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Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi announces winners of its Annual Art Exhibition 2022 : The Tribune India

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Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi has announced the names of the Academy Award winners for its Annual Art Exhibition 2022. The two-person jury consisting of internationally acclaimed artists Veer Munshi and Atul Bhalla, from Delhi, recommended the names for the awards for this year’s exhibition, being organised by Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi. Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi is one of the oldest State Lalit Kala Akademies.

The Akademi received a total of 351 artworks from all over Punjab in both professional and student categories. Out of 194 artworks in the professional category, 39 were selected and out of 157 artworks in the students’ category, 42 artworks were selected for the exhibition.

In the professional section three Awards of Rs 50,000 each will be given to Gurjeet Singh for the untitled soft sculpture; Rahul Dhiman for the mix-media work Travelling Chapters and Sonam Jain for the terracotta installation Blind Witness. In the student’s section five Awards of Rs. 25,000 each will be given to Jashandeep Kaur for the installation The Layers; Neeraj for the metal sculpture Okhli Mein Sar Dena; Piyush Gupta for the mix-media work Memories; Suyash Choyal for the painting Gems and Sakshi Sharma for the untitled work.




Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi has announced the names of the Academy Award winners for its Annual Art Exhibition 2022. The two-person jury consisting of internationally acclaimed artists Veer Munshi and Atul Bhalla, from Delhi, recommended the names for the awards for this year’s exhibition, being organised by Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi. Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi is one of the oldest State Lalit Kala Akademies.

The Akademi received a total of 351 artworks from all over Punjab in both professional and student categories. Out of 194 artworks in the professional category, 39 were selected and out of 157 artworks in the students’ category, 42 artworks were selected for the exhibition.

In the professional section three Awards of Rs 50,000 each will be given to Gurjeet Singh for the untitled soft sculpture; Rahul Dhiman for the mix-media work Travelling Chapters and Sonam Jain for the terracotta installation Blind Witness. In the student’s section five Awards of Rs. 25,000 each will be given to Jashandeep Kaur for the installation The Layers; Neeraj for the metal sculpture Okhli Mein Sar Dena; Piyush Gupta for the mix-media work Memories; Suyash Choyal for the painting Gems and Sakshi Sharma for the untitled work.

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