(Saju Nair - Dubai) After a short break The Cartoon Art Gallery, a well-established gallery in The United Arab Emirates, gears up to stage a magnificent show joining hands with more than 10 artists of different nationalities at their own premise in Dubai.

The Cartoon Art Gallery is founded by Mr. Melvin Mathew who is also an aspiring artist & a successful entrepreneur by himself. Since its origin, CAG is widely appreciated as the most professionally managed gallery as many of the artists in this region has commenced their amazing and successful artistic journey from this space. Having organized number of art gatherings in their premise, The Cartoon Art Gallery has been the favorite and even a lucky charm for many aspiring artists.

CAG announces their 1st ever-exclusive exhibition of Abstract artworks titled - "Interpretations" Edition 1, which will be opened to the art world on 10th October 2019 at 7Pm at their own premise in Al Quoz, Dubai. On this day one of the most inspiring leaders & Director of Programs and Partnership - Ministry of Tolerance, Chairman of Dubai National Theatre Mr. Yasser AlGargawi shall inaugurate this show in the presence of other invited dignitaries and artists.

Abstract being a vast subject, sans restrictions, gives the freedom to artists to portray their imaginations in their own unique style. This will benefit the art enthusiasts to experience some of the most stunning creations of the participating artist at CAG. Experiencing the past successful curations of Ms. Mrinmay, Televisonario2 is convinced that this evening is going to be a discovery of various creations in all different mediums of art with the usage of distinguished techniques and striking strokes of colors which will surely gift the art enthusiasts an evening to cherish.

The Gallery Manager and the magical hands behind the success of CAG Ms. Mrinmay Sebastian who is also the curator of this show titled - "Interpretations" Edition-1 says, "It's with great pride and pleasure that we decided to initiate the first edition of Interpretations which will be an art exhibition comprising abstract creations of about 15 artists from the region. Abstract is an art form that does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of a visual reality but instead use shapes, colors, forms and gestural marks to achieve its effect. In this show, "Interpretations" Edition -1, we have included works in all medium in Abstract style wherein artists will interpret their feelings and messages through their brilliant creations. CAG is confident that the ability of creativities of those participating artists are splendid and will surely be a visual treat to the visitors of this exhibition".

To unlatch an array of enormous opportunities to promote and motivate art and artists, CAG has invited Owners, Directors and other senior officials of Interior Design Firms apart from other art related entities to this show which will indeed create a larger platform for artists to interact and get the visitors inspired on their creations that will enhance commercial success for their creations. First edition of "Interpretations" shall feature the magical creations of artists like Amrita Bhatia, Hafiza Sayed, Niousha Ali, Varsha Saju Nair, Mouna Fersi Seghir, Raeeha Eejaz, Nafiza Sayed Motiwala, Sangita Agarwal, Imran Manzoor, Gurumahesh Srinivas, Ravneet Sodhi, and many more.

This exhibition "Interpretations" will go on from 10th till 15th October 2019 at The Cartoon Art Gallery. Other than the inaugural day the gallery will be open for public to visit and experience the splendid creations from 12th Oct till 15th Oct from 12.00Pm to 8.00Pm while the gallery will remain closed on 11th October, Friday.

We at Televisionario2 tenders all our best wishes to CAG and encourage the art community to be a part of this gathering as there will be lots of positive takeaways and a wide range of stunning creations which will be indeed a subtle surprise.

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