7.29.2016

The Sikh Project

Portraits of Sikh American men and women explore the style and significance of the Sikh articles of faith.



New York! The Sikh Coalition invites you to The Sikh Project, the first-ever art exhibition exclusively featuring Sikh Americans. From acclaimed British photographers Amit and Naroop, the exhibition will feature 40 portraits of Sikh American men and women that explore the style and significance of the Sikh articles of faith.

The exhibition, which will be free to the general public, highlights generations of Sikh American history that embodies perseverance and progress as we commemorate the 15-year anniversary of 9/11. The Sikh Project will run September 17-25 at 530 Broadway in Manhattan.

Here are some more details about the exhibition:

The Sikh Project: Free Exhibition in NYC

September 17 – 25

530 Broadway
New York, New York 10012

The Sikh Project, brought to you by the Sikh Coalition and acclaimed British photographers, Amit and Naroop, will feature nearly 40 portraits of Sikh American men and women that explore the style and significance of the Sikh articles of faith.

WHEN: September 17-25, 2016. *Completely free to the public!* Doors will open daily from 10am-8pm EST, with extended hours on the weekends. If you are organizing a group of 25 or more people to visit the exhibition, please email sikhproject@sikhcoalition.org.

WHERE: 530 Broadway, New York, New York 10012

For more information: www.sikhcoalition.org/sikhproject & www.amitandnaroop.com

SPECIAL THANKS TO: Dr. Deeptej Singh; Harvanit & Rohit Kumar, Jaswinder and Anupreet Chadha; Mitchell J. Barnett and Cushman & Wakefield; Suneet Kaur, Jaspal Singh and family for their support of the Sikh Project exhibition.

This is an awesome project featuring some really amazing subjects and portraits. I had the honor of serving as one of the judges for The Sikh Coalition during the selection process. I'm excited to see how it all came together. For further information, visit The Sikh Coalition website.

More here: Exhibit Aims To Show The Beauty Of Sikh American Identity