In the rooms of the North Tower, the HIMS Academy will once again be showing internationally emerging and already successful artists. The exhibition will feature artists from Pakistan, India and an international group of artists from London. The Garden Festival 2022 will take place on the Pentecost weekend from Friday 3 June to Monday 6 June.
Muzzumil Ruheel from Pakistan is represented with calligraphic works. Many of his works can be found in important collections around the world.
Rajesh Wankhade is a young emerging artist from India. With his unique style in colouring and expression of his paintings, he is a multiple art award winner.
Born in 1985, Rajesh Wankhade’s creative paintings depict the existential phenomena of society in an impersonal dialect informed by both an expressionist approach and a conscious artistic thought. Although the forms have a realistic anatomical proportion, the surreal physique of many figures is a synthetic narrative of his memory.
A selection of paintings on the theme of “Animalia & Graphics” by an international group of artists from London will be on display.
From November 4-7, 2021, HIMS Academy showed a small selection of paintings by Ratnadeep Gopal Adivrekar, an acclaimed artist from India.
Ratnadeep, born in 1974, Mumbai India, has already exhibited all over the world and several times in Germany. His artworks have been placed in several prestigious private and public collections, nationally as well as internationally.
The artist works and lives between Mumbai, Dubai, and Berlin.
Ratnadeep’s series, “The Golden Ear,” is based on the German composer Richard Wagner and especially his epic opera, “The Ring of the Nibelung.” The works revolve around Ratnadeep’s philosophical interpretation, particularly connecting the Indian-global mythological context with contemporary times.