Saturday, October 22, 2016

Exploring the Gandhi within.. 'Mahatma in me'..



'There is a sufficiency in the world for man's needs
but not for man's greed'... Mahatma Gandhi.
 
This beautifully reflective artwork created in stainless steel is the work of one of India's leading creative artists Vibhor Sogani and is part of the Borderless Gandhi Exhibition titled 'Mahatma in me'. Picking up and reflecting the surrounding colours of Elizabeth Quay it took me only a second to see Gandhi's profile but once locked in it was clear, each piece skillfully executed.. 


The exhibition runs until the 2nd of November, definitely worth a visit. For someone who bagged Elizabeth Quay for most of it's construction, I'm sure getting my money's worth now.. don't hold it against me, the 'hat eating' picture is coming up any day now :) Happy weekend, take care and stay safe...


24 comments:

  1. An interesting exhibition for sure!

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  2. Thanks for showing them I doubt I will ever get that close to them

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  3. These are really interesting! I don't think I've ever seen anything like them!

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  4. That second one really appeals to me!

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  5. Expressive and sensational and productive art. You won't see this very often. Amazing and incredibly beautiful!

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  6. Clever work, but I cannot see Ghandi in the first panel, but then I couldn't see your reflection in a window once either.

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  7. Oh, yeah! You're munchin' on it now. :-)

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  8. Wow that is fabulous art but i didn't see Gandhi's profile until you mentioned it. It is terrific. I wish I lived closer.Looking forward to the hat eating photo. Sometimes we are too quick to complain.

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  9. The first one looks like the fellow we have been putting up with trying to run to be president -- all mixed up.

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  10. We have a sweet statue of the man in Honolulu :)

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  11. You find the most extraordinary pieces of art, especially public art.

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  12. The first photo I am not sure about but I love the second one. Interesting that they are created in stainless steel. Have a good weekend Diane

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  13. Very nice done with the glass, have a nice weekend Grace.

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  14. That´s a very awesome work, Grace, truly!
    Looking forward to the pic ;-)

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  15. I like the blue art work better too. Looks like a great exhibition Grace.

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  16. Adore this artwork. The first one is creative and intriguing, but the second one has emotional appeal.

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  17. Very different artwork, my favourite is the second one.

    All the best Jan

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  18. It all just flows...I really like them!

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  19. Oh goodness, this would be so interesting to see in real life too, thanks for sharing it with us!

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