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Art should not be limited to a specific class of people, nor should it be restricted to being displayed at fancy galleries. It should be open to diverse interpretations by its viewers and although the message might appear vague, it still succeeds in reflecting the audience.

And a perfect example of this was the PeaceNiche Public Art Project, which in collaboration with various artists put together an event that transcended socio–economic barriers; bringing about an appreciation for artistic expression through various mediums and creating a sense of unity.

The event was held at The Second Floor (T2f)  from September 28, 2012 and went on until September 30, 2012.

It served as a platform for both established and aspiring artists to come together, share ideas, knowledge and present their works.

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Oct 03, 2012 05:42pm
beautiful n amazing! so fantastic
Oct 03, 2012 04:12am
Beautiful. I have always known that Pakistan has got a side which has been off lately muted by the ever so pronounced mullahs and hardliners who grabbed most ears. I would want to buy these if they are made available in India. I am sure there is a market for these arts. Probably using the now newly opened conduits of trade and building mutual respect.