Mumbai’s Somaiya Vidyavihar University is hosting a 10-day art exhibition called Immerse. What makes this special is that, post-covid, this is a first opportunity for alumni-artists, who for the past two years, didn’t had witnessed this physical experience.
“Immerse is basically an exhibition that brings together 23 art forms across 22 cities of India and it is uniquely Immerse because we have tried to put together over 10 mediums of how these artists interpret their life, home and realities around them. The art is available in various formats and people from several parts of the world can listen to the virtual talk, ” Shaleen Wadhwana, curator of the festival says.
This exhibition has been conceptualized by Natasha Jeysingh of Carpe Arte, Al-Qawi Nanavati of Young Art Support, supported by the Somaiya Vidyavihar University, and curated by Shaleen Wadhwana.
The exhibition is available for public view at the Somaiya Vidyavihar campus from 19th to 29th March 2022 to extend their support to the young talent across our country.
Speaking about the festival Siddharth Somaiya said, “These artists here have never showcased their work physically because they are all recent graduates and due to the pandemic they have not got a chance to show their work in a physical environment. I am so glad that they can show their art to an audience from across India. Hundreds of people are appreciating their work. I just want the artists to reach the moon.”