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'Groundbreaking' Indian Art Exhibit Comes To Cincinnati

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"The Unveiling" opens at the Greenwich House Gallery Oct 2.

Cincinnati's Greenwich House Gallery says it is the only location in the Western Hemisphere to host "'The Unveiling,' a groundbreaking Indian art exhibit."

The exhibit opens Friday October 2 in O'Bryonville.

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One of 40 collectible pieces including works by Sandip Roy, Shubashish Mondal, and C.H. Gandi.

Forty collectible pieces painted by Sandip Roy, Shubashish Mondal, C.H. Gandi, and others include abstracts, oils, pastels, architectural images, and scenic landscapes.

The gallery says its owner, Ramesh Malhorta, forged a relationship with Nitanjali Art Gallery in New Delhi. The capital city has a thriving contemporary arts scene that Malhorta has been monitoring for some time.

The October 2 opening will feature live music, food, and wine. Greenwich encourages guests to wear saris and other native clothing.