Exhibition I Saw

INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Debanjan Roy : Reinventing Relooking

Debanjan Roy : Reinventing Relooking When Gandhi Took A Selfie A white sculpture of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi taking a selfie with a cow raises eyebrows as well as questions. Clearly one of the most frequented booths at the India Art Fair, Debanjan Roy’s artwork deviation from how Mahatma Gandhi is often represented. The Gandhi we know from his picture on bank […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2017 : Jitish Kallat : Sensitive Art

Jitish Kallat : Sensitive Art Jitish Kallat is incredibly sensitive to the environment.  The work that he does is very personal to him, however at the same time it compels viewers to think about time, life, death. There is an urgency to consider the relationships that one has forged in their lifespan, with everything in the universe. Kallat explores throughout […]
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Jitish Kallat at India Art Fair, 2018

Jitish Kallat In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Jitish Kallat New Ways to See the Old Drops of rain on the maximum city. However, they are not entirely lost. The young artist interestingly has a plan. Jitish Kallat is one of the emerging and […]
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Zoya Siddiqui at India Art Fair, 2018

Zoya Siddiqui In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Zoya Siddiqui Zoya Siddiqui – The Artist This young artist from Lahore is creating virtual waves in the world of multi media arts.  Living and working outside her birthplace Lahore (Pakistan) for the past few years, […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2018 : Zoya Siddiqui : Spatial Art

Zoya Siddiqui : Spatial Art   Zoya Siddiqui’s Loop, the video installation is attracting a fair bit of audience at the India Art Fair. A performative life-size video installation, presented by the Shrine Empire, it investigates the conflict between represented space and experienced space. Space is a concept that is explored time and time again, in the context of understanding […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2017 : A Tale of Two Cities

INDIA ART FAIR 2017 : A Tale of Two Cities The Concept A Tale of Two Cities exhibition, presented by Gallery Espace,  brings together an eclectic artist collective comprising Manjunath Kamath, Riyas Komu, Manisha Parekh, Ram Rahman, Paula Sengupta and Chintan Upadhyay from India together with Jagath Weerasinghe, Anoli Perera, Pala Pothupitiya, Bandu Manamperi and Pradeep Chandrasiri from Sri Lanka. […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2017 : Om Soorya : Meditative Art

Om Soorya : Meditative Art Om Soorya paints surreal landscapes. Light and dark are at play in all his works however he depicts this in many different forms. OM Soorya’s Craft Soorya’s use of pigment is fluid and intuitive. It is seen in the mood created by rich deep tones and blurry lines.  The works often are reminiscent of a […]
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Om Soorya at India Art Fair, 2018

Om Soorya In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Om Soorya Om Soorya – The Artist Soorya maintains that aesthetics are just as important as content. Lighting plays an integral role in creating the transcendental feel that his paintings have. Furthermore, the peculiar play of […]
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Kyung-Ae HUR at India Art Fair, 2018

Kyung-Ae HUR In this section, we pick one artist to showcase their work and creative journey so far. Today, we look at contemporary artist Kyung-Ae HUR Kyung-Ae HUR – The Artist Kyung’s artwork is original. Created painstakingly, and with love she shares her unusually made pieces. There is a fine line in her work, bordering installation and artwork. Made by […]
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INDIA ART FAIR 2017 : Kyung-Ae HUR : Delicious Art

Kyung-Ae HUR : Delicious Art In Korea, it is noteworthy, that on special occasions ‘siluddeok’ is prepared. It is a rice cake or a mujigae-ddeok, or rainbow rice cake, as it is called. For that reason, it resembles the layers of paint that the artist applies to her canvases. The ground colour of the rice cake is white, to which colourful layers of […]
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