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  • Novotel Hyderabad Airport organized “Flair for the Art”

    Published on February 27, 2021

    Hyderabad: NovotelHyderabad Airport organized “Flair for the Art” – An Exhibition Showcase by Artists Originals. It was an unforgettable evening presenting an ensemble of sketches by coveted artist Hari Srinivas. The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Rubin Cherian, General Manager, Novotel Hyderabad Airport. The event was attended by Sunita Krishnan, founder, Prajwala Foundation(NGO), S V Sathyam, Director of Talent and Culture , Novotel Hyderabad Airport Navneet Mishra, Managing Director, Hexagon, Ranbir Bagga, Bagga Wines and other  expats, corporate guests, art enthusiasts.  Key socialites including Preeti Bagga, Rajeev Baldwa, Preeti Vergis and other guests were seen bonding over wine and cheese. The evening breeze & the breath taking view were enchanting and mesmerizing. The Star lit DND, open air venue provided an ideal location for the event.

    The Art Gallery also has an Art Bistro which will serve as a great place to sit and unwind. All the art enthusiasts can simply relax and enjoy the ambience  and have conversations over coffee.

    Mr. Hari Srinivas showcased his exceptional artwork at the art gallery. All the guests applauded the Acrylic Charcoal and vibrant colours with oil. Hari is a creative artist and experiments with a medley of techniques and styles, moving from the abstract to the mundane.

    Speaking on the occasion Mr. Rubin Cherian, General Manager, Novotel Hyderabad Airport said, “We are extremely excited to host “Flair for the Art” and promote the art and culture at our hotel. Our long-term aim is to develop an understanding about art.With this new gallery we are looking at providing opportunity to various artists to showcase their work. We also thank the artist Hari Srinivas for his excellent art work at the hotel. We are confident that the collection will provide new insights and perspectives on modern art and the changing demographics in our country.”