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first_imgFancy adding a blast of colors to your favorite game? Well, you might not get a chance to play cricket with the specially designed large sized bats displayed at Rajiv Chow metro station, but how about a walk through a display of bats that just got a makeover!Batting for Art…Khelo Front Foot pe organized by Delhi Daredevils and Arts 4 all brought together a selected ensemble of 15 eminent artists from across the country to put a burst of creativity onto some large sized bats. With a thought that art and sports both challenge boundaries, of the body as well as mind, the exhibition presents a riveting tale of art and cricket sharing the same space. It will be a delight for the art connoisseurs in Delhi to witness the merger of two forms that seeks to explore the indomitable spirit of Delhi Daredevils. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The exhibition has bats ranging from the Golden bat of hope colored in golden hues by Neeraj goswami, reflecting the ethos of Delhi Daredevils to Satish Gupta’s Budhha in cricket, upholding the principle of truthfulness in the game. It’s evident in these masterpieces that the 15 different artists, each with a different set of sensibilities have conceived this masterstroke in art. An art that flows in multiple directions dependent on each artists personal experiences and beliefs. Watch out for this play of paint, texture and colour!DETAILWhen:  20 April, 12 pmWhere: Rajiv Chowk Metro stationlast_img

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