Exhibition of Dipak Ghosh Inaugurated at 6th Global Festival of Journalism

Noida: A colorful and authentic faces in the shape of paintings were presented by the renowned artist Dipak Ghosh on the first day of 6thGlobal Festival of Journalism at Marwah Studios designed by International Journalism Centre on International Journalism Day, 12th February 2018.

“We have always promoted art and culture in our every event. We have believed that Indian art and culture is base for our growth and promotions,” said Sandeep Marwah President of GFJN.

The exhibition was inaugurated by H.E. Sabit Subasic Ambassador of Bosnia And Herzegovina to India, veteran journalist Ved Pratap Vaidik, Dr.Xiaoxian Zhu from Teesside University UK, Kumar Mohan Editor Complete Cinema from Mumbai, renowned PR Consultant Himanshu Zhunzhunwala and H.E. Michael Aaron N. N. Oquaye Esq (Jnr) High Commissioner of Ghana to India.

“I harbor an interest in all art forms with a special interest in music and filmmaking besides the visual arts. When I’m not occupied with my passions, I help artists and leaders of tomorrow see the light, my primary endeavor is to make them dream better. My thought process has always aligned better with children as they are fearless and forever evolving, naturally possess a vivid imagination and are open to all possibilities of fancy,” said Dipak K Ghosh.

Madhavi Advani director of International Children’s Film Forum curated the exhibition. Dipak K Ghosh pursued commerce from Jadavpur High School and Prafulla Chandra Collage (City Collage, Golpark, Kolkata), started drawing when in 3 rd grade of school. His first earning came by making a Portrait when in class eighth. He is currently working at Bubna Advertising.

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