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EXHIBITION 'Eyes say it all' by Dipak Kumar Ghosh > 3rd to 8th February 2018

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Venue : Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), 1, Central Vista (CV) Mess, Janpath
Portrait Artworks Dipak Kumar Ghosh
Portrait Artworks by Dipak Kumar Ghosh
Time : 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm (except Mondays and Public Holidays)  Add to Calendar 03/02/2018 12:00 08/02/2018 19:00 Asia/Kolkata EXHIBITION 'Eyes say it all' by Dipak Kumar Ghosh Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2018/01/exhibition-eyes-dipak-kumar-ghosh-portrait-artworks-ignca.html Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), 1, Central Vista (CV) Mess, Janpath, New Delhi-110001 DD/MM/YYYY - Exhibition on View

Entry : Free 

Venue : Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), 1, Central Vista (CV) Mess, Janpath, New Delhi-110001
Landmark : Opp. National Archives, adjoining India Gate Lawns
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Metro : Nearest Metro Station - 'Central Sectt.' (Yellow Line and Violet Line)

Event Description : EXHIBITION 'Eyes say it all' by Dipak Kumar Ghosh

TOTAL ART WORKS ON  DISPLAY:: 60 Works on display

MEDIUM:: Charcoal, Acrylic & Water Colour

The current exhibition of the artist Dipak Kumar Ghosh will be featuring the fascinating portraits made by artist. Portraits, that reflect  the different faces and phases of life. People’s emotions and expressions has affected the artist at a great extent and has lead his focus especially to their eyes as they convey a certain intimacy, a history that nothing else can hold. His experience and expertise is not limited to portraits alone, however; his entire body of work contains a plethora of different subjects.

"The artist believe that the eyes are the reflection of the soul. Even in the briefest moments, they can speak volumes" - says Dipak Kumar Ghosh

The artist is heavily inspired by the eyes, he made the portraits of  piercing eyes of famous personalities like  Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, Albert Einstein, Caring eyes of the Mother, Sri Ramakrishna, Mother Teresa, A.P.J Abdul Kalam and more which are always attractive and seeks all the attention. 

The Theme "Eyes" have been encircled by many pairs of eyes that reflect various facets of a person, from exuberance to a simple smile, from a profound grief to a mellowed agony, from being exhausted to boredom.His entire work contains a plethora of different subjects.

Dipak turned towards pencil and charcoal full time to be able to portray the world through the eyes of those he came across, he also works with other tools such as acrylics, paint and oil pastels. He also keeps a check with technology and upgrade his art digitally. He focuses on making his art more palatable and accessible to everyone. Due to his advertising background he has to explore all mediums and formats of art. In this exhibition roughly 60 portraits are going to be exhibited with the range of sizes (18” x 24” to 6’ x 4’).

Talking about his experience artist says, "Every stroke in every work of art is important to the bigger picture and the time and effort that I’ve invested in each and every portrait and sketch and painting of mine makes all of them special to me." he even shared one of his wonderful experience while portraying the sketches of  Osho and Sri Aurobindo, he said," there was a power cut which somehow led to complete darkness in my studio. This is when I noticed the eyes that stared back at me and I could almost feel their presence in the room. The experience was otherworldly and gave me a great sense of satisfaction."

Artist Dipak Kumar Ghosh is also into social work he noticed that our society needs a change and feels that the next generation has a big part in bringing about this change and he looks at the youth as his paintbrush and the future as his canvas and with them he wish to create a better future.

To experience the depth, thoughtfulness, and artistic excellence of his work, visit his exhibition that will be held at the Indira Gandhi Art Gallery between February 3 to February 8, 2018

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EXHIBITION 'Eyes say it all' by Dipak Kumar Ghosh > 3rd to 8th February 2018 EXHIBITION 'Eyes say it all' by Dipak Kumar Ghosh > 3rd to 8th February 2018 Reviewed by Rohit Malik on Thursday, February 08, 2018 Rating: 5

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