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‘Yūgen’ - Tap the intangible awareness of the universe and search your soul on this sublime journey of life!
Expressionist abstracts by Rashmie Tyagi
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This is an exhibition for the happy-at-heart, who go through life with a spring in every step. And for everyone, who’d like very much to be like them! A must-see!!
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Artist Jaiprakash Chouhan uses his paintings - fluid as sound - to inhabit the subliminal level of consciousness - taking one away from the 'noise' around to a journey of the 'peaceful' in an archaic attempt at self discovery; one of the many interpretations that one can garner from his sensitive art...
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Pravin Shinde celebrates water as a vital resource connecting it to the panchmahabuta (five elements), the navgraha (nine planetary influences) and the navratna (nine gems) that are all a part of nature and closely connected to humanity. His work veers from pen and ink drawings to water colour and pencil works as well as acrylic on canvas; is stylised and intriguing as one tries to decode it.
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Artist Mahesh Karambele portray joy in every little thing - especially while searching the soul of a city like Mumbai. Check out his latest exhibition here...
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Inspiration comes from varied quarters. For Gajanan Thakurwar, happy tidings are translated into vibrant, joyful visual art. The young Nanded-based artist has an exploratory method, where he diligently works on compositions that seemingly spring out of the canvas. Check out this unusually happy show!
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Rajesh’s use of bold colour and his distinctive style of capturing the mood are indeed commendable. An emphasis on the lips seems to become the moniker of the canvas, taking the direction that the artist wishes; conjuring up different moods in the viewer’s eye.
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A young impressionable artist from Kolkata, Sucharita Adhikary shows a remarkable prowess in working with wood. Her sculptures are acerbic, even amusing at times. They draw you closer, engage and leave you pondering… trancelike… before you tend to move on. Trying to understand her perspective will be an added plus to the viewers of this exhibition.
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