Friday 14 January 2022

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

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