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Ar. Nayak Satish from Mumbai has been nominated for International Photography & Painting Exhibition

Retro Kolkata Magazine, a renowned publication dedicated to promoting art, culture, and heritage, has announced the selection of Ar. Nayak Satish as the featured photographer for its upcoming International Photography and Painting exhibition. The highly anticipated event is scheduled to take place from June 16 to June 18 at Arts Acre in Newtown, Kolkata.

Ar. Satish Nayak, an accomplished architect by profession, has demonstrated a remarkable passion for photography throughout his career. His love for capturing moments and telling stories through his lens began during his college days and has had a profound impact on his life. Nayak's unique perspective and dedication to architectural photography, an underexplored genre, have made him a standout artist in the field.

Photography is not merely a hobby for Nayak; it is a driving force that has allowed him to traverse the globe, encounter diverse cultures, and interact with people from all walks of life. His lens becomes a medium through which he showcases the beauty and intricacies of the places he visits. Each photograph captured by Nayak possesses a distinct visual narrative, immersing viewers in the essence of the subject matter.

Hailing from the vibrant city of Mumbai, Nayak's journey as a photographer began there, drawing inspiration from the City of Dreams. Mumbai served as a catalyst in shaping his artistic vision, revealing the profound beauty that can be found even in the smallest of moments. The streets, people, festivals, and cultural heritage of the city all contributed to his evolution as a photographer.

In his own words, Nayak said, "Photography enables me to capture the reality of each place I visit. It allows me to document our cultural heritage and provides me with a wealth of information about the places I explore. Photography, for me, is a passion that fosters and nurtures human relationships, bringing us closer to one another."

The International Photography and Painting exhibition organized by Retro Kolkata Magazine serves as a platform to showcase the works of talented artists from around the world. Ar. Satish Nayak's selection as the featured photographer exemplifies his exceptional talent and the impact of his photographic journey. Visitors to the exhibition can expect to be captivated by his unique perspective and the stories captured through his lens.

Art enthusiasts, photography aficionados, and individuals passionate about culture and heritage are eagerly awaiting the International Photography and Painting exhibition. The event promises to be a melting pot of artistic expression, where diverse talents converge to celebrate the beauty of visual arts.

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We are thrilled to announce the upcoming 'AURA 2024 - The International Photography & Art Exhibition and Grand Felicitation Ceremony', following the resounding success of last year's event. This prestigious gathering will be held at Kolkata's renowned 'Nazrul Tirtha' Art Gallery (Action Area I, Newtown, Kolkata 700156) from January 13 to January 21, 2024. The event promises an international stage for artists and photographers handpicked globally to display their masterpieces alongside the mesmerizing works of esteemed artists from over 25 participating countries, all under the spotlight of national media.

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