What: A colourful panorama of artwork comprising of paintings and sculptures created and presented by a group of 7 contemporary artists based in W. Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar will be displayed in AKS Art Gallery.
This group presentation will enlighten all viewers through a colourful panorama of work like various colours of rainbow, which are not only impressive but also effective in generating and spreading enthusiasm and positive energy to all art patrons and collectors owing their multi faceted ovueres. The artists in this group are Kinkar Saha, Subrata Karmakar, Subrata Kar, Debamitra Chowdhury, Tushar Das, Amit Kumar Anshu & Manju Kumari. Kinkar Saha’s sculptures in bronze of various sizes depict the abstract style of artistic emotional expressions on the face of the character to show the reality of life.
The work objectively shows the intense artistic urge to decorate his work by superb textural finesse. Subrata Karmakar’s sculptural work in bronze highlights the symbol of peace and serenity on the face of the character. The message of symbol of peace & tranquility and the need of the present hour to spread this message to different strata of society to overcome the calamities, communal disharmonies therein has been presented objectively. Tushar Das’s work in acrylic colours on canvas shows the effect of power and force through the visual forms. The stunning force in brush work and the ensuing visual effects that is noticed with vigour and energy in each work are really mesmerising.
Subrata Kar’s work in acrylic on canvas depicts the eternal form of Shakti prevalent in a goddess, deities through the visual forms. His command over the medium and skill in adopting experimental techniques to decorate the work are really mesmerising. Debamitra Chowdhury’s work on Durga displays the eternal devotion and spiritualism that is normally associated with such endeavours. His artistic instinct and genuine talent as well as creativity are clearly noticeable through the rich textural finesse and superb visual effect in the work. Amit Kumar Anshu’s work in acrylic and oil on canvas is mostly like a figurative portrait of the character to show the emotional state of the mind in the company of surroundings but with impact of past memories thereon. Manju Kumari’s work in watercolor on paper highlights the journey from Vrindavan Mathura. It mostly exemplifies the aspects of fantasy and visual glory as well as clarity by the objective use of visual forms and the relevant associations of closeness amongst the various ingredients of the work.
When: September 20 to October 10 between 11 am to 8 pm
Where: AKS Art Gallery, Adarsh Nagar, Opp. Samarth Aishwarya, Oshiwara, Andheri (W), Mumbai