Wednesday, 31 January 2018

NGMA Mumbai

Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall, M G Road, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400032

Sunday, 28 January 2018

According to the statistics in India there are 29 states to represent 1.25 billion people

 ARTIST  STATEMENT

India is a multiverse land, where art and culture resemble its diversity and ethnicity. Art has been pre-eminent throughout the array and has been explored holistically by all forms of life. I believe the world is full of insightful creations waiting to be explored and so is mankind which is indeed a wonderful creation of the almighty. I represent the entire 1.25 billion population of the country in a unique form of art. My work is an attempt to express myself and socio- cultural status of our society. Though the educational system we receive knowledge to enrich ourselves to transform into a better human being.
According to the statistics in India there are 29 states to represent 1.25 billion people. With this wide range of population of our country human being has been divided into categories too. 

My art represents the dysfunctionality of the society. The society where we have a static learning processes, and through that systematic process each of us is judged and categorised.  The representation may be anything that describes the identity of the state in the country. This may include my self-portrait, public figure, the animal, spoken language, or even a famous artist.
The reparation which is constantly scene in my work is not only focusing on the numerical table but also the rhythm and harmony of life. My major response to everything around and the interaction with the non-living objects is the metaphor of my art.

In order to motivate and bring awareness to people, I wish to create art in which the ethnicity of the state will be carried thus depicting the importance of the education and the significance of it in saving a human life.                                                                                                                                        
- Jignesh makwana

EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 25th Jan 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent solo show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery, Churchgate Mumbai
25th Jan 6:30 to 8pm
25th Jan to 31th Jan 2018, time : 12am(afternoon to 8pm night)

 

PIN POSTER: Gallery Chemould Mumbai

Address: 3rd floor, Queens Mansion, G. Talwatkar Marg, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001
Opened: 1963 Phone: 022 2200 0211

Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Sunday, 21 January 2018

PIN POSTER MUMBAI : Jignesh Makwana Baroda Artist Solo show at Art Gate Mumbai

 EXHIBITION &  SALE at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 25th Jan 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent solo show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery, Churchgate Mumbai
25th Jan 6:30 to 8pm
25th Jan to 31th Jan 2018, time : 12am(afternoon to 8pm night)


Thursday, 4 January 2018

Pin Poster :Mumbai

Address: No.226, Ground Floor, Bajaj Bhavan, Jamnalal Bajaj Road, Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400021
Hours: Open today · 11AM–7PM Phone: 022 2202 3626
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Monday, 1 January 2018

The principles in art which were once considered inapt have been completely eradicated with the course of time.


Progressive understanding of art is ‘Rupayatan’. And hence the past rules do not remain valid in the present. The aesthetic perspective of art has revolutionized throughout the years. The process of creating and decoding modern art has changed with growing peculiar interests of the populace. It has acted as a catalyst for the growth in the change in the aesthetic perspective of art. 


The current creative tendency is not decisive; it is more likely to keep changing with the change in the aesthetic perspective of the populace. The inspiration is taken from the daily life and when presented through art is highly illusorily. The organization of pre-requisite knowledge, shapes and construction of subjects is primarily conveyed in visual presentations. The paintings then can have varying effect on the human mind. This phenomenon has lasted from the time of ancient art to the changed modern art.

The principles in art which were once considered inapt have been completely eradicated with the course of time. The pure and unique thoughts emerging from the artist’s subconscious mind are accountable for it. The individualistic thoughts and the artist’s perspective as an individual about the subject, both physical and deductive are the particular reasons for the same.

The obsession of beauty and crave for innovations comes from the natural thinking process based on the right morality denying the fa├žade, is the tradition of visual interpretation of unnamed and unlabelled form. This accepts the space. Increase in the form of art through the process of colors, lines and understanding and the maturity of an artist are the things which enhance the value of the art.

The absence of clothes does not define nudity; it is originally the raw and pure state of nature. It is also a social state. The meaning of nudity for us is in the subconscious state and not in the conscious state of mind. This is not an attempt to change the statements of the critic. There is similarity in the imaginative state and the existing state hence there is no hiding the truth, it gets amplified.

The artist and his art is like the eye and vision. What is seen is not always helpful for creative presentation; even if this is inspired by our lives it is highly fictitious. It is a blend of imagination and pre-requisite knowledge. It is illusorily and an extract of our vision. Hence nudity does not require a canopy; it is in an oblique state. This exhibition of paintings and sculptures emphasizes on strengthening the natural instinct. A painting is exclusively visual, which originates from the indigenous thoughts. A painting is the very representation of our thought process. We would like to convey this message through this exhibition.

Text translate Santosh Sawant
Edit by  Vinit Lawande
Art Blogazine
 Pankaja JK (Founder)

All copyright by Prajakta 2017



RUPAYATAN GROUP SHOW
SALE & EXHIBITION at Art Gate Gallery, Mumbai
All Art lovers are most invited on 5th Jan 2018
at the Inauguration Ceremony of Amazing Recent Group show Artworks at Art Gate Gallery, Churchgate Mumbai
5th Jan 5:30 to 8pm
6th Jan to 11th Jan 2018, time : 12am(afternoon to 8pm night)