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Noshe Oceanic Group ventures into the art world with An Yah

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Noshe Oceanic Group ventures into the art world with An Yah

Noshe Oceanic Group, promoter of ad agency Noshe Oceanic, Stoots India Productions, Noshe PR and Aryan Global, has forayed into the art world with a new company – An Yah – which will focus on commissioned art, art on rent and corporate art.

Commenting on the new company, Asheesh Sethi, President, Noshe Oceanic Group, said, “Art is my passion and it has been my desire all this while to promote art by emerging artists by offering them an avenue to present their creative skills. With the launch of An Yah, I believe, I would be able to fulfil my dream as much as the dream of the upcoming artists looking for recognition in the realm of art.”

An Yah is showcasing works of seven emerging artists at its maiden exhibition, ‘Myriad Expressions – Hindustan Globalistan’ at the Travancore Art Gallery in Delhi from January 18-24, 2010. The artworks display the hues of India over the ages, culminating in the contemporary globalised India.

Meena Varma, Associate VP, Noshe Oceanic Group, said, “An Yah strives to provide a platform to brilliant emerging artists to showcase their works of art and to bring an affordable collection to art lovers, collectors, corporate organisations and customised art buyers. We have brought together a diverse collection of exotic works depicting India of different eras on canvas, from ancient to modern times.”


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