Go Back To Artists Ravi is an innovative artist, steeped in both Dada and Surrealism, who mined his unconscious for imagery meant to provoke and sometimes mock social convention. He feels that the modern world is irrational; An idea that forms the basis for much of his work. He even created an alter ego called […]


Go Back To Artists Passion, above all else, rules this sculptor and architect, Neeraj Gupta. Inspired by the rich cultures of India and embracing his heritage, he creates sculptures that are strikingly simplistic. He transforms the conceptual and minimal approach to sculpture by adding lyricism and metaphor. He does not wish to present a prescriptive […]


Go Back To Artists Since the time Neeraj has begun painting his Horse series, it has proved to be the most recognizable part of his oeuvre. He happened upon the subject of the horse in his paintings, not with the greatest of intent, but instead through a process of intuition. He does not claim political […]


Go Back To Artists When a painter like Kashmiri Khosa approaches the canvas, he views this as a personal encounter, wherein the process of painting itself reveals the personality of the artist, and all the drama and emotion that comes with it. For him, painting is an existential exercise, a brutally honest form of self-expression. […]


Go Back To Artists Gopal Pardeshi is less concern with modernity in his works and more with surroundings and culture. Art to him is an anecdote of the spirit. His creations painted at different times throughout the day, has received critical acclaim from opinion-makers, buyers, and the public when exhibited at galleries. MORNING LIGHT Acrylic […]


Go Back To Artists C.D. Mistry is one of the most influential Indian Artists of the 21st Century. Mistry’s use of unmodulated colour, inventive figuration, and decorative patterns has helped redefine many of the formal tenets of painting. What he dreams of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity. his influence is profound […]


Go Back To Artists Surrealism suggested ways to describe the unconscious; and Cubism guides his understanding of picture space. As with many of Amrish’s paintings, he begins it with a linear framework of diluted black paint which in many areas soaked through the unprimed canvas. Over this he applies more skeins of paint in various […]


Go Back To Artists Different times require different images. Today when our aspirations have been reduced to a desperate attempt to escape from evil, and times are out of joint, our obsessive, subterranean and pictographic images are the expression of the neurosis which is our reality. To Aditya’s mind certain so-called abstraction is not abstraction […]