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An art exhibition with a twist

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PET PROJECT:The artists use animal imagery to describe the human condition.

BANGALORE: What do we have in common with animals? A lot, apparently. A Twist in the Tail is an exhibition of paintings and sculptures by 12 young artists, who use animal imagery to describe the human condition. The exhibition will open at the Crimson Art Gallery at the Hatworks Boulevard, Cunningham Road on April 8 and will go on till April 30.

It will showcase the works of Anand Kumar.N, Ganapati Hegde, Madhu.D, Praveen Kumar, Rani Rekha, Sayam Bharath Yadav, Shivanand. B, Sunil Lohar, Urmila.V.G, Varnasindhu, Venugopal. V. G and Vijay Kumar C.S. Most of these artists have been born and raised in small villages, and have migrated to larger cities later on, giving them a unique perspective on the plight of humans in different conditions. Among the various themes explored are the precariousness of urban existence, change and metamorphosis in political arena, human behaviour in animals, and existential themes.

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