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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

Three Enthralling Exhibitions for Art Lovers to Be Hosted by Emami Art

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Three simultaneous solo exhibitions with a diverse range of artistic mediums and provocative themes are being held at Emami Art. Since each artist has three distinct backgrounds and art schools, their outputs are naturally diverse. The preview and walkthrough with artists, scheduled for Friday, June 28, 2024, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Emami Art (Ground Floor of Kolkata Centre for Creativity), is sure to enthral art enthusiasts and the general public alike. The exhibitions will all be available through August 20, 2024. Three art exhibitions are on display: "Pensive Moons" by Bholanath Rudra uses moonlit landscapes to explore identity, imagination, and history, with a focus on violence and societal challenges. "The Salts of Many Seas" by Ali Akbar uses paintings, photographs, and more to explore memory, identity, history, and current social and

political issues. "Dawn to Dusk: A Silent Symphony" by Ujjal Dey uses textiles and paper to explore the domestic labour of women through the lens of time, nature, and tradition. Richa Agarwal, CEO of Emami Art stated that By the end of June, they will open three solo exhibitions featuring their represented artists, Ujjal Dey, Ali Akbar PN, and Bholanath Rudra. These three modern artists are represented by them with pride, and they are presenting their most recent works, each of which has a unique style, method, and medium. Rudra's expansive watercolour paintings portray the moonlit landscapes where harsh reality is articulated poetically, inspiring empathy. Meanwhile, Ali Akbar's critical works, which include paintings and videos, address issues related to migration and memory, trade and the sea, and the translocation of cultural forms and motifs. Aside from them, the materially and deeply ingrained culture of Dey's textiles is intimately linked to matriarchal labour. His work is more rigorous because of its regional ties and ritualistic overtones.

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