Modern Artist of Sri Lanka at the Bruei Gallery: Serandipity Revealed

Posted: December 26, 2014 in art and culture both mainstream and underground
Tags: Asia art, sri lanka.

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DSC_0022DSC_0021 SERENDIPITY REVEALED: One exhibition at the Bruei Gallery that pretty much flew under the radar towards the end of the year but deserves a mention in the fading embers of 2014, if only for the quality of the exhibition lay out in displaying these 120 amazing works of art.DSC_0019 The exhibition that included sculpture, installations, video, paintings and photography from the very best Sri Lankan artist resident in the capital. Representative now for the first time in the fast growing interest of modern Asia art, the Sri Lankan artist have in the past found themselves isolated due to the war and internal troubles but now are beginning to enjoy the exposure of international recognition
Participating artist
Cora de Lang: Anoli Perera Pothupitye: Mahen da Lalsire: Liz Fernado: Reginald Aloysious: Kingsley Gunatillake: Dhanushka Marasinghe: Koragadara: Nina Magalanayagam: and Vimkthi Jayasundera.

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