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Art Incept Portfolio


India

3 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Delhi

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Works by Art Incept portfolio

Incept Portfolio - Set 3

2022

20.32 x 27.94cm

137,50 €

Incept Portfolio - Set 2

2022

20.32 x 27.94cm

137,50 €

Incept Portfolio - Set 1

2022

20.32 x 27.94cm

137,50 €

FEATURED ARTISTS:

- ABHISHEK DODIYA:
Abhishek has studied sculpture and teaching from the College of Fine Arts Ahmedabad. He then went to do a PDVA from MSU Baroda. The process of dismantling, reconstruction and recreating from around you plays an important role in his work. Abhishek likes to use materials from a construction site like metal scrape, scrape materials and cement. Abhishek would like to invite people to experience and revisit events through his work. We can clearly see influences from his home town Bhavnagar – the city of ship breaking! Abhishek lives and works out of Ahmedabad

- CYRUS:
Jaganmohan Penuganti (a.k.a Cyrus) born on 26th July 1988 in Srungavarapukota (S Kota) completed his B.F.A. (Sculpture) from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam 2011. and M.F.A. (Sculpture) in College of Art, Delhi 2019. His work has been awarded by All India Fine Art and Craft Society, New Delhi, South Central Zone Cultural Centre, Nagpur, New Delhi Municipal Council, Bombay Art Society Mumbai, Prafulla Dhanukar Art Foundation, Mumbai. His work has been selected by Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, South Central Zone Cultural Centre, Nagpur, State Lalit Kala Akademi, Odisha, Lalit Kala Akademi, U.P. Lalit Kala Akademi and Bangalore Lalit Kala Akademi. He has also gotten National Scholarship by the Ministry of Culture, Human Resources Development Government of India and junior fellowship. He has participated in National Sculpture workshop organized by Shilparamam Arts, crafts & cultural society, Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh); National Sculpture Camp Organized by Shilparamam Arts, Crafts & Cultural Society, Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh); National Sculpture Camp at Urusvati Art & Habitat Centre, Gurgaon (Delhi); National Sculpture Camp Organized by South Central Zone (Nagpur). He has also participated in many group shows, ‘ESSENCE OF EXISTENCE’

- SANTANU DEY:
Born in 1981 Kolkata, India, Santanu Dey studied sculpture at the Government College of Art & Craft, in Kolkata followed by a Masters at the University of Baroda. Environmental issues that face us his a huge concern to the artist and he hope to communicate this through his work. The unscrupulous use of natural resources, the impact of consumerism and the mindless exploiting of resources for minor comforts. Santanu’s work focuses on the constant construction, [de]construction and [re]-construction of the environment and the ever changing negotiations in the urban structure. Santanu has participated in numerous shows and residencies across the country. He has also won several awards and scholarships. He currently lives and works in New Delhi.

- KUMAR MISAL:
Born in a farming family near Kolhapur, Kumar is inspired by his love for nature. He strongly believes that we need to remain close to our roots and build a more nurturing relationship with nature. Papermaking, drawing and printmaking are all ways in which he expresses his thoughts. What is fascinating is when working in his village he makes his own paper – the paper plays such an important role in his work. Kumar’s paper is made from plant waste from his fields – banana, marigold flowers, corn fibre, sugarcane, bougainvillea flowers - each texture unique and authentic. Kumar believes the soul of India is in the countryside!

- SAVITHA RAVI:
Under graduation: 2013-2017 : Maharaja Sayajirao University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Vadodara, Gujarat, India Major in Painting with a Minor in Graphics. Post-graduation: Maharaja Sayajirao University, Faculty of Fine Arts,Vadodara, Gujarat, India, Major in Graphic Arts.

- VISWANATH KUTTUM:
Born in the Andaman & Nicobar islands, Vishwanath Kuttum did a BFA in painting from Gwalior and then went on to do his Masters in Painting from the College of Art, New Delhi. An artist to watch he recently awarded the prestigious grant from the Elizabeth GreenShields Foundation in 2020. He even received the Khoj Support Grant-2020. Kuttum's work is inspired by the simple life and customs at his home - the Andamans. While the subject in his works are tribal, the style and technique is very contemporary. Kuttum's process requires immense skill. His medium too is unique and interesting, one that he makes himself – with paraffin and bee wax, double boiled linseed oil, resin, zinc white and natural colour powder. The artist now works and lives in New Delhi