To celebrate 51 years of Le Corbusier, the Government Museum and Art Gallery had invited Antonio Puri to showcase his Chandigarh series of paintings and installations.
The exhibition called “I love the beauty of grey” was on view from September 27 to October 16.
The show received positive response from the visitors. It has now been extended by a week and will be closing on October 23.
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Antonio Puri was born in Chandigarh and attended English and International boarding schools. He has exhibited his work in solo exhibitions all over the world including Art Depot, Austria, The Guild, NY, Nu Art Gallery in Santa Fe, Twelve Gates, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Art Alliance, and a two person show at the Noyes Museum, NJ.
He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions worldwide including venues like Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York, Essl Museum, Austria, Hammond Museum, NY, Queens Museum, NY, Gallery Espace, New Delhi, Edsviks Konsthall, Stockholm, MOP Gallery, Sydney, Musee du Chateau, France, and Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN, among others.