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7 artists at Osmosis show at Museum Gallery

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The Osmosis Gallery is presenting an exhibition with seven artists who have different styles, perceptions and art language. The exhibition, “Amongst the others” is at the Museum Gallery. Some of the larger paintings at the show are exceedingly attractive.

Sachin Karne is a Pune based artists wants the artists to be free, not confined within self-imposed limits. His works – either oils or watercolours – reflect his concerns. “why should I be involved with questions like whether I should do figurative or non-figurative paintings? Is it necessary to choose?”

Today, he does abstract works. They deal with the powerful undercurrent that governs a man’s world. In his use of colours and symbols, that serve more than icons, you can imagine a human who refuses to be cowed down by terror.

Arunashu Choudhary, born in Bengal, has spent most of his life in Baroda. His work is a reaction to violence. In Baroda, he found the rickshaw, a common mode of transport as a silent witness to urban atrocity. Other everyday objects like the barber’s chair or a rocking chair – play protagonists in the paintings which teem with narratives but are unable to spark. About his art, he says: “By juxtaposing several images, creating movement and a haze of memories, I have tried to animate the jumble of life, the fast pace and imposition of material things on my recent work.”

Heeral Trivedi’s desire to bring herself closer to the picture, motivated her to use the human form. The ordinary woman working at a sewing machine, assumed a new status as a seamstress. She no longer remained a nobody but assumed the status of a breadwinner who has also has more meaning in life then what appears to the onlooker. Works like the Cotton Pickers and the Masala grinder are self explanatory exhibits the artist’s acceptance of their existence and the truth of their reality. By drawing on simple images, Heeral underlines the essence of the notion of the home and that of the homemaker.
While the artist lives and works in Baroda, she has had several shows in the country as well as abroad.

Raiba Lochan Pani has two splendid large paintings at the show. There is elaborate work there. Apart from any meaning they have they are visually highly fascinating. He was in Shantiniketan and he has also studied at J.J. School in Mumbai.

The exhibition will go on till Sept. 19.

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