The Sculpture Show 2016 | A Group Show

The Sculpture Show 2016 | A Group Show

10th August 2016 - 15th September 2016

Art Alive Gallery, S - 221 Panchsheel Park New Delhi - 110017View Works

Sakti Burman • Laxma Goud • KS Radhakrishnan • Paresh Maity • P R Daroz • S Nandagopal • Sujata Bajaj • Jayasri Burman • Dimpy Menon • Apurva Desai • Narayan Chandra • Nagesh Goud • Ashish Das • Subrata Paul • Shashi K Paul • Somnath Chakraborty

Art Alive Gallery brings together a collection of sculptures by 16 contemporary Indian artists. The exhibition will have a mix of all genres and includes works by eminent artists like Sakti Burman, Laxma Goud, K S Radhakrishnan, S Nandagopal, as well as contemporary works by Paresh Maity, Sujata Bajaj, Dimpy Menon, Jayasri Burman, Narayan Chandra, Apurva Desai. The exhibit will also have works of young artists Nagesh Goud, Shashi K Paul, Ashish Das, Subrata Paul giving the audience an opportunity to explore the sculptures by all genres.

Laxma Goud’s raw and the vivacious portrayal of men and women in bronze exude the rustic, albeit fascinating Indian ethos rather than stressing upon any specific individual identity.

Painter Jayasri Burman’s bronze sculptures are an extension of her paintings, her concern for women is evident in her paintings and sculptures. She desires to see her women content in partaking in the bounties of life.

Eminent artist Sakti Burman's journey to sculpting solid forms is a shift from his usual artistic expression - oil paintings with unique multi-coloured surface textures.The sculptures cast in bronze are figurative forms, depicting men and animals in various poses.

Young artist Narayan Sinha creation ‘Man, Machine & Nature’ inspires from nature and executed with man-made machine ‘horns’ to create a flower. He tries to show human relation with nature in all aspects of life.

Painter, metal worker and ceramist turned into a sculptor, Nandagopal magically transforms our strong traditional roots into a super-contemporary idiom that is uniquely his own. His figures mostly resemble deities from Hindu mythology, but his themes are very contemporary.

The show will have the sculptures in the medium of bronze, fiberglass, ceramic and wood.

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