A contemporary art exhibition at the Nomad Gallery in Lok Mela attracted a large number of people from different walks of life.

In this exhibition work of 18 different artists from all over the country was displayed.

Talking to APP, the founder of Nomad Art Gallery, Nageen Hayat said that the aim of the exhibition was to convey the message of hope, human rights, equality, progress and determination to the young generation through paintings.

She said, “Nomad art gallery celebrating thirty years of its commitment to art and culture indigenous crafts training and to peace initiatives and human rights”. Adding that it also reflected an appropriation of ideas in movement and seminal thoughts through tonal values, powerful strokes and pure, conceptual ideas.

“Painting is the part of dreams, and accessing that part equilibrates practical nature,” she commented.

The personal connection was felt towards nature as a consistent theme in the work of these artists.

She added, “I am more concerned about the people choosing to find differences instead of celebrating the similarities which make us human”.

The Nomad Gallery is based in Islamabad. However, due to the ongoing pandemic the gallery closed its physical space and operates virtually via social media platforms and conducts pop-up shows on Sundays.

From : pk.mashable.com

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