Marwah Studios in association with Hungarian Information and Cultural centre hosted a painting and sculpture exhibition of 11 Hungarian artists as a part of 5th International Festival of Cellphone Cinema 2012 at its complex.
Inaugurating the exhibition Tibor Kovacs the Director of Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, Delhi said that this exhibition is another step towards developing and maintaining the friendship between two countries.
Sandeep Marwah President Marwah Studios said that the art knows no boundaries and it is the ultimate expression of human freedom and space. He also declared open the 5th International Festival Of Cellphone Cinema of Asian Academy of Film and Television to be held on 20th January at Noida Film City.
Speaking on behalf of Hungarian Cultural Centre Harleen Singh said that all the paintings and both the sculptures have a lasting impact of the spiritual mood and ambience of Nasik and its famous river Godavari.
The exhibition was attended by Karl Bardosh of Tisch School Of Arts, New York University, Anup Bhandari of Model and Trends, Sanjay Rathee National Secretary of Union Of Journalist and Ms Orsi Kovcas along with large media students and faculty.