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"Agony and Ecstasy"
2007-04-07 until 2007-04-17
Aakriti Art Gallery
Agony and Ecstasy at the Aakriti Art Gallery will predominantly showcase figurative works of some of the distinguished artists as well as emerging painters of India. Some of the artists from this selected group had exhibited at Aakriti Gallery before, and were hugely appreciated. This time too, the show is expected to generate huge response among art lovers. Artists to participate in this show are: Aditya Basak, Ashoke Mullick, Asit Mondal,Chattarpati Dutta, Kanchan Dasgupta, Manoj Dutta, Paresh Maity, Partha Pratim Deb, Prasenjit Sengupta, Sekhar Roy, Sheikh Shahjahan and Tapas Konar. Aakriti Art Gallery promotes their artists with a Gallery Portfolio at absolutearts.com.
Aakriti Art Gallery is one of the most vibrantly active venues of art in Kolkata, India. Its exhibits range from works of artists who are groundbreaking contemporary visionaries, young upcoming talents or historical masters. Founded in 2005, the Gallery has today more than 1000 works in its collection which are put on display by rotation. Its new wing adjoining the primary gallery space, now has a permanent gallery for showcasing sculptures exclusively.
One of the core activities of Aakriti, which is pursued at tandem with its regular programme, is promotion of young and upcoming talents. Providing them a platform to launch their artistic careers, stock their works and even buy the work outright that shows promise and creative uniqueness motivates us as much as exhibiting for famous personalities from the art world.
Aakriti believes in representing a broad spectrum of visual language, style and concepts for reaching out to arts community and beyond.
It has always been Aarkriti's endeavour to increase awareness, understanding and appreciation of art forms among general public.
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Exhibition info at absolutearts.com
Partha Pratim Deb
Title: "The Followers" , 2007
Size: 22 x 30 inches (width x height)
Medium: Ink Drawing
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