Tulunad Culture Seen in Mangalore International Airport: Check Out

Tulunad Culture Seen in Mangalore International Airport: Check Out

January 4: S Cube Art Gallery from Mangalore has bagged Airports Authority of India’s (AAI) contract to beautify Mangalore  International Airport (MIA).
Shashank Shetty, Proprietor of S Cube Art Gallery said that the Gallery bagged the contract for six works in two out of the total four sectors.
The sculpture work of ‘Human hand flying paper plane was done by Artist Harish Kodialbail, from fibreglass and steel.

Harish mentioned that the work, installed outside the airport, is larger than life sculpture signifying the aspiration of passengers. He also designed a fibreglass sculpture on Kambala installed at the exit area of Airport terminal which introduces the folk sport of the region to visitors and tourists.

The sculpture of Tiger Dance was installed at the arrival lounge of the airport.

Another fibreglass and steel sculpture of fisherman with boat at the entrance of the departure lounge depicts the fishing culture of coast. It is an aim to highlight soaring aspirations, adventure and the daily struggle of fishermen community.
Artist Venki Palimaru’s six individual terracotta sculptures on Tulunadu Cultural themes were installed in both Airport’s domestic and international terminal.
Artist Reshma S Shetty had come out with the ‘Jain miniature paintings (18X6 feet). The two works of acrylic on canvas are displayed on either side of the exit. The work was conceived after referring to authentic traditional Jain paintings in Moodbidri Jain Mutt and Shravanabelagola Mutt, Shetty explained.



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