Amrita Sher-Gill

Drama | English | 1hr 15mins

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Come be a part of Organizational Theatre's latest work on the life of India's most celebrated painter.

Amrita Sher-Gil was an eminent Indian painter, sometimes known as India's Frida Kahlo. Sher-Gil's art has influenced generations of Indian artists and her depiction of the plight of women has made her art a beacon for women at large both in India and abroad. The Government of India has declared her works as National Art Treasures. In 2006, her painting Village Scene sold for ₹6.9 crores at an auction in New Delhi which was at the time the highest amount ever paid for a painting in India

This 75-actor devised play dwells deeper into the very psyche of the painter who was in constant search for something new, to represent her inner landscapes.

This visual play will take the audience through a journey of self discovery, passion, romance, and painting styles of a young painter who refused to follow the norms set by the traditional rules of social structure-

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Age limit: 5+

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