The exhibition season that is oh-so-loved by handicraft connoisseurs has arrived!
Founded by Ritu Chandwani, who is a folk art and craft reviver in Mumbai, PotliArts folk and tribal art and craft venture is back with PotliArts Folk & Tribal Treasures Exhibition & Sale for its tenth exhibition overall and sixth in a row at Coomaraswamy Hall Museum. The exhibition kick-starts from November 14th and runs till November 23rd, 2014.
Folks keen on desi ethnic pieces would love this sale & exhibition as it will display Folk & Tribal paintings by Master Artisans, Hand woven saris & stoles, Nomadic Tribal jewelry, Chhau Masks, Tanka Furnishings etc. One of the highlights of the exhibition is going to be the participation of renowned organizations such as Shrujan, Khamir and Translate. Similarly, Khamir products display craft items from Kutch which includes pottery, wood and leather craft, artifacts, hand woven batik and bandhani prints.
People who dig into ethnic and desi products can purchase organic cotton and khadi handwoven saris, low twist silks, stoles and furnishings of Taan Baan of Rta Kapur Chishti, Bhujodi Kutch handwoven shawls and stoles of Vankar Vishram Valji.
PotliArts Folk & Tribal Treasures Exhibition & Sale will commence on November 14th from 3pm and run till 7pm. From November 15th – November 23rd – the exhibition will run from 10am – 7pm at Coomaraswamy Hall, Museum,Kala Ghoda. You can find out more information about the exhibition from their website www.potliarts.com or from their Facebook page 'potliarts'.