platform for these talented individuals to share their unique perspectives, narratives, and artistic visions with the broader community. This year the list of artists includes Aarti Kashayap, Arti Malik, Alpna Mahajan, Anita Tanwar, Anjali Singh, Anju Kaushik, Avneet Chawla, Annu Gupta, Avani Bakaya, Bula Bhattacharya, Dipa Patowary, Divya Gupta, Gogi Sarojpal, Gulistaan, Gulbahar, Hemavathy Guha, Him Rajani Nagar, Indu Tripathi, Kanchan Chander, Kezia Khan, Madhu, Meena Deora, Neeti Joshi, Nitiksha Dawar, Nusrat Jahan, Preeti Singh, Priyanshu Chaurasia, Renu Jain, Saloni Tondak, Santosh Jain, Seema Mohaley, Shobha Baroota, Simmi Khanna, Sonam Chaprana, Tanya Rana, Timsi Gupta, and Vandana.
Artists such as Aarti Kashayap, Arti Malik, Alpna Mahajan, Anita Tanwar, and many more have displayed their beautiful work. One standout piece is Gulbahar’s “Shades of Urban Life,” where printed photographs seamlessly merge with fabric to depict the intricacies of daily urban existence. Vandana Kumari‘s paintings, “Empowering the Girl Child” and “Immersed in Fantasy,” tackle societal challenges and inequalities, advocating for the lifelong liberation of women globally.
Shri Saurabh Bharadwaj, Minister of Art and Culture, Government of the NCT, Delhi was the chief guest at the inaugural event. His participation underscores the government’s commitment to promoting and recognising the significant contributions of women artists in the cultural landscape of Delhi. He said, “This is an excellent platform for amplifying the voices of women artists in Delhi. Through this showcase, we aim to bring attention to the hidden talents that have long graced our city, fostering a space where their artistry can shine brightly.”
Adding to this, Dr. Monica Priyadarshini, Secretary, Sahitya Kala Parishad, said, “We are delighted to present VAMA, an annual tribute to the incredible talent and creativity of women artists in Delhi. This exhibition is a testament to the diversity and richness of artistic expression within our community.”

This post was originally published on this site