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EXHIBITION "Beyond Paradigms" solo show of paintings and ceramics by Amrit Khurana at Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road > 22nd, 23rd & 24th September 2017

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Time : 11:00 am - 8:00 pm  Add to Calendar 22/09/2017 11:00 24/09/2017 20:00 Asia/Kolkata EXHIBITION "Beyond Paradigms" solo show of paintings and ceramics by Amrit Khurana Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2017/09/exhibition-beyond-paradigms-solo-show.html Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 DD/MM/YYYY - Exhibition on View

Entry : Free

Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003
Parking : Gate No. 1, 2 & 3 (Cars), Gate No. 2 (Bikes & Bicycles)
Venue Info : Events | About | Map | Nearest Metro Stations :
'Jor Bagh(Yellow Line)Exit Gate-1' - Walk Direction
'Khan Market(Violet Line)'
Area : Lodhi Road Area Events

Event Description : EXHIBITION "Beyond Paradigms" solo show of paintings and ceramics by Amrit Khurana. 

Concept-
Amrit’s art is a response to the world around her. One does not see any divine inspiration behind the works; rather each work draws inspiration from real people, men and women whom she encounters on a day-to-day basis. Her autism lends a unique perspective to her works and in that it becomes a response to her association with the world outside. Her art is nurtured by the lines; strong, bold, unbroken, unerased and it is these lines that create meaning and lend a voice to her work.

Technique-
The lines and contours in each work is controlled, the sense of colour is impeccable and a feeling of abandon is evident. The use of flat colours and a heady mix of warm, vibrant hues alongside muted, subtle shades has become her style. Amrit’s works are mostly figurative in form, mixed with an element of abstraction. She has a self-defined mode of expression.

Response to the society-
For Amrit, autism has become her strength. Communicating and shaping her thought processes without the linguistic skills, her works are full of expressions and emotions. From one exhibition to another, she has found new roads to expression. 

As someone with impaired communication and sensory limitations, Amrit has trod a long path towards social integration, all thanks to her art. Over the years, she has bloomed from an autistic child into a fairly independent adult with a distinct identity. She has come a long way in this journey – from washing her hands every next second (as the colour would unsettle her), to imprinting her thoughts steadily on a paper and turning it into a piece of art.

Amrit’s work is a mark of a coherent private world conjured up in the sweep of imagery of an individual creator. Provided we as viewers can entertain the fantasy of travelling into that world—in the same way that we might travel into a foreign country with no knowledge of its language or customs—we are in a position to savour the extreme experience of otherness.

Painting is her release — her escape — her way to fit into a noisy and disorderly world, her way to connect with the people around her. She creates and performs not only because she is compelled by the forces that make her unique, but also because it brings her tremendous joy. Initially she would use no models for her drawings, but would draw from images seen only once, on television or in a book. She has perfect recall and often adds her own touches, interpretations or improvisation to the images. 

Amrit uses lot of vibrant hues. The lines and angles of each facade are rendered with photographic accuracy; the colors, on the other hand, are blithely surreal. Her work mirrors the human emotions in its multitude expressions. The lines are accurate and the emotions more real.

Amrit is an artist with an extremely special vision of lines and contours invisible to the common eye. Her observation of life around her, of various characters, friends, colleagues and the entire situation around her is quite unique. She does not follow any formal school of art therefore her characters and paintings have unique colours and blends, which are not stereotypes.

Her artwork has her own unique style, which is remarkably distinguishable from many artists and her art works portray an appeal of freshness and uniqueness in its own way.
Her patrons have followed her through all her exhibitions and have always found a new dimension in her previous form of art. Amrit is highly appreciated because of her own style and composition, which portrays so many different expressions of life.

Beyond Paradigms showcases the different flavours of India. From Bollywood to the vendors on the street to our deep rooted belief in God, this exhibition will take the viewers down the memory lane as Gabbar from the iconic movie Sholay comes alive on paper with a few, measured strokes. One can also have a tête-à-tête with the traders of the yester years. The Biscope wala, the flute seller, the grocery shop owner, all have been brought to life with Postcards from India.

So step into her world and see it with her eyes. You will see the difference.

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