He merges his western design sensibility with the iconographies and materials of India through a creative meditational practice. Profoundly impressed by the diversity and richness of Indian craft traditions, his production encompasses painting both large-scale and miniaturesculpture, drawing, textiles, jewellery and applied design.
With buyers across the country and offshore having already collected their works, discerning art lovers are now setting their sights on the future.
Keeping in sync with current demands in the art market, Horizon, the ongoing group exhibition of paintings, showcases the works of 11 promising artists of Bengal, providing them a platform through which they can win the attention of connoisseurs as well as extend and enrich their limits of expression.
The themes dealt with are very unlike one another, as are their treatment, reflecting a wide disparity and diversity in the individual styles of the artists. An exhibition of paintings by a group of promising artists When: Till June 5 weekdays only ; 11 am - 6 pm Where: Indian Society of Fine Arts presents a group show of paintings, sketches and watercolours.
An exhibition on Art of the British Period featuring paintings, photographs and artifacts. Glimpses of Ancient India — paintings by Prabhatmohan Bandyopadhyay Ltd, Emami Towers, Anandapur E. Paintings and sculptures by young artists. India Art for the People presents an exhibition of painting and sculpture.
Resurrection — the group exhibition by CreAtive Circle. Inspiring future talents in Art! Recent works by Mustak Khan Chowdhury. An exhibition of the works by Bappa Halder.
Rabindra Janmotsav, organised by Rabindra Bharati Society. A dance-song production, Rangiye Diye Jao, presented by Kalamandalam. May 29 at Gyan Manch; 6 pm: Lokgaan by Nila from Bangaldesh. May 29 - 31 at Uttam Mancha: Rasikhapriya presents the mid-year series of a festival of Carnatic music.
Featuring Isai Payanam fame Charulatha Mani vocal on 29th, 6. Jayanth flute at 4. Suryaprakash vocal at 6. Ganesh vocal at 6.
May 30 at Rabindra Sadan; 6 pm: Reading by Jagannath Basu and Urmimala Basu. May 30 at Gyan Manch; 6. May 30 at Girish Mancha; 6. May 31 at Girish Mancha; 6. Sitanath Goswami will speak in Sanskrit on Bhagavad-Gita. Swami Samshuddhananda will speak in Bengali on Valmiki Ramayana.
Nupurchhanda Ghosh will conduct workshops on songs of Atulprosad, Rajanikanto and Dwijendralal. For registration, call, Mukherjee Road; 2 pm - 6 pm: Graphic Novel Workshop for the age group 15 yrs - 21 yrs with writer Rimi B.
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