Art District XIII features The Living Sculptures by Sachindra Nath Jha, Gopal Samantray, Vernika, DVS Krishna, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Addepalli Rao, Gangadhar Mahato, Gagan Gargi, Nimesh Pilla & Divyendu Anand.
The various themes of artists showcase positivity, colours, intricacy, our existence, and injustice in our environment. The artist wants to bring awareness through the sculptures, with some repeated patterns across generations like our greed to conquer and tame animals, our selfish nature, and the human mind having dominated the animal kingdom, by deforestation displacing, and poaching animals. Some works have a post-pandemic theme with positivity reinforcement depicting colours, positivity, and liveliness.
The exhibition is part of the Delhi Art Week, a week-long celebration of the rich diversity of Indian contemporary and modern art in Delhi, taking place across four art zones, 37 galleries, two museums and several participating institutions.