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Visitors and artists at Art Exhibition on 13th February 2010 at Kalyani Art Gallery, Bhamlada

From 13th to 20th February 2010 an exhibition of art works by Prabhinder Lall, art works of Prabal Pramanik and photography of Arup Chandra were held at Kalyani Art Gallery of Prabal Pramanik’s Academy of Arts at Bhamlada. Prabhinder Lall exhibited ink drawings, pencil drawings and acrylic paintings.
The drawings by Parbhinder Lall, an artist from Chandigarh, were from different phases of his artistic journey and signified his skill and emotional expressions at different stages of artistic maturity.
The acrylic paintings displayed were typical of the current style adopted by Prabhinder Lall. This style is influenced by architectural drawings and presentations. Both visual and isometric perspectives have been used in these paintings.
These artworks have bold colour compositions that is typical of Prabhinder Lall’s paintings.
Arup Chandra’s display of photography were of “people at work and rest”.
These black and white photographs were taken at Dhar block, at Calcutta and also at a village in 24 parganas, West Bengal. The photo compositions in monochrome are quite representative and capture impressions of the fleeting moment.
The pictures show common people who labour manually for their daily meals and have their own way of life. Many of the people who toil hard physically for their daily bread take naps inbetween their work, when then get the time to do so. Photographs of Rickshaw pullers, cycle van driver and an old man bathing at a streetside tap, revoke the memories of Calcutta and picturaize some impressions of the life style there.
The sheet metal worker at work and the dhaba at Dunera are glimpses of daily life near Bhamlada. The mood of the winter day when the quilt makers work as village children look on in a village in West Bengal is depicted with a soft touch in one of Arup Chandra’s monochrome photo presentations.
Prabal Pramanik’s Paper cuttings drew immense attention from the visitors.
Paper cutting art is greatly enjoyed by local rural people who were especially pleased with the mythological themes. Ustad Prabal Pramanik also gave live demonstrations of his paper cutting art to visitors.
The visitors enjoyed the movies produced by the Academy at the gallery too. Kalyani Art Gallery of Prabal Pramanik’s Academy of Arts is steadily building up a cultural consciouness amongst local ruralpeople. People who had little or no exposure to art now regularly visit art exhibitions at Kalyani Art Gallery.

 

 

 

 

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Artist Prabhinder Lall painting in the garden of Prabal Pramanik’s Academy of Arts, Bhamlada

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