Kamar Alam

Born in 1979, Kamar Alam did his BFA in painting from College of Art in Delhi followed by MFA from Lalit Kala Sansthan, Agra. Known for his distinct portrayal of human forms, his work brings forth the emotions hidden beneath the surface laying bare one perception and fears or dreams of life. There is a cool serenity that pervades his compositions as his protagonists appear to look inwards rather than outward. The figuration juxtaposed with a smearing of neutral elements at times and geometric shapes at others, makes engaging art. Winner of AIFACS Award for Best Painting he has two solo shows to his credit and his work has been exhibited in many Patek Philippe replica group exhibitions held in different parts of the country and abroad including at Dubai. The artist lives in Delhi. Replique Rolex.

Suryakant Lokhande

Suryakant Lokhande is a multi-award winning artist and sculptor whose works are seen in the homes of Indian and international art collectors.

Suryakant enjoys the entire process of painting or sculpting. “For me it is a purposeless search for the unknown where I am creating a fictional character and at times reconfirm the absurdity of the unreal world, which at times, makes us aware of ourselves.”

Considered one of the most remarkable young Indian artists, Suryakant was selected for the Charles Wallace India Trust scholarship awarded by the British Council for his outstanding work in 1997. He won best entry of the year by Dr. Jane Goodall Institute, Germany in 2001 and he was also awarded and granted scholarship from The Pollock Krasner Foundation, New York in 2003. Many are not aware that he is also a talented filmmaker and he won best entry of the year for Asian artists category for his film ” Kids are Alright”, at Shanghai Museum in 2007. Suryakant was also awarded the Best Artist Maharashtra State Art Award from Vilasrao Deshmukh in 2008 and Bombay Art Society’s Governor award from P. Alexander in 2009. He has also participated in prominent international art camps, group shows and charity events.

Shuvaprasanna Bhattacharya

Shuvaprasanna graduated from Indian College of Art (R.B. University Calcutta) in 1969. He has had many solo and group shows in India and abroad. He has participated in many workshops and also been awarded by Birla Academy, Calcutta and the State Lalit Kala Academy, West Bengal. The artist has seven publications to his credit. Collections of his work can been seen at the National museums, private collections in India and abroad.The themes of Shuvaprassana’s paintings come from his personal interactions with the urban milieu of the city of Kolkatta – its sickness and sordidness, its violence and vulnerability and all that compounds its existential agony. Shuvaprasanna’s series of paintings, Icons and Illusions, marks a creative breakthrough for the artist. Whereas he had been known in the past as an urban artist with subject matter that reflected the byways, alleyways, birds, and people of his native city, in Icons and Illusions, he relished more in gods and flowers.

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