Exhibition I Saw

INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Ankon Mitra : Powerful Paper

Ankon Mitra : Powerful Paper From the desk of D’s Art Takes, a personal blog of Art From Us we bring to you the highlights from India Art Fair 2017 & 2018, handpicked by Divvya Nirula  Paper is soft. But the will is firm. Ankon Mitra’s work at the India Art Fair displays the stunning Origami installations in a massive […]
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Anne Samat at India Art Fair, 2018

Anne Samat – The Artist From the desk of D’s Art Takes, a personal blog of Art From Us we bring an insight about the artist featured, handpicked by Divvya Nirula  Unusually Anne There is something wonderous about Anne’s art. Perhaps because all that she uses is so recognisable essentially. And then with her touch she transforms the everyday into […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Anne Samat : The Art of Being

Anne Samat : The Art of Being From the desk of D’s Art Takes, a personal blog of Art From Us we bring to you the highlights from India Art Fair 2017 & 2018, handpicked by Divvya Nirula  The Colourful, Playful World of Anne Samat There is a riveting quality about Anne’s work. It is bold, passionate and deeply celebratory. […]
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Jignesh Panchal at India Art Fair, 2018

Jignesh Panchal In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Jignesh Panchal.    Jignesh Panchal – The Artist Born in 1981, Ahmedabad, Gujrat, Jignesh recounts his environment as having had a profound impact on him. He speaks about the intensely vernacular set up that he was exposed […]
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Jignesh Panchal at India Art Fair, 2018

Jignesh Panchal : Unique Art Jignesh Panchal’s intense cobalt blue stands out starkly against the white background in his artwork. Inviting the viewer to look closely at the intricate arrangements within Born in Gujrat, artist Jignesh Panchal’s practice references to his cultural atmosphere as he grew up in. Self confessed, it was a very “dense, intensely vernacular atmosphere.” He uses […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Artist In Focus : Avijit Dutta

 Avijit Dutta In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Avijit Dutta Born in 1974, Kolkata, Avijit is moved by the histories and images of the past. They draw out the story-teller artist within him and move him to create. “I belong to a very old […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Avijit Dutta : Memory Conversations

Avijit Dutta : Memory Conversations Avijit Dutta will take you to a bygone era with his artwork. His upcoming show titled Ensoul, is based on memories and relics from the past that especially reflect his love for nature. Tempera Painting in the Age of All Things Digital Stepping aside from the current trend of exploring new mediums, Dutta has explored an ancient technique […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Sudipta Das : Displacement Memories

Sudipta Das : Displacement Memories There is a huge group of wanderers who are hanging from the roof.  Sudipta Das’, “A Soaring To Nowhere”, figurines depicts the displacement of refugees, urging viewers to ponder about land and people. This artwork displayed at the India Art Fair has caught the attention of many viewers who stopped to look. Receptacle for Immigrant Memories […]
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Sudipta Das at India Art Fair, 2018

Sudipta Das In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Sudipta Das.  Lessons from History Drawing from her personal history, her creations portray those uprooted from their lands around the world and their trials. “The process behind my paintings is two-fold. First comes tearing and seasoning […]
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Debanjan Roy at India Art Fair, 2018

Debanjan Roy In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Debanjan Roy.  Re-Contextualising Gandhi Roy’s IAF sculptural installation-‘Gandhi taking a Selfie with Cow’-embeds the powerful presence of the Mahatma that exists in the national imagination, framing popular themes and behaviours. The deliberate reframing of Gandhi in […]
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