EXHIBITION "The Order of Things" A group art show at Art Explore, 23 Lakeside, Hauz Khas Village > 11am-7pm on 19th December 2016 to 6th January 2017

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Time : 11:00 am - 7:00 pm Add to Calendar 19/12/2016 11:00 06/01/2017 19:00 Asia/Kolkata EXHIBITION "The Order of Things" A group art show Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2016/12/exhibition-order-of-things-group-art.html Art Explore, 23 Lakeside, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi DD/MM/YYYY

Entry : Free

Venue : Art Explore, 23 Lakeside, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi 
Venue Info : Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Green Park(Yellow Line) - Exit Gate - Gautam Nagar' Exit Gate 3
Area : Hauz Khas

Event Description : EXHIBITION "The Order of Things" A group art show

Curated by : Tribhuvan Deo

Art Explore have come up with its new exhibition titled “The Order of Things” where they will present works by abstract artists rooted from diverse genres under one roof. The exhibit will be limited to abstract form of art allowing spectators a door to world of imagination. The exhibition is curated by artist curator Tribhuvan Deo.

Abstraction, like its name, provides the viewer with the essence of an emotion or thought allowing them to interpret the work in their own way. This selection of works represents a microcosm of the different styles and expressions that exist in the realm of abstraction. It is of course not exhaustive but a rich variety of contemporary, modern expressions. There are seasoned artists like Bipin Kumar, Hukum Lal, Gopal Mehan and Vishal Joshi, who present the early decade of stylistic concerns and formal aspects of painting like colour, line and energy. And then there are mid-career artists, like Smita Kinkale, Abhijit Pathak, to younger names like Bahaar Dhawan Rohatgi and Sahaya Sharma, who are more concerned with experimenting with different mixed media and have an unconventional approach that includes using substances like latex, the blowtorch and various materials. 

All these artists are inspired by the materiality of society, converting it into something that is beyond its given function. These can be sensual, teasing or put you in a state of Zen.

These artists are informed by an ethos that corroborates with Indian philosophy, in which we find both that which is formless and that which has no form. The artists that I have chosen indicate the nature and journey of abstract art of the coming years. Each one of them has a unique voice and yet they coalesce to form an alternative voice, a niche that thinks of the future by pure virtue of being abstract.

About the Artists:

Abhijit Pathak is an emerging artist with a formidable arsenal of techniques that he employs with deftness. His career is poised for growth and in a short while he has established himself as a name in the art market.

Bahaar Dhawan Rohatgi is a totally spontaneous artist who is unafraid to experiment with materials like laser cut steel, latex and cements dust, besides the conventional paint. She is ambitious and has an ascending career graph ahead of her.

Bipin Kumar is a senior artist whose unique pastels are marked by lively, vibrant colours and a geometrical approach towards nature. His works are in several private and corporate collections and he is the recipient of several awards.

Gopal Mehan Gopal is a self taught artist, with a residency at Triveni Kala Sangam in 2011. His works are a non-figurative style of painting, characterized by a sea of vivid colours and textures, offset by black lines and squares. Having evolved from a figurative discipline, Mehan has humanity at the centre of his composition.

Hukum Lal is a Chattisgarh-based artist whose works captures the raw and vibrant quality of the earth and its flora. His energetic strokes are intended to convey the story of one’s emotions. His works are placed in leading collections across the country and collecting his work would add value to any art collection.

Sahaya Sharma is a young artist who is moved by life’s small moments. This work is inspired by the sudden blast of air that one experiences on the head while entering a shop. It aims to remind the viewer of mundane forces that may alter over lives.

Smita Kinkale is an experimental artist who creates paintings out of treated and recycled Polymer. Her unique works are busy with a profusion of colours, textures creating bursts of energy.

Vishal Joshi is a senior artist whose work is inspired by the spiral, a life form that resembles the flower of life, the intention being to transcend the earthly realm into a space of contemplation, through his deft and luminous paintings.

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EXHIBITION "The Order of Things" A group art show at Art Explore, 23 Lakeside, Hauz Khas Village > 11am-7pm on 19th December 2016 to 6th January 2017 EXHIBITION "The Order of Things" A group art show at Art Explore, 23 Lakeside, Hauz Khas Village > 11am-7pm on 19th December 2016 to 6th January 2017 Reviewed by DelhiEvents on Friday, January 06, 2017 Rating: 5

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