Introduced with an purpose to advertise younger skill and supply a platform to proficient artists between the ages of 25 and 45 years, the fourth version of the CIMA Awards had been introduced on February 5.
Organised via Centre of World Trendy Artwork (CIMA) in collaboration with Artwork & Heritage Basis, West Bengal artist Suman Chandra was once declared winner for paintings titled Black Grave 2, in coal mud, brick mud, charcoal, acrylic and pen and ink on canvas (set of seven). He won Rs 5 lakh, a trophy and a solo display.
“The artwork in CIMA Awards 2022 comes from the guts and soul of our nation. They specific the voices of the younger era of India a are all authentic, tough and contact your middle and thoughts and that’s what makes this display so thrilling,” mentioned Rakhi Sarkar, Director, CIMA.
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— Cima Gallery,Kolkata (@cimaartindia) January 31, 2022
The primary runner-up award went to Sonal Varsheneya, for her paintings Kissa Goi (etching 4/7), and the Paresh Maity 2d Runner-up Award went to Akshay Maiti for his paintings Structural Anatomy, in implemented slip color on terracotta.
The 2 particular jury awards got to Asis Kumar Mahakhud of Telangana for his audio video projection titled Digital Tune, and Ravi Morya, for his untitled acrylic and paper collage on canvas.
Recognising outstanding names who’ve made precious contributions to the arena of artwork, the 2022 CIMA Awards honoured modernist Arpita Singh, and managing trustee and honorary director of Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Tasneem Zakaria Mehta, for the “recovery and rejuvenation” of the museum.
The works of the winner’s and the finalist’s can also be seen on-line at http://www.cimaawards.in.
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