News and media

Martin Gurvich announced the Launch of Forms of Devotion (Feb 27 2014)

An enigma is created when faith, cultures and ideologies come together to create a spectacle of a time. This is what happened when Mr Martin Gurvich, Director of Museum of Sacred Art – Belgium alongside curator Sushma Bahl and esteemed festival director Sanjoy K Roy gladly announced the launch of Forms of Devotion in the capital.

Forms of Devotion is a spiritual project initiated by esteemed Martin Gurvich, Director of Museum of Sacred Art. The project brings forward a spiritual festival of performing arts, workshops and lectures. The project is around a very special collection and exhibition of Indian art. With its strong focus on the spiritual and the devotional art, the project engages with continuity and change as reflected in various faiths, cultures and ideologies across the country. The collection and the exhibition features recent and original works of Indian art – the traditional, contemporary, folk and popular. The exhibition will feature around 200 artworks by about 100+ artists from different parts of India. The themes from socio-cultural-philosophical perspectives will be explored.

Sushma Bahl and Martin Gurvich

Sushma Bahl and Martin Gurvich

L-R, Goutam Ghosh, Sushma Bahl, Martin Gurvich and Sanjoy Roy

L-R, Goutam Ghosh, Sushma Bahl, Martin Gurvich and Sanjoy Roy

Mr & Mrs Desmond Lazaro

Mr & Mrs Desmond Lazaro

L-R-Geeta-Chandran-Jaya-Jaitley-and-Sushma-K-Bahl-800x533