"Installations -18", an art exhibition by Farhat Jamshed was inaugurated by Piyush Goyal, recently. The art exhibition showcased the artist's work in abstract wood and metal, in a three-dimensional dialogue with architecture, history, visual design and nature.
Recently, “Installations -18”, a 5-day art exhibition by Farhat Jamshed was inaugurated by Minister of Coal and Railways Piyush Goyal at Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi. Working over two decades now, Farhat Jamshed has been pushing the boundaries of wood, metal, clay, paint, through her work, which includes installations, furniture and paintings.
The art exhibition showcased the artist’s work in abstract wood and metal, in a three-dimensional dialogue with architecture, history, visual design and nature. The artist uses wood in its most natural state, which is often unpolished, uprooted and uncut in conjunction with neutral colour, debris and metal in order to create mixed-medium pieces.
The Railway minister at the art exhibition said that he has seen a lot of details in Farhat’s collection. He also said that it takes a lot of time to relate to art and culture but the best thing about the place is that one can instantly relate to them. According to Railway minister, art is a medium to bind the society. He feels that art can explain things, which even words fail to express. He also added by saying that the artists communicate through their thoughts and help us to think over different issues.
Mentioning the Ghost city, which reflected climate change, the minister questioned if that is the future we want for ourselves and our children.