Friday, 14 January 2022

Nippon Friday presents Kolkata classic contemporary Art Show -

Dr. Somava Dutta I Tanushree Das I Arup Roy I Priyanka Sinha
Deepsikha Das I Pallavi Saxena
Debjyoti Saha I Priti Shaw I Nupur Mitra I Ipsit Roy
Dibakar Das I Ishita Dasgupta I Sudipta Swarnaker
Souvik Roy I Aparajita Gopal I Moumita Mosan I
Curated by Moumita Sarkar
Opening: Date: 16/01/2022 to 30/01/2022
Sale Enquiry: 9432 123 234 / 7439 119 228


THE FABULOUS -9 - at Jehangir art gallery Auditorium hall, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001


Recent works of a group of 9 contemporary artists from different regions of our country have been displayed in a group art exhibition at Jehangir art gallery Auditorium hall, M.G. Road, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 001 from 11th January 2022 onwards.  It will be there for public display till 17th January, 2022 between 11.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.  This unique  art exhibition has been curated  by Dyaneshwar Dhavale, who is an artist himself and intends to present the innovations of the inborn  talent in these artists under one roof with a view to enlighten art collectors, lovers and patrons with the intricacies of vivid multifaceted art works. 

The participating artists in this art exhibit are Amit Bhar Kolkata, Arvind Mahajan – M.P., B.B. Dutta- Mumbai, Goutam Mukherjee – Mumbai, Rajendra Pradhan – Nagpur, Ravi Mishra – Jaipur, Samir Sarkar – Kolkata, Subrata Das – Kolkata and Subrata Paul – Kolkata. This show was inaugurated on 11th January 2022 by eminent artist Prabhakar Kolte at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai in presence of many art lovers, patrons and art collectors.

Amit Bhar  :   His works in Semi realistic style depict Scintillating pristine rustic beauty of rural Bengal with the apt textural finesse having a realistic play of light and shade. The paintings are in typical Indian style having proper emotions and peculiarities of realms of life in iconic depictions and textures which enlighten all with their ethnic hues.

Arvind Mahajan :   His works depict Royal Essences of the heritage and Traditions in Madhya Pradesh.  These present different moods and cultures and give all the experience of royal ambience.  They reveal royal grandeur and class in each line in the work and enlighten all with the rich energetic colour tones, shades and their finesse at appropriate places in the relevant perspectives of art. They also illustrate awesome grace of royalness and simplicity.

B.B. Dutta : His works portray different stages of mind (transcendental levels) in the form of creative instincts at strategic areas in the work.  The depictions mostly being Shiva and Shakti, the ultimate in bringing evolution in the universe find a prominent place in his works.  It gives tremendous joy, well being and sense of elation to all in the universe of divinity where joy has no bounds. The art works in semi realistic style do enlighten all with the ethnic hues of divinity and eternity in apt perspectives.

Goutam Mukherjee  :  His works in realistic style depict the picture of life of Christie of Bengal and the Bengali Society of that time. His works are characterized by opt colour tones, their harmony and tonal rhythm alongwith the proper emotional mindscapes of the vivid sensitive characters in conducive environments. 

Rajendra Pradhan :  His sculptures depict infinite love for life. His works aptly reflect his process of finding himself and exploring it in the proper shape and form.  Being a civil engineer having variability and genuine talent as well as creatively, his works mostly display sensitivity of his poetic heart as per strict geometrical discipline of the creative arena in it.  His works in bronze, polymarble and diestone reveal ample joy and happiness as well as pleasantness in the respective perspectives.

Ravi Mishra -  A well known sculptor from Jaipur, his works in marble have been inspired by Radha and Krishna in artistic style. These are very innovative and enlighten all with ethnic hues of divinity and eternity associated with his thematic peculiarities in relevant arenas and perspectives.  Different creations reveal the genuine depictions of omnipresent eternal love in human beings in various forms and shapes alongwith the desired textural finishes and fineness.

Samir Sarkar :  His works show people wearing headgear and faces reveal double faced nature of people like we see in most professions.  It exemplifies the fact that people wear a face which is different from the real one.  It is a face which is suitable to suit the personality which is different than actual one.  The various works in acrylic colour on canvas are indicative of this dual personality of human nature.  Inspiration for various figures in the work is from Egyptian works.

Subrata Das  :   His paintings display a poetic imagination while depicting characters from Indian mythology.  Most of the works speak volumes about the divine love between Radha and Krishna.  His canvasses reveal celebration of that eternal love in apt arenas through romantic relationships which are beyond physical.  These works in mix media display the proper mood and aesthetics that surround the divine bodies.  Mystique created in the work due to sentimental attachment between the divine couple and various colour shades as well as tonal harmony create the desired visual effect of ecstasy on all viewers due to the equilibrium and resonance of various ingredients in the apt arenas and perspectives of visual arts.  

Subrata Paul :  His works in bronze embellished with wood reveal modern concept of texture and have the desired visual effect.  His works illustrate human beings and animal forms of activities.  These also display various playful moods of human beings and their active association with living creatures in this world through various action and activities in apt arenas and perspectives of art. 

Jehangir Art Gallery

From: 11th to 17th January 2022


An Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures


Amit Bhar, Arvind Mahajan, B.B. Dutta, Goutam Mukherjee, Rajendra Pradhan, Ravi Mishra, Samir Sarkar, Subrata Das and Subrata Paul



Jehangir Art Gallery

Auditorium Hall

161-B, M.G. Road

Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400001

Timing: 11am to 7pm

#jehangir art gallery #groupshow #artgallery 

Friday, 7 January 2022

Breaking News: Mrs. Sunita Wadhawan at 48 has once again underlined the off repeated saying that age is just a number.

Mrs. Sunita Sunil Wadhawan, is the new title holder of Mrs. India Maharashtra and Mrs. India one in a million 2021. She participated in the beauty pageant Mrs. India one in a million season 2, a platform given to housewives to showcase their talents.

Mrs. Sunita Wadhawan 

Mrs. Sunita Wadhawan at 48 has once again underlined the off repeated saying that age is just a number.The beauty pageant was organized by Prashant Choudhary and Swati Dixit, founders of Tiska Pageant. There was an overwhelming response to this event, in which around 103 contestants keenly fought for the number one position.Mrs. Sunita accepted the challenge and participated in the competition to showcase her talent on such a big platform. She proudly says that her husband Sunil Ramlal Wadhawan has always been supportive in all her ventures.

With whole hearted support of her parents and family she grabbed this opportunity with both hands to prove to the world that she is a multifaceted personality. In this pageant she has some more titles like “Beautiful Smile, Beautiful Skin, Glamorous and Mrs. Maharashtra 2021. She candidly gives credit to Yoga for making her worthy of all such achievements. She participated in the International Yoga Day event when she painted her body to gel with the Yogasanas which she performed for about 3 hours. She has to her credit the award on Surya Namaskar in one go.

She believes that beautiful mind resides in a beautiful body. As a nation building measure she is imparting the knowledge of yoga to one and all without any reservation. She conducted training programmes for Phetari Village School, Shradhanand Orphanage and at other places also.Besides being an ardent follower of Yoga she holds masters degrees in Fine Arts also. She has held exhibitions of her creations in the reputed Art Galleries world over like Royal Art Gallery London, Jahangir Art Gallery Mumbai and Darda Art Gallery Nagpur to name the fews.

She is now preparing herself for the Mrs. World Pageant which is going to be held in the next year.

For a personality like Mrs. Sunita Wadhawan sky is the limit.


@Press Release: ArtBlogaizne India

Wednesday, 5 January 2022

“A show manifesting the compound of classical and traditional methods with contemporary and modern ideas.” -Moumita Sarkar

Press Release


Art has consistently succoured to decipher the internal sentiments, insights for the happenings around and the unspoken thoughts, summing it with classical approaches, makes it pleasing to consider and delightful to acquire. 

Kolkata, a land brimming with intellectuality, traditions and classical art has a long erudite, artistic and architectural custom. It Inevitably has mesmerized every cerebral with its blend of colonial remnants and new-age creative energy. With a tremendous number of artistic ideas and notions coming from Kolkata, it has influenced many generations with its history, praxis and style. The exhibition itself showcases an amalgamation of classical and contemporary vitality. 

Featuring fourteen virtuosos and artists from different regions of India, the show beholds meritorious skills infused with new ideas and classical modus operandi. Despite the pandemic situations, several Lockdowns and worldwide agony, these artists remain associated with their underlying foundations and commemorated their thoughts on canvases and sheets. The exhibition celebrates their zeal for art and artistic mores, while unveiling their drawings, paintings, compositions and prints. 

The participating artists, Dr Somava Dutta from Assam, Pallavi Saxena and Dibakar Das from Mumbai, Aparajita Gopal from Hyderabad, Sudipta Swarnaker from Bangladesh, Tanushree Das, Arup Roy, Priyanka Sinha, Deepsikha Das, Debjyoti Saha, Priti Shaw, Nupur Mitra, Ipsit Roy, Ishita Dasgupta, Souvik Roy, Aparajita Gopal and Moumita Mosan from West Bengal has adeptly shown their contemplations and validated that whatever may the circumstance be, art can’t be disaffiliated from the artist. 

Artist: Dibakar Das

“Being an artist, I believe that artwork speaks for itself, it has its own language, one can feel the visual aspirations then describing it in words.” Quotes Dibakar Das, whose works entrenches around spaces, articles, nature and subliminal thoughts. The artist is roused by the perception of shape and cyclical change where only appearance matters as it represents an inner actuality that gets significance from its relationship to the cosmos. He usually builds his works in layers to create a structural and visual dilemma. 

Artist: Nupur Mitra

Dr Somava Dutta, an arising artist, whose works are based on the affiliation between humans and the environment depicted by deploying a variety of mediums, including tapestry, paintings, cloth works, drawings and many a time with ink. She manoeuvres her works by infusing the thoughts about how humans are impacting the sublime nature and what furthermore receiving consequently. The notions of Dutta occur from preset day circumstances that are being introduced in customary styles. 

Another Debjyoti Saha artist from the group affirms that his works are a combination of mythically ancient attributes with new and modern concepts. He utilizes naturally gathered things namely leaves in works, uses traditional approaches and displays them with innovative visualisation. “Where I reside and what I see has given an extraordinary effect on my works. Things, materials and mediums I utilized are some way or another associated with my encounters.” Saha states. 

Artist: Tanushree Das

The exhibition perhaps includes numbered artists yet their explorations and presentation have limitless proclamations. Displaying an assortment of works in which they inject their base considerations with the most kindred style makes their divulging musings way more creative. The visual patterns evince an enthralling and significant sensitization of their feelings. Works of art give great outcomes when they have a ton of expertise and experience imbued, however, turns out to be best when the traditional roots are exerted along the way to display thoughts.

Moumita Sarkar

The show has been exhibited online and offline, benefitting a wide range of art enthusiasts to give a visit.

Text & Curated by

Moumita Sarkar

Press Release more details contact: + 91 9432 123 234   + 917439 119 228

Nippon Friday presents
Kolkata classic contemporary Art Show

You are cordially invited
- Moumita Sarkar

Dr. Somava Dutta I Tanushree Das I Arup Roy I Priyanka Sinha Deepsikha Das I Pallavi Saxena Debjyoti Saha I Priti Shaw I Nupur Mitra I Ipsit Roy Dibakar Das I Ishita Dasgupta I Sudipta Swarnaker Souvik Roy I Aparajita Gopal I Moumita Mosan I

Curated by Moumita Sarkar
Altamira Art Gallery
Address: 8a, Lake View Rd
Hemanta Mukherjee Sarani, lake Terrace
Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal -700029

Sale Enquiry: 9432 123 234 / 7439 119 228
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