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Visual Synthesis

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

An Exhibition of Contemporary Paintings & Sculptures

Venue: Shridharani Gallery N-205, Triveni kala sangam 205,Tansen Marg
New Delhi.
September 11th to 20th, 11am to 7 pm Daily

Janus Art Gallery, celebrating 15 years of its journey of art, is pleased to present a contemporary coterie from Kolkata through an exhibition of exclusive paintings & sculptures at Shridharni Gallery,New Delhi.

Every idea, every thought is an entity in itself. Flowing freely from the brushes, they create a synthesis of visual forms. Encompassing multiple facets of daily life, these visuals create a diary, with pages submerged in social ethos, human psyche and stoic commentary. Art is a medium of expression of what we believe in…they are conduits of what we think and desire, and ‘Visual synthesis’ is proud to present them in never discovered realms of creative reasoning.

Seven exhibitors have experimented with genres over time and period….they have used various medias and have given shape and hues to their imagination. They have not only unleashed a documentary, of stunning and dynamic visual imagery captured in still frames of art and sculptures, but have also formed appealing narratives… both real and illusive.

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Bijon Choudhury
Jogen Choudhury
Suhas Roy
Sunil Das
Ajoy Kumar Ghosh
Niren Sengupta
Rabin Dutta
Joi Zharotia
Gopi Gojwani
Manoj Dutta
Ashoke Bhowmick
Arunesh Choudhury
Shrikant G. Poddar
Partho Dutta
Rajesh K. Sharma
Dolly Dutta
Sudip Chakraborty
K Muralidharan
Paritosh Sen
Pradip Das
Debabrata Sarkar
Tarun Maity
Suvajit Samanta
Prabir Bera
Faiyyaz Rashid Khan
Rajan Fulari
Satya Mothadaka

Paradigm of Expressions

Friday, June 29th, 2012

Online edition of India’s National Newspaper Saturday, Apr 12, 2008

Spectrum of artistic expressions
Kunal Diwan

‘Journey’: Oil on canvas by Animesh Nandi

NEW DELHI : An exhibition of paintings and sculptures titled “Paradigm of Expressions” by various artistes is now on at Lalit Kala Akademi here.

The pantheon of artists whose works are on display include painters Bijon Chowdhary, Isha Mahammad, Shovin Bhattacharjee, Ajoy Kumar Ghose, Amit Singh Slathia, Animesh Nandi and Niren Sen Gupta and sculptors Mukul Panwar, Om Prakash Khare, Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Krishna Murari, to name a few.

Art critic and curator Debdutta Gupta says the exhibition showcases paintings and sculptures of artists belonging to different age groups and geographic locales, where some expressions refer to myths concerning the order-disorder-re-order incited by a conflict.

“In some other cases the lyric and dramatic literary modes are equally distinct along with the narrative ones. Where some artists lead us to the path of expressional enunciation through stylised representations, others take us closer to nature or even beyond perceptive points of recognition,” he adds.

The narrative sometimes is also a part of our folk art tradition. There is a language of this creativity, which is observed as “the pleasure of a mind engrossed in an image”. “The history of thought reveals, beneath the continuities, discontinuities, displacements and transformations.

Gradually the Indian artists have stepped out from the narrative mode and got themselves engrossed towards a more contemporary visual construct,” says Mr. Gupta. The exhibition comprises heterotopias, surrealism, tribal art forms, eco-feminism, abstract representations of landscapes in paintings and simultaneous co-existence and feel of form in sculptures that makes for a true paradigm of expressions.

The show is open for viewing up to this coming Monday.

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