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@dagmodern 's new retrospective, 'Madhvi Parekh - the curious seeker' opened this week. Don't forget to visit the show which is on view till 30th November.
Image: Madhvi Parekh, Untitled, 2007, Reverse painting on acrylic sheet.
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#southasianart #MadhviParekh #dagmodern #artistsoftheworld

Art Dubai Modern 2017 | Catch the “GROUP 1890- India’s Indigenous Modern’ group exhibit at @dagmodern NYC before 30 September, featuring art works by #JeramPatel, # ReddappaNaidu, #EricBowen, #JyotiBhatt and more.
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Images:
1) ‘Untitled’, 1972, by Reddapa Naidu
2) ‘Beginning of the Journey’, 1978, by Jyoti Bhatt
3) ‘Untitled’, 1960s, by Jeram Patel
4) ‘Untitled’ (Bird, Tree and Mountain Series) 1972, by J. Swaminathan
5) ‘Untitled’ 1972-1975, by Ambadas
All images courtesy of @dagmodern

Masterpieces of Modern Indian Art, The Ramp.
#ksradhakrishnan #dagmodern #indiaartfair2017

Had the pleasure of experiencing Madhvi Parekh in her element at her studio. Delighted to be associated with her for her solo show, #thecuriousseeker at @dagmodern.
#retrospective #modernist #dagmodern @vtygirl @ujjalabgupta

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Credits : S K Bakre

Stop by BoConcept’s Design Week to witness the best in art, lighting and furniture today @boconceptin's flagship store in Sultanpur, New Delhi.
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The Danish retail furniture chain is collaborating with Klove Studio, DAG Modern and Bang & Olufsen for a home interior products showcase that will be on until July 30.

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Featured here: Klove Studio's dazzling light installation, Artichoke.
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Raise a toast to urban living space. Link in bio.

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Dear Friends , Please don’t miss.... Opening soon —�A treasure from Dhoomimal Dharamdas Collection ... opening soon .#gallery #artist #artgallery #modern #Modernism #india #indianmodernart #indianmodern #dagmodern

#IndianArt in #Manchester
Victor Musgrave ran the experimental Gallery One space where South Asia’s most eminent modernists artists were exhibited.
Amongst the most important exhibitions held was Seven Indian Painters in Europe (1958) which received critical acclaim and introduced Indian artists to the British market.
The current exhibition at the Whitworth Museum reflects the pioneering efforts of Musgrave across the decade to introduce South Asian Modernists. Drawing exclusively on works from the 1953-63 period and capturing the creative atmosphere of the time.
The exhibition includes works by S H Raza, Akbar Padamsee, Tyeb Mehta, Paritosh Sen, Avinash Chandra, Anwar Jalal Shemza, Francis Newton Souza, Ram Kumar, Laxman Pai, M F Husain and Mohan Samant.
Photo Credit: Sadia
#dagmodern #art #artgallery @whitworth #indianart #manchester #indiamodern #recognition #global #awareness #artistic #instalike #instagood #artsy #ramkumar #photooftheday #candid

#IndianArt in #Manchester
The current exhibition at the Whitworth Museum reflects the pioneering efforts of gallerists Victor Musgrave across the decade to introduce South Asian Modernists. Drawing exclusively on works from the 1953-63 period and capturing the creative atmosphere of the time.
The exhibition includes works by S H Raza, Akbar Padamsee, Tyeb Mehta, Paritosh Sen, Avinash Chandra, Anwar Jalal Shemza, Francis Newton Souza, Ram Kumar, Laxman Pai, M F Husain and Mohan Samant.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery @whitworth #indianart #manchester #indiamodern #recognition #global #awareness #artistic #instalike #instagood #artsy #souza #fnsouza #photooftheday #candid

#IndianArt in #Manchester
Victor Musgrave ran the experimental Gallery One space where South Asia’s most eminent modernists artists were exhibited.
Amongst the most important exhibitions held was Seven Indian Painters in Europe (1958) which received critical acclaim and introduced Indian artists to the British market.
The current exhibition at the Whitworth Museum reflects the pioneering efforts of Musgrave across the decade to introduce South Asian Modernists.
Drawing exclusively on works from the 1953-63 period and capturing the creative atmosphere of the time.
The exhibition includes works by S H Raza, Akbar Padamsee, Tyeb Mehta, Paritosh Sen, Avinash Chandra, Anwar Jalal Shemza, Francis Newton Souza, Ram Kumar, Laxman Pai, M F Husain and Mohan Samant.
Photo Credit: Sadia
#dagmodern #art #artgallery @whitworthart #indianart #manchester #indiamodern #recognition #global #awareness #artistic #instalike #instagood #artsy #photooftheday #candid #mustsee

Tonight DAG Modern proudly presents, “Group 1890: India’s Indigenous Modernism”. Join in the festivities! #dagmodernnyc #dagmodern #acaw2017 #consortium #partner #newyork #art

#PadmaVibhushan #Recipients
#NandalalBose
Drawing attention to 3 indian Artists who are recipients of the second-highest civilian award of the Republic of India - preceded by the Bharat Ratna and followed by the Padam Bhushan.

Interesting to note that only 5 artists namely (MF Husain, SH Raza, Nandalal Bose, Benode Bihari Mukherjee and Satish Gujral) have been awarded the Padma Vibhushan since India's independence.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery #nandalalbose #photograph #artistsoninstagram #modern #nationaltreasure #artsy #padmavibhushan #instalike #instagood #artist #artfido #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork

#PadmaVibhushan #Recipients
#BenodeBehariMukherjee
Drawing attention to 3 indian Artists who are recipients of the second-highest civilian award of the Republic of India - preceded by the Bharat Ratna and followed by the Padam Bhushan.

Interesting to note that only 5 artists namely (MF Husain, SH Raza, Nandalal Bose, Benode Behari Mukherjee and Satish Gujral) have been awarded the Padma Vibhushan since India's independence.
#dagmodern #artists #artgallery #indiamodern #art #artistic #photograph #modern #photooftheday #nemaighosh #bengal #instalike #instagood #artstagram #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork

#PadmaVibhushan #Recipients
#MFHusain
Drawing attention to 3 indian Artists who are recipients of the second-highest civilian award of the Republic of India - preceded by the Bharat Ratna and followed by the Padam Bhushan.

Interesting to note that only 5 artists namely (MF Husain, SH Raza, Nandalal Bose, Benode Behari Mukherjee and Satish Gujral) have been awarded the Padma Vibhushan since India's independence.
Photo Credit: Parthiv Shah

#dagmodern #art #artist #padmavibhushan #mfhusain #artistsoninstagram #artsy #photograph #photooftheday #blackandwhite #instalike instagood #painting

Almelkar painted Indian subjects with modern painting techniques, depicting subjects such as the lives of kings and queens, village and folk life of fishermen and adivasis in particular, as well as characters and scenes from everyday life. His lines are bold and rhythmic but sensitive and fascinating, and his colour combinations are fresh and pleasing, their harmonious arrangement reminiscent of Ajanta and the Bengal school. He was extensively published in several leading magazines of his time, like Dharmayug (Hindi), Kirloskar, Manohar, Mouj (Marathi), Prajavani (Kannada), and Hindustan, Janashakti, Sandesh (Gujarati). He also won a National Award winner in the year 1960, Almelkar won over twenty gold and silver medals for his painting in his career, and was an influential teacher to many artists.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery #painting #artistic #Almelkar #miniature #modern #indiamodern #artsy #birthanniversary #folkart #indianartist #indianart #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork #fishing #aqua #instalike #instagood

A.A Almelkar (1920 - 1982)
Remembering the artist AA Almelkar today on his 97th Birth anniversary.
Almelkar painted Indian subjects with modern painting techniques, depicting subjects such as the lives of kings and queens, nayak-nayika, village and folk life of fishermen and adivasis in particular, as well as characters and scenes from everyday life. His lines are bold and rhythmic but sensitive and fascinating, and his colour combinations are fresh and pleasing, their harmonious arrangement reminiscent of Ajanta and the Bengal school. He was extensively published in several leading magazines of his time, like Dharmayug (Hindi), Kirloskar, Manohar, Mouj (Marathi), Prajavani (Kannada), and Hindustan, Janashakti, Sandesh (Gujarati). He also won a National Award winner in the year 1960, Almelkar won over twenty gold and silver medals for his painting
in his career, and was an influential teacher to many artists.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery #painting #artistic #Almelkar #photograph #modern ##indiamodern #artsy #artistsoninstagram #birthanniversary #folkart #indianartist #indianart #instalike #instagood #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork

A.A Almelkar (1920 - 1982)
Remembering the artist AA Almelkar today on his 97th Birth anniversary.
Studying at Sir J. J. School of Art, Almelkar gained early entry and recognition in the art world through a close association with Art Society of India and Bombay Art Society.
Beginning as a landscape painter influenced by Walter Langhammer and N. S. Bendre, he moved to Indian miniatures, combining their decorative quality with the simplicity and vitality of folk art.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery #painting #artistic #Almelkar #miniature #modern #indiamodern #birthanniversary #folkart #indianart #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork #traditional #decorative #indian #ethnic #instalike #instagood

#GetSurreal
Dharamnarayan Dasgupta
Untitled - 1986,
Tempera on canvas,
27.5" x 22"
Dasgupta’s painterly voyage was marked by an intimate understanding of human relationships, their pain and agony, joy and ecstasy, humour and wisdom. Dasgupta’s art contains remnants of the babu culture, a legacy from the British Raj. As recurring motifs, a voluptuous woman, draped in a striped sari, at times counter-balanced with a man similarly clad in dhoti and kurta, appear in association with a flying tortoise, tiger, bird, flower or such objects as pots, vases or vintage cars, creating a very peculiar vision of human sensibility. The figures and objects seem to be floating in a mental space where the gravitational pull is decided upon by the artist’s own wishful thinking. They float, they glide and they crouch, acquiring various acrobatic postures underlining the varied levels of psychic exegesis. In 1981, Dasgupta was awarded by the Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery #painting #artistic #quirky #dharamnarayandasgupta #surreal #modern #artsy #indiamodern #Santiniketan #folkart #indianartist #indianart #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork

#Getsurreal
Dharamnarayan Dasgupta
Untitled - 1985,
Tempera on canvas,
27.7" x 22"
Training in Santiniketan, Dharamnarayan Dasgupta had evolved his hallmark technique by the Seventies where the primary medium was a special egg tempera on canvas, applied using a mouth spray. His distinctive artistic style evolved in the next decade in what the artist defined as a ‘kind of satire, fantasy and humour mixed with folk art’, where he cast an ironical eye at the remnants of the bourgeois babu culture, and featured sari wearing women, kurta-clad men and objects such as clocks and umbrellas floating in space. His works are held in collections across the world.
#dagmodern #art #artgallery #painting #artistic #quirks #dharamnarayandasgupta #surreal #modern #indiamodern #instalike #instagood #folkart #storyteller #indianart #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork

#GetSurreal
Dharamnarayan Dasgupta
Untitled - 1986,
Tempera on canvas,
27.5" x 22"

It was Dharamnarayan Dasgupta’s search for a pictorial form that made him flirt with disparate art styles that could be seen as offshoots of traditional Indian art mingled with modern Western art. Dasgupta used the trope of the babu and bibi of the Kalighat patuas to create a modern lexicon of characters to depict social issues of the day. Often, these characters seemed to float in the air in defiance of gravity. Infused with a notion of urbanity, his fragile memories and transient experiences pour out as subject matter, often overlapping the boundaries of the real and the unreal.

#dagmodern #art #artgallery #painting #artistic #dharamnarayandasgupta #surreal #modern #artsy #indiamodern #folkart #calcutta #indianartist #indianart #newdelhi #mumbai #newyork #quirky

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