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Art for Peace Festival to Feature Picture of Albert Hall Jaipur


The Pink City, Jaipur holds fame across the world for its historical and monumental beauty. Tourists and travellers who visit the city capture the memories that the city has to offer in their cameras and their hearts and minds forever to later reminisce them. A calligraphy artist from Iran, Kaveh Afraie managed to capture the gorgeous Albert Hall of the Pink City on his visit to the city. His capture has secured a place for being on display in the ‘Art for Peace’ festival. The capture of the Albert Hall was made by Kaveh Afraie when he visited the Pink City in the previous year (2015) for the Jaipur Art Summit.

The calligraphy artist and his brief:

Kaveh Afraie has been working on the subject peace and art for a couple of years in a row now. The picture of the Albert Hall was also clicked on this theme only by the calligraphy artist. The picture will now be on display in the photo festival that will commence from November 21, 2016 and will conclude on November 25, 2016. The picture talks of and displays the majestic Albert Hall with pigeons flying all over and above the Albert Hall in the skies.

Calligraphy artist, cyclist and a photographer:

Shailendra Bhatt, an official involved in the art summit shared that the photo festival that’s due to take place in December 2016 will also have Kaveh Afraie come down from Iran on his bicycle to the Pink City. During this ride he will pass on the message of maintaining and practicing peace and art.
It will interest the readers to know that Kaveh Afraie is a photographer and a cyclist of an international level too apart from being s calligraphy artist.

 


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