Artists in Kashmir valley have long been struggling for a physical art gallery to showcase their work but thanks to the pandemic that made them think out of the box.
Naushad Gayoor is a multidisciplinary artist and a fine art teacher from Srinagar who devotes most of his time to paintings and sculpture art. He has been striving hard to start a physical gallery that can showcase art in Kashmir valley. During the lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic, his idea of starting an online gallery has become a reality.
The website is aimed at providing a much-required platform to the youth of the valley who would otherwise struggle to showcase their work. Under the name “FRAMES,” the Gayoor Art Foundation aims at organizing more photography exhibitions, seminars, workshops, and talks through the online platform.
“We don’t have a gallery but it doesn’t mean we will not work….