Pigment colour, leather bandage and nepali handmade on cloth pasted canvas
Dimensions: 102cm (H) x 102cm (W) / 40.2" (H) x 40.2" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This is also a landscape base painting. The artist has divided the painting horizontally to replicate a city that will soon go under a dark shadow and a polluted water source.
Based in: India
Abhijit Das is an Indian abstract artist whose love for snow-capped mountains, passes, glaciers, rocky terrains, colourful landscapes, valleys and highways inspires his art practice. He is a passionate mountain trekker who pours out what he captures on the slopes on to his canvas.
His earlier works were small compositions of water colour on paper with nature and daily life as subjects. As his practice and thought process matured, his subject selection and style evolved to abstracts. The works of Mark Rothko, Vincent van Gogh, Jackson pollock, Ganesh Haloi, Jyoti Bhatt, Salvador Dali and M.N. Tallur inspired him to explore further.
Abhijit works on the foundation that illusion always stays ahead of reality, even in practical life. Illusion changes reality into a new discovery with a different perspective. This kind of discovery that illusion creates always gets reflected in his artworks. His effort is not to present a concrete thought to the viewers. He strongly believes that the viewers may comfortably accept any art when they feel that they are a part of it.
A group Exhibition RAVANA, in 2014 at Kolkata (Academy Of Fine Arts)
A group Exhibition, in 2015 at Gallery Chemould, Kolkata
A group Exhibition Mahabharata, in 2017 at Academy Of Fine Arts, Kolkata
A group Exhibition, in 2017 at Lalit kala Academy, New Delhi.
A group Exhibition, “Signature in space” in Gallery Hastakshar, Kolkata airport, 2018
A group Exhibition, in 2019 at Kolkata (Academy Of Fine Arts)
A group Exhibition, in 2020 at Kolkata (Academy Of Fine Arts)
Annual Exhibition of Birla Academy of art and culture, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021
Annual Exhibition of Academy of fine art, Kolkata 2016
Annual Exhibition of Emami Chisel Art, 2017.
Annual Exhibition of Academy of fine art, Kolkata 2018-19, 2019-20
National Exhibition of art, Lalit Kala Academy, 2019
Prafulla Dhanukar Art foundation Kolkata city award for New Media, 2019
AIFACS award for painting, 2019
Sarala-Basant Kumar Birla Award (Shared) in Painting by Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata, 2021.
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