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Samrat Manna from Kolkata has been nominated for International Photography & Painting Exhibition

In a remarkable achievement, Samrat Manna has been selected to showcase his stunning works at the highly anticipated International Photography and Painting exhibition. The event, organized by Retro Kolkata Magazine, is set to take place from June 16 to June 18 at Arts Acre in Newtown, Kolkata.

Samrat Manna, an IT professional by trade and a fervent photographer by passion, has been capturing moments through his lens for the past 4 to 5 years. His keen eye for detail and artistic approach to photography have made him stand out among his peers. While he specializes in landscape photography, Samrat also possesses a deep appreciation for creative, candid, and wildlife photography.

Retro Kolkata Magazine, renowned for promoting art and culture in the region, carefully reviewed numerous submissions before selecting Samrat Manna as one of the featured photographers for the International Photography and Painting exhibition. His photographs were deemed exemplary, displaying a captivating blend of technical expertise and artistic vision.

The upcoming exhibition is expected to be a vibrant celebration of photography and painting, providing a platform for emerging artists and established professionals alike to showcase their talent. The inclusion of Samrat Manna's work adds to the anticipation surrounding the event, as visitors eagerly await the unveiling of his captivating photographs.

Arts Acre, located in the serene environs of Newtown, Kolkata, has been chosen as the venue for the prestigious exhibition. Known for its commitment to supporting and nurturing artistic endeavors, Arts Acre provides an ideal backdrop for the creative exploration of photography and painting.

Visitors to the exhibition will have the opportunity to experience the mastery of Samrat Manna and other talented artists from around the world. From breathtaking landscapes to evocative candid shots, the exhibition promises to be a visual feast that transcends boundaries and captures the essence of diverse cultures and perspectives.

The International Photography and Painting exhibition at Arts Acre is slated to be a three-day extravaganza, welcoming art enthusiasts, critics, and connoisseurs to explore the myriad forms of artistic expression. With Samrat Manna's participation, the event is sure to leave an indelible mark on the artistic landscape of Kolkata.

As the dates draw near, excitement is mounting, and anticipation is building for this exceptional showcase of talent. The International Photography and Painting exhibition is poised to become a must-visit destination for art lovers, offering a unique and immersive experience in the realm 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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Step into the boundless world of art with Retro Kolkata Magazine - The Global Edition. Beyond a magazine, it's a collectible tome celebrating the global tapestry of creativity. Delve into seven chapters unveiling the wonders of artistry across different mediums, uniting readers in a rich conversation that transcends borders. Embrace this cherished keepsake, a luminous narrative of human expression and interconnected art forms.

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