REVIEW FOR PAINTINGS BY MANGUIRISH RAJADHYAX & SWATHI RAJADHYAX
Discover the world of contemporary art through the paintings by Manguirish Rajadhyax and Swathi Rajadhyax being exhibited at the Kalakriti Art Gallery. The paintings of the couple will be displayed from 11am to 7pm from December 12 to 27.
Manguirish Rajadhyax paints portraits to describe the people who create the cultural movements that influence our perceptions and behaviour. Various mediums inspire his artwork. Manguirish uses advertisements as the key to giving an insight, and fine art to reminisce about cultures, both past and present. He completed his BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) from Goa College Of Art in 1999 and his MFA (Master in Fine Arts) in 2002 from the University of Hyderabad.
Swathi Rajadhyax aims at letting her audience experience a connection with an environment or emotion while enjoying the playful and careful rendering of details in an image. She uses the circus and bright clowns in her paintings as a means of portraying playful excitement. The clowns is a metaphor for the struggles every individual puts up with a mask beneath a smile. He is an exaggerated figure, whose bright clothing, wild gestures and outlandish antics mirror the actions and qualities found within the viewer.
Please contact the venue at 6656-4466 for further details.