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Amit Biswas

Krishnanagar, India 10 Followers

About Artist

Amit Biswas is a self-taught artist who succeeded to put his name as a young promising artist of Bengal. His artworks are perfect blending of contemporary elements and traditional essence. He has great respect for our...

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Amit Biswas is a self-taught artist who succeeded to put his name as a young promising artist of Bengal. His artworks are perfect blending of contemporary elements and traditional essence. He has great respect for our traditional folk culture, so that he has chosen conventional earth colours for his paintings. His super fine brush lines are quite famous towards the appreciative audience. Amit got selected in the prestigious 17th Asian Art Biennial 2016' Bangladesh, and participated in the National art exhibition on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, organized by NGMA and ICCR (2020). He also participated in many national & International art shows and workshops. He is co-founder of "Shilpocharcha Foundation", an organisation working on traditional and contemporary art.
Amit is a popular face on the social networking sites and a regular blogger, he runs an art and cultural blog "Drishyata", where he writes regularly articles on art and artists. He is also curating national & International shows on behalf of "shilpocharcha Foundation" and other artists organisations. His happy collectors are not only from his own land, but also from different parts of the globe.

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Testimonials

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    Great use of red, blue and yellow in all three paintings. The artworks are really suitable for my place. Thanks for quick delivery. - Viraj

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  • About Artist

    Amit Biswas is a self-taught artist who succeeded to put his name as a young promising artist of Bengal. His artworks are perfect blending of contemporary elements and traditional essence. He has great respect for our traditional folk culture, so that he has chosen conventional earth colours for his paintings. His super fine brush lines are quite famous towards the appreciative audience. Amit got selected in the prestigious 17th Asian Art Biennial 2016' Bangladesh, and participated in the National art exhibition on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, organized by NGMA and ICCR (2020). He also participated in many national & International art shows and workshops. He is co-founder of "Shilpocharcha Foundation", an organisation working on traditional and contemporary art.
    Amit is a popular face on the social networking sites and a regular blogger, he runs an art and cultural blog "Drishyata", where he writes regularly articles on art and artists. He is also curating national & International shows on behalf of "shilpocharcha Foundation" and other artists organisations. His happy collectors are not only from his own land, but also from different parts of the globe.

  • Academics

    Bachelors in Commerce
    Calcutta University


  • Exhibitions



    GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    2021 “JAI HIND” an exhibition on Netaji’s Life and Legacy at Rabindranath Tagore Centre, I.C.C.R. Kolkata,
    organized by National Gallery of Modern Art (Ministry of Culture) and Indian Council for Cultural
    Relations (Ministry of External Affairs)

    2020 "Strokes, Through Dark Times" organized by Kolkata Centre For Creativity ( KCC, Emami Group) (2020)

    2019 Curated & Participated in International Show “Tribute to Artist Paritosh Sen” an international
    group show organized by “VINTAGE DOT COM” at Academy of Fine Arts

    2016 17th Asian Art Biennale, Dhaka, Bangladesh

    2015 "Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall", Kolkata
    2015 "Academy of Fine Arts" Kolkata
    2015 "Chemould Art Gallery" Kolkata

    2014 "Sree Art Gallery", Kolkata
    2014 "Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall", Kolkata

    2013 “Academy of Fine Arts” , Kolkata
    2013 “Academy of Fine Arts” , Kolkata
    2013 “New Light Media Center ” Kolkata

    2005 “BASIC” Banipur, North 24 Parganas
    2004 “BASIC” Banipur, North 24 Parganas

  • Award & Recognition

    participate 17th Asian Art Biennale, Bangladesh, 2016.

    “JAI HIND” an exhibition on Netaji’s Life and Legacy at Rabindranath Tagore Centre, I.C.C.R. Kolkata, organized by National Gallery of Modern Art (Ministry of Culture) and Indian Council for Cultural Relations (Ministry of External Affairs) dated 24th – 31st January, 2021.

    Participated in workshop “A Flag for me + A Flag for Humanity” conducted by Lleah Amy Smith (Australia), organized by KOLKATA CENTRE FOR CREATIVITY (2020)

    worked as a workshop coordinator organized by Kolkata Society For Cultural Heritage at Rabindra Tirtha, Kolkata in association with HIDCO (West Bengal Government) (2020)

  • Testimonial

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