RITU Exhibition- Art Positive
Head
Venkat bothsa
Untited
Kisalay vora
Jump
Dimpy menon
To The Light
Dimpy menon
Manthan
Suraj kumar kashi
14 Years In Jungle
Suraj kumar kashi
Avid Collectors
Nayanaa kanodia
Senorita 2
Nayanaa kanodia
Jungle Siesta
Nayanaa kanodia
Tranquillity
Nayanaa kanodia
Feelings -I
Asit kumar patnaik
Feelings II
Asit kumar patnaik
Couple -I
Asit kumar patnaik
Spring 1
Nupur kundu
Spring 2
Nupur kundu
Spring 3
Nupur kundu
Steps of Generation
Shashi kumar paul
Yug Purush
Sanatan dinda
Prakriti Series
Shampa sircar das
Hansa I
Shampa sircar das
Desire 2
Shipra bhattacharya
Desire 2
Shipra bhattacharya
The Golden Flute
Shuvaprasanna
REDS
Sujata bajaj
Untited
Shobha broota
Grisma
Vinita karim
Vasanta
Vinita karim
God s Voice
Dimpy menon

RITU

Curator's Note

 

tu

The exhibition ‘tu’ intends to offer an experience of annual cycle of the year through the switch and change of the seasons. The artworks inspired through celebrations and festivals of each season also give an intimate taste of the concept of rta (the cosmic order, the value of the whole creation) in our everyday life. An exhibition of art works stirred by the various seasons of this sub-continent, a subtle, periodic occurrences of the natural world that marks the passing year. 

Right now, monsoon has hit India, and it is one of the most eagerly anticipated weather phenomena sustaining lives, transforming landscapes, and raising human spirits. As an integral feature of South Asian life, the rains have long been celebrated in various mythologies, rituals, communal observances, and poetic expressions.   The inspirational point of some of the works were drawn from such faiths, myths and anecdotes while some are deeply conscious of the various moods and emotions that each season carries. Whereas some of the works are an expansion of the artist’s ongoing exploration into the concepts of time and transition. Where some artists have drawn awareness to seasonal shifts in weather, temperature, light and natural phenomena, which are articulated through forms and colours.

The exhibition representing each season is like paying reverence to nature’s fleeting beauty and the passage of time. It can be read as a practice of acute awareness to time with subtle observations of nature. 


 

Farhad hussain

3 ARTWORKS

Nupur kundu

5 ARTWORKS

Sanatan dinda

6 ARTWORKS

Shipra bhattacharya

9 ARTWORKS

Shuvaprasanna

5 ARTWORKS

Venkat bothsa

10 ARTWORKS

Shobha broota

3 ARTWORKS

Shampa sircar das

41 ARTWORKS

Asit kumar patnaik

15 ARTWORKS

Dimpy menon

43 ARTWORKS

Sujata bajaj

3 ARTWORKS

Vinita karim

10 ARTWORKS

Suraj kumar kashi

12 ARTWORKS

Shashi kumar paul

9 ARTWORKS

Kisalay vora

2 ARTWORKS

Nayanaa kanodia

8 ARTWORKS

Bibhu nath

2 ARTWORKS

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