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Should you require any media-related information, please get in touch with the below-detailed representatives of Sublime:

MEDIA REPRESENTATIVE

MS. URMILA BISWAS

urmila@lateralthinkers.co.in
+91 98860 99736

GALLERY MANAGER

MS. BELINDA FERNANDEZS

sublime@prestigeconstructions.com
+91 70228 92634

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  • Can I gain access to press information and images for publicity purposes in magazines, newspapers, or websites?

    Yes, in order to gain access to Sublime's ongoing and upcoming exhibitions, and related information, a Media Account must first be created, after which requests for press-related information can be made.

  • What is the benefit of this Media Account?

    By signing up for a Media Account, you will straight away become an empaneled member of Sublime, which means that you will be one of the first amongst the media fraternity to be given Media Kits consisting of information and regular updates from Sublime, preferential access for interviews, and invitations to each of Sublime's marquee events.

  • How do I create a Media Account?

    Please scroll below and fill in your details under the "Register for a Media Account". Once your information submitted has been verified and approved by our administrators, you will receive a confirmation email along with your account credentials.

  • Why have I not received a Confirmation Email from Sublime, though I have signed up for a Media Account?

    Each account request is subject to a thorough verification process, and can take up to a month. If you have not received a confirmation email after this time period, we are afraid that your request has been declined. Please contact our Media Representative, whose information can be found in the block alongside, for more information regarding the same.

  • Do I need a Media Pass to cover events at Sublime Galleria?

    Sublime Galleria honours Press Passes issued by the various media outlets, and affiliated institutions. However, Sublime Galleria does not issue such passes.
    In the absence of a Media Pass you could present your Press ID to our admission staff, who will cater to your needs thereafter.

  • Can I film or photograph at Sublime Galleria?

    Yes, filming and photography is permitted at Sublime Galleria. However, prior permission must be sought through a detailed request using your Media Account.

The Art of The Sheraton Grand Whitefield

The Sheraton Grand Art Collection has been curated by Sublime Galleria in a journey that has spanned two and a half years. The result is over 550 works of art by 6 of India’s most promising artists. From minimalist abstraction on rice paper to contemporarizations of 14th century Indo-Persian tomb murals, 4.5 metre textile installations to photo-realistic porcelain and... Read More...

Grishma

One of the reasons Bangalore has attracted people from across the country and internationally to put their roots down here, is mostly because of two things, one is because it is the hub for digital revolution since the millennium and the other its history as the Garden City. It is a place where we get... Read More...

An Ode to Nature

"Nature always wears the colour of the spirit", Ralph Waldo Emerson. Artist Shirley Mathews captures these colours wonderfully in her latest series, “An Ode to Nature” Ode to Nature The painting reminds one of a tropical landscape, lush with greenery everywhere. The painting reminds the viewer of thick foliage with specks of orange bark. As... Read More...

Echoes & Silences

Echoes and Silence is a series of works by Artist Lovina, who has explored abstraction of her works which is inspired by her spiritual outlook to life. Sun Kissed Blue The art work seems to be inspired by the movement and colours of an oriental art work. The bright yellow and orange juxtaposed with different... Read More...

3 Rivers Meet

Akhilesh has a deep understanding of the visual language. His expression is complex whilst keeping his medium very simplistic. His work is relatable. His bold lines and patterns are reminiscent of cave paintings. There is a definitive influence of primal human expression. It’s raw, communicative and enthralling for a viewer. Desparate Green In this painting,... Read More...

Wandering

Pragya Jain’s has a common theme to it made obvious by her lavish use of a digitised style consisting of replicating pixels used in digital media. Her work is largely abstract with colour tones that are well balanced to the eye. The pieces are largely embedded with a modern style. Her use of a familiar... Read More...

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