Shilpa Chetri, an emerging talent from Tezpur, Assam, has been nominated as an exhibitor for the prestigious 'AURA 2024 - International Photography & Art Exhibition'. This event, organized by Retro Kolkata Magazine, is scheduled to take place at Nazrul Tirtha, Newtown, Kolkata, from January 13 to January 21, 2024.
The 'AURA 2024' exhibition is a highly anticipated event in the artistic calendar, showcasing an array of exceptional works from artists and photographers worldwide. Shilpa Chetri's inclusion in this event is a testament to her growing prominence in the field of photography. Her work, primarily focused on capturing human emotions in grayscale monochrome, offers a unique perspective, encapsulating the essence of stillness in chaos and the interplay of contrasting emotions.
Chetri's journey in photography began in 2019, and since then, she has continuously evolved and refined her art. Her collaboration in 2021 with the sustainable Assam-based clothing brand, Houseofnoorie, marked her first significant milestone, providing her with invaluable exposure and experience. This collaboration not only enhanced her skills but also strengthened her resolve to pursue photography with greater zeal.
Looking ahead, Chetri aims to expand her horizons by collaborating with larger brands and exploring opportunities in short film direction. Her aspiration to work with esteemed publications like Vogue reflects her ambition and dedication to her craft.
As 'AURA 2024' approaches, the art and photography community eagerly anticipates Shilpa Chetri's exhibition, which promises to be a showcase of her talent and a celebration of her artistic journey. The event will feature the art exhibition from January 13 to January 15 and the photography exhibition from January 18 to January 20, culminating in a felicitation ceremony on January 21. This event is not just a platform for artists and photographers to display their work; it's also an opportunity for art enthusiasts to witness the evolving landscape of contemporary art and photography.