The Bizarre Bazaar is a gala affair at the Rangayan Gallery, Chitnavis Centre, Civil Lines, open from 11 am to 9 pm. The exhibition is there for just one more day. After an impressive two-days, The Bizarre Bazaar kept receiving visitors who were keen about the stalls and the artists responsible for them. Such response obviously boosted the spirits of the organizers and the participants who worked really hard to bring it all together for this exhibition. The exhibition is the brainchild of Shuchi Gupta and Rashmi Bharatiya, two city based young crusaders for handmade creatives.
The exhibition has been creatively decorated by VNIT Architecture students Aayushi Agarwal, Ayanima Chakrabarty, & Akanksha; using upcycled products. Amongst the installations that did really well were Devi’s Kalakruti from Mumbai, showcasing mosaic products, Crafted love from Nagpur has a great display of handmade home décor items, Woodpecker from Nagpur is displaying huge variety of handcrafted furniture, Kanha from Nagpur displaying wide range of dresses for Gods and many more.