• Spring Gallery 2019

    Selections from the artworks uploaded on Emergent Art Space in the Spring 2019

    Nazar Na Lage
    Ceramic and glass

    Jhuma Kundu

    Kolkata, India

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    My work deals with superstition and the darker side of society. I try to bring out the dilemma and confused state of mind of a common man in the society, who has no other option but to let himself get into this quicksand of superstition, where fear leads to corruption.
    Three Words
    Ceramics

    Jhuma Kundu

    Kolkata, India

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    Gandhi's three monkeys.
    Silent Screams
    Photography

    Jamil Cimino

    Lusaka , Zambia

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    Can You See Me
    Photography

    Jamil Cimino

    Lusaka , Zambia

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    Everything is Fine (?)
    Watercolor, tea strain and smoke on fabriano paper

    Suvendu Bhandari

    Kolkata, India

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    This work is a dark humor about my surroundings society and politics. Where an ambiguity works as a metaphor of social discremination. Where everyone knows about the consequences, even then we have to do the same thing repeatedly because we don't have any other choices. Where the destruction becomes a game for someone else, and where nothing is obvious. Still we are acting to keep ourselves well with certain materialistic needs.
    From here on, this painting says that everything is fine , But really everything is fine?
    Fear of Existence
    Mixed media on paper

    Suvendu Bhandari

    Kolkata, India

    SEPULCHRE IV
    Glass etching and print on fine art paper

    Victor Hazra

    New Delhi, India

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     In 2008 I was an eyewitness to a serial blast in my hometown of Agartala, India.  Here I am trying to cover up the scars made in the name of terrorism or any other agenda. I am simply sowing flowers as a condolence.

    SEPULCHRE V
    Glass etching and print on fine art paper

    Victor Hazra

    New Delhi, India

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     In 2008 I was an eyewitness to a serial blast in my hometown of Agartala, India.  Here I am trying to cover up the scars made in the name of terrorism or any other agenda. I am simply sowing flowers as a condolence.

    Supremacy
    Acrylic on canvas and plywood

    Victor Hazra

    New Delhi, India

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    Supremacy is one of my earlier interventions of the thought Land-Escape, this was produced during Cycle 1, Piramal Art Residency in Thane, Maharashtra. In this work, I tried to depict the human supremacy on nature using the Vitruvian Man as a metaphor to mankind while questioning its legacy. Background canvas is a representation of local landscape and a plywood cut-out of the Vitruvian Man painted with local architecture, displayed as the figure is coming out of the land and building its own territory.
    Departure
    Acrylic on cloth, paper board pasted on canvas and plywood

    Victor Hazra

    New Delhi, India

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    Influenced by Paul Gauguin’s “Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?” I am exploring and trying to depict the contemporary time which always talks about moving to another orbit. Portraying the landscape in a metaphorical approach to represent the consequence of progress which instead of taking care we are moving out of that part. The centre figure of the painting is a cut-out of the same posture of as Gauguin’s which presents the connection between man & nature but in my image, it is so absurd to fill the gap which is intentional.
    Ascension
    Photography

    Jasmine Brown

    Oakland, United States

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    Artist: @visual_lit Title: Ascension Medium: Photography Model: Jenné Afiya @left_thigh Quote: “You can have powers all day, many of us have powers, most of us have a power whether that is the gift of being able to be clairvoyant, hearing spirits, most people do, they ignore that or they use them to manipulate people that’s just big facts. Use your power wisely. “- Jenné Afiya Description: check out @visual_lit ‘s blog for the full story and if you aren’t already following please follow @sugarwater_gallery
    Mystical
    Photography

    Jasmine Brown

    Oakland, United States

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    Artist: @visual_lit Title: Mystical Medium: Photography Model: Jenné Afiya Date: 2018 Description: This is the first part of a series of conversations with women of color and their transformational healing practices. The series located within @visual_lit ‘s blog space.
    Sonajhuri Landscape
    Ink on paper

    Subhankar Chakraborty

    Kolkata, India

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    I want to show the different view of Sonajhuri forest in Shantiniketan in tiers.
    Sonajhuri Landscape
    Paper cut

    Subhankar Chakraborty

    Kolkata, India

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    With the help of color paper strips, I want to show the vertical growth of the eucalyptus trees of the Sonajhuri forest and also try to show the vast area of the forest.
    Confusion
    Mixed media on paper

    Susmita Chowdhury

    Kolkata, India

    Untitled
    Mixed media on paper

    Susmita Chowdhury

    Kolkata, India

    The Man with Twisted Brain
    Mixed media on treated canvas

    Susmita Chowdhury

    Kolkata, India

    Elucidate Encounter
    Ink and acrylic on paper

    Asiegbu Collins

    Enugu , Nigeria

    Untitled
    Fiber glass

    Asiegbu Collins

    Enugu , Nigeria

    Innocence Demand
    Aluminium, ferric nitrite on brass & granite

    Pappu Debnath

    Kolkata, India

    Innocence Demand (ii)
    Aluminium, ferric nitrite on brass, marble & granite

    Pappu Debnath

    Kolkata, India

    Nature Unconditioned (Detail)
    Installation

    Maksud Ali Mondal

    Visva-Bharati, India

    Melancholy V
    Mixed media on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    Kolkata, India

    Melancholy VII
    Mixed media on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    Kolkata, India

    Petrichor 1
    Ink and pen on canvas

    Raka Panda

    Kolkata, India

    Petrichor
    Ink and oil on canvas

    Raka Panda

    Kolkata, India

    Reclining Woman

    Fariha Rashid

    Lahore, Pakistan

    Meditation

    Fariha Rashid

    Lahore, Pakistan

    Landscape II
    Gouache and gold leaf on mount sheet

    Fariha Rashid

    Lahore, Pakistan

    Thank you to all the artists 

    who uploaded their art this Spring! 

     

    Stay tuned for the Summer Gallery 2019!