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Harmony of Elements


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 Farhana Akhter
C Bangs
    Nadiya Jinnah
    Keith Morant

August 5th – 23rd, 2008

Opening Reception:  Thursday, August 7th, 2008, 6-8pm 

Noho Gallery
530 West 25th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10001
Gallery Hours: Tue – Sat. 11am to 6pm

Global Fusion Art is proud to present a group exhibition exploring the creation and existence of harmony and balance of environments in physical, psychological and ethereal planes.

Farhana Akhter explores the transformative journey from chaos to harmony and grace.  To capture the transitioning stages of motion, fusion and stillness evident in all aspect of life, her mixed media paintings incorporate found objects that are symbolic of the transformative process by combining materials with organic and inorganic elements.

C Bangs investigates frontier science combined with symbolist figuration and quantum equations as design elements, which refer to the interconnectivity of everything and the relationship of time and space.  Archetypes of the Earth and cosmological elements are depicted from an ecological feminist perspective.

Nadiya Jinnah’s work shows an infinite variety of textures and depths, which physically express the essences of organic landscapes like a rocky surface, heather on the fields or an ocean floor. Surface color on the very tactile background, create a subtle illusion and an experience of reality beyond the physical world.

Keith Morant of New Zealand, emulates the power of music and evokes the universal through the specific. It seems that this is only achieved by attaining synchronization of conscious and unconscious mentality.  It is through this mental and emotional balancing act that one may encounter a new order, logic of chaos – nature itself.

Global Fusion Art is a collective group of multicultural artists and communities committed to support cross-cultural understanding through visual arts, music, performance and multi-media.  We seek to raise awareness of the global community and promote individuals and organizations that provide humanitarian services across the world.  For this exhibition, artists have pledged 10% of sale price of artwork and proceeds will be donated to the Nature Conservancy, protecting nature and preserving life worldwide. 
 
Join us for an exciting fusion of Indian Music and Contemporary Art!

Harrice Miller Entertainment Inc. and Global Fusion Art present
two special music and art events in August.

Where & When:
Thursday, August 14th and 21st, 2008, 7pm

Noho Gallery
530 West 25th Street, 4th Floor (between 10th & 11th Ave)
New York, NY 10001

You are invited to two lively evenings of Indian music and innovative contemporary art in a gallery setting!

     On Thursday, August 14th, renowned singer Deepak Kumar Pareek will sing classic Indian film music from the 50s through the 80s with a sprinkling of ghazals (ancient romantic poetry set to music). Deepak has performed frequently in his native land of India as well as in many prestigious venues in the New York City area and toured the U.S. with the Rajasthani gypsy troupe Musafir.

  On Thursday, August 21st, dazzling sitarist Indrajit Roy-Chowdhury will perform a special concert created for this unique multi-cultural event. Indro is well versed in both Western and Indian classical music and has been a featured artist in concerts in Kolkata, Canada and major venues in the U.S.

  The current group exhibition “Harmony of Elements”, features artists Farhana Akhter, C. Bangs, Nadiya Jinnah and Keith Morant.  Their works of art explore the creation and existence of harmony and balance of environments. Their work is being exhibited under the auspices of Global Fusion Art and 10% of the sale proceeds are donated to The Nature Conservancy.
 


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