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Emerging voices: Curatorial Perspectives, Fellowship exhibition 2024

CCA, Bikaner House, Pandara Road, India Gate, New Delhi

Emerging voices: Curatorial Perspectives, Fellowship exhibition 2024

CCA, Bikaner House, Pandara Road, India Gate, New Delhi

Artfairs

India Art Fair 2024

India Art Fair 2024
On view: 01 - 04 February 2024, New Delhi

Featured Works

Paintings
Untitled
Acrylic on Canvas
60 x 48 inches
Prabhu Harsoor

Prabhu Harsoor (1962) has been reflecting on forms that transpire between the abstract and the figurative and acquire a visual language that is particularly his own. He has several visualisations from his memories that have given his works a special treatment in the realm of the distorted from that of the concrete. Some of his abstractions are similar to a linguistic script and are deliberately engaging with the idea of the formation of a language. Very evocative of the famous Indian modernist Artist Vasudeo S. Gaitonde's works, Harsoor explores alphabets as he visualises them and, in the process, engages with the idea of the artistic practice of script-making and the lingering

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Paintings
Beneath the steel sky
Acrylic on photographic vinyl
48 x 54 inches
Pranay Dutta

My practice examines the complex relationship between our terrestrial species and landscapes; drawing from the tension between our exploitative, extractive processes, and the imaginations/fictions of care, mutation, survival, regeneration and ‘hope’. It departs from the spilling demands of our technological era that depend on further depleting the Earth’s natural resources and studies its vast implications on the future of our ecological systems. Deriving from scientific, infrastructural and climatic data and an archive of images created over the past 8 years, my practice employs the language/devices of science fiction and gaming worlds to coalesce geology, archaeology,

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Paintings
The day I realised I belong to you
Natural pigment, gouache, graphite, and Nepali handmade paper on Linen cloth
64 x 44 inches
Ekta Singha

Ekta Singha's practice delivers upon personal interpretation of layers of experiences woven with paraphernalia of design motifs, forms and elements derived from miniature paintings. Her interest in Mughal, Persian and Rajput miniature paintings allow her to develop an independent language that makes its entrance in a pictorial surface that is layered with metaphorical and personal references. The miniature visual elements help her to create the desired pictorial

Paintings
Kaali Ma
Acrylic on Canvas
48 x 30 inches
Madhvi Parekh

Madhvi Parekh is one of India’s most distinguished artists, having over five decades of art experience. Madhvi’s artworks depicts her childhood memories and fantasies. Her paintings are inspired by rural India, or Indian mythology but retains her own contemporary twist. Viewers witness several styles ranging from fauvism to divisionism to other similar neo-impressionism in her work. She even alludes to the religious Hindu mythological narratives while also attending to the folk-lores and folk-styles of art-making in India. While her artwork constantly explores the beauty of forms in nature, her art also extends itself to the idea of distorting them to see where that leads

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Paintings
Someone else’s memory/ A Day in the Afterlilfe
Oil on Canvas
48 x 72 inches
Divya Singh

Divya Singh's art  practice is primarily rooted in painting and explores themes such as isolation, experience, memory and mortality – emanating largely from a poetic engagement with Time. Mediums such as photography, writing, cinema and painting are at the center of her language as a practitioner and have featured as important categories of both work and interest. These varied elements come together within the work and can be seen most distinctly in the artist books made by her, as well as in found imagery which accompanies the paintings and other media during

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