Daru – An exhibition of recent artwork

The central concern of the write up is to highlight the title “daru” with utmost expression. Daru a Sanskrit word which actually means trees.

Trees that constitute part and parcel of nature are losing their existence today, for a general public, but for the visual creator Umesh Nayak trees are equal to revered God. Being an artist he feels with a rare spontaneity the automotive arrival as instant flash of images and organic/inorganic forms in the internal surface of mind.

This is very visual and common. In the case of an artist who rather survives as a visual creature with the impulses and instincts belonging to an automatically and unknowingly but without getting devoid of aesthetic consciousness and then get expressed with an intentional infusion of intellectual in heritance.

His art works are rather installations, different object’s collaged image formed and installed together to define a distinct sense. The show is curated by Priyangna Jain.

When: September 1 to 6, 11 am to 7 pm

Where: Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Bajaj Bhavan, 226, Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, Nariman Point, Mumbai

Contact: 09410885425

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