Gallerie Niche presents Dilip Kale


From the first of February to the tenth, Niche Art Gallery will showcase a promising young artist from Belgaum. At this exhibition, Dilip Kale brings to life a free-form interplay of lines and moods that seek to depict surreal dimensions.

Mr Milind Nayak, one of Bangalore’s most distinguished painters, will inaugurate the exhibition at 6.30pm on January 31, 2008.

Dilip is from Belgaum and has a strong art background: Art Master Diploma, Diploma in GD Art, BFA in Creative Painting from College of Visual Art, Gulbarga. He also has a string of awards from notable events – 15th All India Art Exhibition, Nagpur (2001), All India Fine Art & Craft Society, Delhi. Central Lalitha Kala Academy, (Delhi) and KSKA Bangalore Millennium Exhibition, Bombay Art Society Merit and many others.

With a long series of individual and group shows all over the country, Dilip brings to this exhibition, a freshness that captures a rare visual expression.

Gallerie Niche
Small gallery with a big dream

Gallerie Niche, Bangalore’s newest art gallery, plans to create an open canvas community for artists and art lovers in the city. In the coming weeks, the gallery plans to launch a Sunday meet-up called “Coffee & Art” – to share thoughts and ideas, discover new talent and make new friends.

Behind Niche are two highly motivated people who are committed to art in more ways than one. Vishwas Shirali, the senior partner of this gallery, is a Gold Medallist from the JJ School of Art. He has headed the core faculty at the Sophia College in Mumbai. Nakul Mudabidri was exposed to art from a very early age – his source of inspiration was his mother. She exposed him to the many moods of colours on canvas, the romance of form, the flourish of a brush stroke.

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Gallerie Niche
G-5, Kedia Arcade
92, Infantry Road
Bangalore – 560 001

Gallerie Niche is on the ground floor at Kedia Arcade, so take the steps at the main entrance. Kedia Arcade is opposite Kalpataru Super Bazaar

You can reach Nakul Mudabidri on 9341211628

1 Comment so far

  1. Cindy (unregistered) on January 30th, 2008 @ 8:58 pm

    Thanks for sharing this! Looks like an interesting exhibit and space- and it is nice to hear about something BEFORE it happens!!!

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