Amrit Pal Singh’s quirky faces have captured hearts all over the world, and now they’re coming to three cities in India. The exhibition runs at STIR in Delhi from April 28th to May 7th, followed by Method, Kala Ghoda in Mumbai from June 8th to June 25th, and finally, Church Street Social in Bangalore from July 7th to July 23rd. Learn more about this unique project below!
Toy Faces India Tour: Don’t Miss This!
Amrit’s three-dimensional representations of cultural icons and movements have a delightful sense of fun. His collection of gaming faces continues to grow and reimagine inspiring individuals from various fields. Coinciding with his 100th NFT drop, his first solo exhibition returns to the roots of the project by showcasing notable figures from the art world.
Presented in a physical art collector’s playroom with game-like interpretations of famous works of furniture, the exhibition reveals eight new faces of playthings by legendary artists. This also includes an official collaboration with MF Husain Estate. The curation of exhibitions brings the virtual world into reality by enabling visitors to enter the digital game room for the first time ever.
In this offline world, viewers will embrace the wonders of childhood while celebrating the artistic contributions of the art world’s legendary greats. Delhi timings daily from 12-8pm, with valet parking on opening day and parking at STIR headquarters for other days.
Entry is free for allSo don’t miss this opportunity to experience the adorable Amrit Pal Singh Faces in person!
About Amrit Pal Singh
Amrit Pal Singh is an artist who enjoys creating playful designs, illustrations, and NFTs that celebrate diversity. He has worked with clients around the world for over ten years, creating a range of digital products such as mobile apps, comic books and digital games. With skillful experience across projects as a visual artist, 3D illustrator and art director, Amrit Pal Singh offers the world a new viewing lens with his creations.
In February 2021, he gained widespread fame after selling his first NFT, called Frida Toy Face, for 3.9 ETH. He has since gone on to create Game Faces collections and NFT game rooms. Both have sold over 94 NFTs and generated over 384 ETH in initial sales, resonating with people all over the world.