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Gallery G pays homage to the past and future of Indian art with ‘The Masters & The Modern’

From M.F. Husain to Prokash Karmakar, the collection shows the artistic brilliance of India.

Bengaluru-based Gallery G is unveiling ‘The Masters & The Modern: An Amalgamation of the Old & New World Classics,’ a distinguished exhibition that promises to be a visual journey through the rich tapestry of Indian art.

Gallery G exhibition

Running from February 26 to March 31, 2024, the gallery invites art enthusiasts to experience this exceptional showcase, which is a testament to the enduring legacy of Indian art, featuring works from luminaries such as V.S. Gaitonde, M.F. Husain, FN Souza, and Ganesh Pyne.

Highlights of the curated collection include works from Ram Kumar, Kalal Laxma Goud, K.G. Subramanyan, Badri Narayan, and more. A dedicated segment of the exhibition spotlights Bengal masters and modernists like Purna Chandra Chakraborty, Bijan Choudhury, Prokash Karmakar, Isha Mahammad, Rabin Dutta, Shyamal Mukherjee, and Chiitrovanu Mazumdar. The delicate, lyrical style with softer colors used by these artists offers a contrast to the bold and experimental techniques of the Bombay Progressives and artists who followed in their footsteps.

Gallery G exhibition

Curator of ‘The Masters & The Modern,’ Archana Shenoy, shared, “This exhibition is a homage to the enduring spirit of Indian art, celebrating its rich history and the continuous evolution that propels it into the future. It is a platform where the timeless works of our masters and the innovative explorations of modern artists converge, offering a narrative that is both reflective and forward-thinking.”

The exhibition featuring the amalgamation of timeless classics and contemporary brilliance at ‘The Masters & The Modern’ is a must-see, where art itself becomes a tribute to India’s artistic evolution.

Coordinates: 38 Maini Sadan, 7th Cross Lavelle Road, Bengaluru.

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