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Don't Miss This Exhibition Ending Soon
May 31, 2022
Ganesh Pyne (born 1937), Untitled, watercolor on paper, 4.5 x 3.5 in., Akar Prakar
From the Shadows by Ganesh Pyne, Akar Prakar
Live in New Delhi and online, concludes June 4, 2022
Born and brought up in Calcutta (present-day Kolkata) in 1937, Ganesh Pyne spent years of his life in a crumbling mansion in Kabiraj Row. Growing up during hard and turbulent times in the country, he found his reprieve from the dark reality outside in the mythologies and folktales narrated by his grandmother, Nandarani. The fantastical world created by her stories became the basis of his artistic language years later.
Pyne’s process and practice reflected in this exhibition of largely small format works is a passage into the mystical visual world created by him. The imageries carry within it the fantastical mind of the introverted and sensitive soul. The resoluteness to his art and the commitment to evolution in his practice are both exemplified in this exhibit of an artist regarded as a modern master in the history of Indian Art.
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