Thursday, 30 May 2019

Art Patron Nisha JamVwal Presents Solo Show of Famed Artist Ritu Dhillon

Art Patron & High Priestess of Luxury Nisha JamVwal hosted the unveiling of Ritu Dhillon’s The Thinking Man at a grand art Champagne sundowner where Bombay’s glitterati including Zarine Khan, Suzanne Khan, Nisha JamVwal, Ritu Dhillon, Laila Khan, actor Sonu Walia, Nawaz Modi Singhania, Maya and Sunil Alagh, Brinda Miller, Aahna Miller, Consul General of USA in Mumbai Edgard D Kagan, Consul General of Israel in Mumbai Yaakov Finkelstein, Consul General of New Zealand in Mumbai Ralph Hays with wife Sonia Hays, Fitness Guru Mickey Mehta, Consul General of Canada Annie Dube, media baron Ashok Advani, Consul General Israel Yakov and Nurit Franklin, Richard Rothman and wife Tabu,  Designer Poonam Trivedi, Tanuj Garg, Sonu Walia, Ajoykant Ruia, Shashi Bansal, Dr. Mukesh Batra, Parvez and Roshni Damania, Architect Prem Nath, Shanti and Kasturi Chopra, Cyber Crime Chief Cop Brijesh Singh and Income Tax Officer Anjali Singh, Dr. Swati Pandey Director Film Institute were enthralled by the sparkling evening hosted by Nisha JamVwal, the artworks, the cuisine and floral decor at the prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda.

Nisha JamVwal, superbly popular with the city’s glitterati and an award-winning luxury consultant and interiors architect known for her penchant for motivating and inspiring women achievers and promoting brilliant talent averred, “Ritu is an artist for the thinking discerning lover of art. I am currently immersed in the journey of her ‘Thinking Man’ sometimes contemplative, sometimes disturbing, sometimes provocative. Ritu’s ‘Thinking man’ immersed me in his contemplations and took me away from my everyday life into his deeply questioning rumination about our sometimes disquieting world order. I am at once uplifted as I am unsettled by his reverie.”

Curated and hung by Jamwal and inaugurated by Zarine Khan, Suzanne Khan and Jamwal, Ritu Dhillon’s solo show was an instant hit, not just with the casual viewers, but also with renowned collectors and lovers of Art who stayed and enjoyed the soirée.

Said an understated Ritu Dhillon, “An exciting evening indeed! Where the viewer is able to make the story of the protagonist their own story - it is then that our communication is complete”

Perhaps the Jehangir Art Gallery hasn’t seen such a swish evening in a long time that Nisha JamVwal managed to conjure with her enigmatic persona, swish in her magnificent in a Ravage by Raj Shroff roseate summer georgette gown.  

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