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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

The Bridging Culture and Arts Foundation is Hosting an Exhibition Titled Echoes Of The Earth

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Internationally recognised art curator Reena Dewan organised the exhibition "Echoes of the Earth," which features the striking creations of five extraordinary artists: Pradosh Paul, Soumen Khamrui, Chandan Debnath, Ratna Bardhan, and Shubhankar Chakraborty. The exhibition at Bridging Culture and Arts Foundation (B-CAF) in Regent Estate will open on June 12, 2024, and run through June 27, 2024, every day from 4 to 8 p.m. (Mondays closed). The artwork of artists Pradosh Paul, Soumen Khamrui, Chandan Debnath, Ratna Bardhan, and Shubhankar Chakraborty is on display in this group exhibition, which explores the various ways in which nature can be interpreted and portrayed. Because each artist in "Echoes of the Earth" works with nature differently, the result is a rich and varied visual discourse. Together, these pieces create a complex picture of the world that ranges from the grandeur of expansive landscapes to the intricacies of

natural forms, from thoughtful meditations on environmental degradation to exultations over the resiliency of nature. Prakriti, or nature, has always been an omnipresent, omnipotent force that is greater than all other beings and a source of inspiration and life. It has served as an enduring muse for innumerable artists, encouraging them to capture its essence, consider its mysteries, and consider its profound influence on human existence. The discussion of how humans interact with nature is both ageless and intricate. The dialogue in 'ECHOES OF THE EARTH' is interpreted through the unique viewpoints of five exceptional artists, all of whom delve into their connections with nature, weaving a tapestry of viewpoints that both celebrate and critically examine their modern relationship with it. Curator Reena Dewan stated that she deliberately chose artists for this exhibition who work in a variety of media, with a range of perspectives, and across age groups. Prakriti has a deep relationship with all living things, so it was fascinating to see it from the various perspectives of these incredible artists. Two of the artists in the show are relatively young and are experimenting with new mediums and forms, while three of the artists are seniors. A further development in B-CAF's dedication to showcasing independent artists is this exhibition.

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