Depicting Bengali culture through art

Aug 31, 2019 ddmycvlj

first_imgNandi prefers to depict Bengali culture such as bauls, kirtan – singing, feminine figures wearing traditional drapery, spiritual elements, use of red as a symbolic element in his works. The works of Nandi are usually based on his surroundings, all  his works incorporate an element of sky in them. The artist’s figures are always facing towards light as the artist want to express a simple view that humanity must not lose hope. Commenting on his style of work Nandi says, ‘I begin work only when the subject matter is clear in my mind. Then, I put all my focus and install strict discipline into my work. All other factors, such as human company, music, mobiles and distractions, are excluded.’ Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Rajat nandi, is a graduate in visual art from the Indian college of art, Kolkata. The special subjects of Nandi’s paintings are scenic settings of a pastoral idyll.  A resident of Kolkata, artist Rajat Nandi first displayed his art work at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi as a new comer. His art works were so convincing that it grabbed the attention of every artist of different genres.WHEN: On till 14 MarchWHERE: Lokayata: Mulk Raj Anand Center, Hauz Khas Villagelast_img

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