SUBSTRATA | Layers of the Past

S U B S T R A T A
Layers of the Past

Curated by Monica Jain
On view 16th Dec -18th Jan

Exploring abstraction through layers of the past, this show draws an analogy between the layers of paint on a canvas with the sediments of time that makes up our earth. The final surface built up over time is what we see, whether its the surface of the canvas or the surface on which we walk on today. Not restricted to ‘abstract’ forms, the show will explore art interpreted as a process of growth or progression over time.
 
Art or a work of art represents a phenomena, a change over time such that the starting point cannot be seen or is unrecognisable even. Like the rims of time in the cross section of a tree trunk or the development of coral, each affected by the natural environment, this show will explore how the sensitivity of an artist to his surroundings is integral to the final form.
 
Participating Artist:
1. Aditi Aggarwal
2. Akhilesh
3. Bhaktibhusan De
4. Charanjeet Singh
5. Deepak Tandon
6. Joydip Sengupta
7. Krishnal Fulwala
8. Manish Pushkale
9. Pallav Chander
10. Pankaj Guru
11. Pankaj Vishwakarma
12. Pradeep Puthoor 
13. Ramkumar Kannadasan
14. Sahaya Sharma
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The Decorative Wounds
Acrylic and sequins on plywood 
12 x 4 x 14 inches
SAHAYA SHARMA
Multitude 4
Acrylic on Canvas 
60 x 48 inches
ADITI AGGARWAL
Untitled
Acrylic on Canvas 
40 x 60 inches
DEEPAK TANDON
Flowering
Enamel on acrylic sheet
22 x 30 inches
PANKAJ VISHWAKARMA
Untitled
Acrylic on Canvas 
40 x 40 inches
AKHILESH
The Dream
Mixed Media on Paper 
17.5 x 15 inches
JOYDIP SENGUPTA
Soul Searching
Stoneware 
8 x 4.5 x 10.5 inches
SRINIA CHOWDHURY
Untitled
Acrylic on Canvas
45 x 43 inches
PRADEEP PUTHOOR
Untitled- VI
Mixed Media on Paper 
27 x 38 inches
KRISHNAL FULWALA
Vowel of Color & Island of Noun-XI
Acrylic on Canvas 
60 x 36 inches
MANISH PUSHKALE
He Became a Machine
Bronze, Brass, Steel and Copper
36 x 24 x 12 inches
CHARANJEET SINGH
Therapeutic Code - I
Acrylic On Canvas 
28 x 35 inches
PALLAV CHANDER
Destruction of Nature
Bronze, Brass, Steel and Copper
36 x 24 x 12 inches
BHAKTIBHUSAN DE