Author Archives: Anjali Tolani

  1. Women’s Day 2022 Event

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    Happy to be one of the main speakers on the Celebration of ‘International Women’s day by Russian House, Mumbai.
    It was a great pleasure to meet Her Excellency Dr. Elena Remizova, Director, Russian House, Mumbai, Khristina Boiko Deputy to the Consul General of Russian Federation in Mumbai and Dr. Indira Gazieva, Deputy Director of Russian State University for Humanities from Moscow and many other dignitaries!

  2. Trade Opportunities in India

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    We are having amazing response at wetrade exhibition organized by World Trade Centre and supported by High Commission of India Mbane, Consulate General of India Johannesburg (South Africa) & eipa (Eswatini Afica). Looking forward for great collaboration on Art between India and South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia, Eswatini, Botswana.

     

  3. Meeting artists from Portugal

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    Happy to meet Thais & Valeria Delboni, artist sisters from Portugal, specialized in traditional Fiorentinan Art, Biscuit, Baroque Art and many others.

    Finalists of the “Farol na Rua” contest, an initiative of the Cascais City Chamber in partnership with DNA Cascais. They participated and received the Certificate of Merit for work from the Luxembourg Art Prize 2021.

    Amazing to see Innovation and Originality in their work, where “deconstruction” leads to the creation of sustainable art!

  4. Embassy of Argentina

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    It was a great honor for Elaura Art Gallery to be invited from Embassy of Argentina for collaboration on Art & Cultural Event. Great pleasure to meet Ms Maria Costa- Dep Counsul Argentina and her team and discuss future plans on how we can contribute to the art industry in India & Argentina!

  5. I met Ayman Al Quadwa

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    Yesterday I met Ayman Al Quadwa, manager of Falcon Travels in Doha, Qatar, and learned winners never quit, and quitters never win!
    Looking forward to make a great linkages between India and Qatar to promote sustainable art !

     

  6. Art for Humanity

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    Art for Humanity is series of art workshops for kids from all over the world in association with Ashok Giri from JOY&ASH Calligraphy.

  7. Painting sold for INR 8,00,000/-

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    Painting sold for INR 8,00,000/- in 20th Melting Pot Consular Corps Charity Carnival 2019, Hotel Trident, Mumbai. All Elaura Art Gallery profit donated for the charity.

  8. My Elaura family

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    Dear friends,
    I would like to share something really positive I have seen happening in this lockdown time. My Elaura family artist Sabir, who stays in slums in Mumbai almost next to the railway track, is teaching painting to the kids nearby slum. These kids have nothing new to learn, no school going on, no alternate arrangements for coping up with the syllabus of the current year like my kids having online schooling now.
    This person is doing all this despite major health issues like a complete failure of one kidney and struggling to save another one. Posting his outstanding abstract painting work here and few of his workshop images with these kids.

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