If you can understand this preview, you will appreciate the exhibition as well. We are still not sure about vice versa.
Alankritha Art Gallery is displaying an group exhibition called Innate, on contemporary Indian art, from 4th to 25th November. 20 artists will be participating in the group show.
The senior artists exhibiting here are persons who have primarily structured their work in a classic modernity with accents leading towards more personal introspection, giving priority to structuring of form. The artists in this group are:
In charcoal and water color, he tries to capture the pain and passion caught in a timeless sphere.
He mixes strong lines and form, like humor and satire, in his hyperactive crows.
Raza S H
He uses forms of nature to create strong abstract forms which traverse sensations towards a metaphysical world.
He uses simple lines of black ink which are unflattering in their dynamic structure but build a perspective space in the human form.
He works with water colors and tries to capture the contemplative side of the subject like joy and pain, with an underlying sense of humor.
His sketches capture both the vibrant and the tender expression of the women.
His work tries to encapsulate the hidden impulses of human form.
Subramaniam K G
His works depict a sense of romance and tender playfulness, incorporating modern technique.
He tries to capture the expression of the robust women in rhythmic exaggerations of their contures.
Lalu Prasad Shaw
He tries to adapt a new technique in the traditional Kalighat Pat paintings.
He uses the early form of the 60s with vigorous cross hatched lines of black ink.
The younger talents have gained strong wings in innovation and experimentation, moving towards reflecting the plural, socio-political psychology and cultural dimensions of modern India, in a global perspective. The artists in this group are:
Santosh T V
In his work, the clouding water colors speak the anguish, as metaphor to the contemporary polemics and their effects on self.
His work is a cosmogram where realism and mythical poetics are created in a digitalized atmosphere.
Sajid Bin Amar
His work has a graffiti-like imagery, and collages providing heterogeneous melancholic composite symbols, of a changing visual culture.
His work includes computer-generated posers which are subject to multiple interpretations.
His work is simple, with narratives from mundane happenings.
He takes cue from symbols of urban street culture like billboard signs and objects.
He has done a photographic representation of an urban construction site and the likes.
In his work you can see the introspective side of the artist examining relations in a landscape of symbols suspended as carraiges of receptive messages.
He tries to depict the growing consumerism in the urban culture.
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