Welcome to Aakriti Talk Art—a virtual meeting ground for artists, art collectors, art enthusiasts, critics and connoisseurs.
The paintings of the eminent artist from Mumbai P.R.Narvekar, will be exhibited at Aakriti Art Gallery. His struggle to build up a form containing his own identity, exemplify how assimilation of tradition with universal values can find an aesthetic resurrection and uplift the local to the level of global. The uniqueness of such ‘form’ along with unveiling of the inner being of the artist enlightens a community-oriented identity that acts as a bridge between national and international ideals of beauty, transforms the local into global. This is what the great artists of the world from Matisse to Modigliani, from Abanindranath Tagore to Jamini Roy did and thus enlightens the human civilization by unfolding its inner essence. Narvekar’s art has a similar lineage of…Continue
Posted by Aakriti Talk Art on October 22, 2013 at 5:14pm
When the monsoons is finally set to bade bye-bye to the City of Joy and autumn starts spreading its brighter patches of clouds in a romantic hide and seek game with the sun and there is a festive mood and fragrance in the air; we all know that strokes of colour, moulds of sculptures and some innovative digital/new age art creations are also set to be showcased because it is the same time of the year to celebrate the Gen Next. Well, Gen Next doesn’t need any more introduction or explanation by now, but of course what is novel and noble in this edition is a matter to be intrigued with and a matter we all are eagerly waiting to get unveiled and come on the board.
The initial conception of Gen Next was done to promote artists below forty that almost revolutionized the entire…Continue
"Art is something you buy because you are financially solvent enough to give yourself the pleasure of living with great works rather than having to see them in the museums."
"Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures."
Aakriti Art Gallery presents a variety of paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures in the range of Rs 500 to Rs 1,00,000. Works on display range from Seniors to upcoming like Akbar Padamsee, Akhil Chandra Das, Amitava Dhar, Bijan Choudhury, Dipak Kundu, Gobardhan Ash, Jogen Chowdhury, Subrata Biswas, Kartick Ch Pyne, Manoj Dutta, Mithun Dasgupta, Prakash Karmakar, Shankar Ghosh, Somnath Hore,…
Posted by Swarupa Nath Sarkar on August 24, 2013 at 6:58pm
Amitava Dhar and Sunil De are among those celebrated artists in the contemporary Indian art scenario whose works can be marked as confluence of discourses that speak of both the eternal and the peripheral. Also their works bear the synergy of socio-cultural ethos and the dynamics of the changing societal space and above all the state of being of an individual as a part of it. Though abstraction seems to be predominantly the forte of both the artists, yet the fortitude of their works is determined by the intense emoting synergy of time, beauty, agony, demise, love, loss, spirituality, angst, pain and…Continue
Posted by Swarupa Nath Sarkar on August 10, 2013 at 6:33pm
Manifestations of the Mystique
6th May to 31st May , 2013
The present show revisits a historical moment in art history with the works of four great acclaimed Masters of Indian art: Nandalal Bose, Jamini Roy, Gopal Ghosh, and Gobardhan Ash and also makes an attempt to question a number of just stated such ‘little tested assumptions’ at a time when more mass culture has spawned its spurious harmonies. As debased modernism retreats more and more into deviance and dissonance, Aakriti Art Gallery feels…Continue
Posted by SRINIA CHOWDHURY on April 27, 2013 at 2:40pm
Posted by SRINIA CHOWDHURY on April 25, 2013 at 1:13pm
Aakriti Gallery is pleased to inform that the latest issue of ART india is now in the artshop. This issue of art
India talks about curating art and its various issues and possibilities. Its a must read for everyone related to art as times are changing so is the the style of curating.
Hurry get your issue before stocks finish!!
Posted by SRINIA CHOWDHURY on March 22, 2013 at 11:56am
Celebrating an extraordinary sixty years of innovation, creation and colourful expression. Samir Mondal, who turned 60 in Mach 2012, concludes the series of celebrations of this occasion by creating another special show of watercolours – ‘EMANATION’
Paintings done in his masterly, inimitable style with watercolours on archival Arches paper. Watercolours that dance and flow to his tune. Watercolours showing fluidity, a transparency yet richness that no other artist can match.
In keeping with the celebratory occasion, all the paintings are still lives with a floral theme. Flowers are greetings of love and life.
Samir’s styles of Still Life paintings have evolved hugely over these sixty years. From the early, formal, stilted style of the British school of painting to the…Continue
Posted by SRINIA CHOWDHURY on March 18, 2013 at 1:00pm
Welcome to the world of Aakriti Art Gallery—a virtual meeting ground for artists, art collectors, art enthusiasts, critics and connoisseurs from around the world. 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.Its has a separate wing adjoining the primary gallery space,a permanent gallery for showcasing sculptures exclusively. Aakriti Art Gallery was founded with a very specific intention. Despite the fact that the Gallery has a sizeable collection of historical masters, it is on international modern and contemporary art that it truly stresses upon. The vision is to break all geographical boundaries, collecting and curating works from all around the world. This vision of Aakriti Art Gallery has also given rise to GenNext series —the annual exhibition of contemporary artists from across the globe. Since its inception, Aakriti has held this exhibition every year. Young artists from Europe, Asia, North and South America have been enthusiastically converging with their works at this show which is held every year from October 1 to 15 in Kolkata, India.
This is a forum to reach out to anybody interested in art—be it painting, sculpture, print making, creative photography,video art,conceptual art, new media or antiques,collectibles,films,furniture and music. This is a space not only for the practitioners of different forms of art, but also collectors, connoisseurs and critics. And in this space you have a wide choice—of exchanging notes, holding debates, checking out the works in Aakriti's collection and even buying them from our website if you so fancy. Going beyond the limit of a physical exhibition, a geographical boundary and being in touch—that is the main aim of this forum. This forum will also notify members of upcoming events at Aakriti, while at the same time acting as a virtual exhibition arena to showcase works by members across the world.
Members may upload images of artworks they create/own/enjoy in order to share with other members,chat with fellow art lovers,hold debates on art,exchange notes,post blogs,create groups,share information ,update members with art happenings around the world,upload video's,invite friends,add events,etc.
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