A unique and unprecedented event is going to be held in the City of Joy, Kolkata, which will host the reverence of art and aesthetics and its ever-evolving dynamics in the context of today’s world but with a difference. Yes! It’s not just another exhibition, or an art workshop, or an event of bidding and auction… but it is a day of union and celebration,…Continue
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Aakriti Art Gallery is seeking a full-time gallery assistant for their Delhi unit (Opening shortly).
The gallery is looking for a professional and reliable individual who demonstrates an interest in contemporary art. Priority will be given to applicants with past experience in a gallery or other art setting. Primary responsibilities…Continue
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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…Continue
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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…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."
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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…Continue
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Manifestations of the Mystique
6th May to 31st May , 2013
The present show revisits a historical moment in art history with…Continue
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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…Continue
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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.…Continue
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A new issue of ART AND DEAL for the month of MARCH 2013 has arrived in the Aakriti Art Shop for sale. this time art and deal discusses the folk and tribal art in contemporary platforms in detail. this issue is for keeps. I have got my copy. have you got yours?? Buy before stocks go NIL...
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Aakriti Art Gallery presents the works of Hari Krishna Bag and Loka Nithi Bag. They are going to exhibit their volume of works at a joint-show . Loka's are a pleasure to the eyes as her imagery penetrates right to the heart and offers a soulful experience. While, Hare's paintings, and prints alike, provide food for thought to the viewers with its hints of socio-political affairs.
Added by Abhishek Mondal on March 5, 2013 at 8:02pm — No Comments
Time is a companion that goes with us on a journey.
Witness the passage of time, through an artistic presentation of refined collectables at Legacy- a storehouse of collector’s dream, collecting and selling…Continue
Added by Abhishek Mondal on February 23, 2013 at 12:17pm — No Comments
"For life is too short/For life is too long/Pray us to sit still/And not to sit still" (T.S.Eliot).
Aakriti Art Gallery presents an exhibition of nine contemporary artists from Kolkata. Realistic, abstract realistic, abstract expressionistic and sometimes existentialist-these varied genres comprise this entire show. But the importance of the show lies in each artist manifesting his own set of…Continue
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Aakriti Art Gallery is seeking a full-time gallery assistant. The gallery is looking for a professional and reliable individual who demonstrates an interest in contemporary art. Priority will be given to applicants with past experience in a gallery or other art setting. Primary responsibilities will include monitoring and maintaining our website, artist database and social media presence. Administrative responsibilities will include greeting clients, answering visitor questions…Continue
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The practice of arts in Bengal exists within a spiritual past, a history of place. To the present generation of artists, the medieval texts and icons and colonial heritage are living reminders of their cultural past, a conditional presence within collective awareness. Chandraketugarh, Pala and Sena sculptures, mythological texts, early Krishna Lila paintings and the Company School Engravings or aquarelles are more than familiar motifs. Such time absorbed sites…Continue
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The practice of arts in Bengal exists within a spiritual past, a history of place. To the present generation of artists, the medieval texts and icons and colonial heritage are living reminders of their cultural past, a conditional presence within collective awareness. Chandraketugarh, Pala and Sena sculptures, mythological texts, early Krishna Lila paintings and the Company School Engravings or aquarelles are more than familiar motifs. Such time absorbed…Continue
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