Gauri Khan's latest installation should not be missed
Comprising of two graceful elephant structures - over 25 feet in height, the display is made of metal and encrusted with 1 Lac crystals that ornament their bejeweled hides, encircle their necks with garlands and adorn their anklets. The elephants stand on a broad, circular base of painted plywood, with an elegant lotus sculpture at its fore and tall, stacked, fluidly designed lamps on either end facing each other at a diagonal slant, with their heads held aloft in anticipation of the coming festivities, and their outstretched trunks holding bud-shaped lamps to light up the sky. This larger-than-life installation will be unveiled by Gauri Khan at Phoenix Marketcity Kurla and will be displayed for the 100-day duration of the Phoenix Festival.
On the installation and association with the mall, Gauri Khan says,"Collaborating with Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla to design this installation has been a great experience for me. The installation concept uses textures, accents, the palettes, shapes, and compositions which will make it a spectacular visual treat to transform Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla into destination focus".