SHIPPING WORLDWIDE *

You have 0 items in your shopping cart

Bhagat Singh

7 Followers

About Artist

Bhagat Singh completed his BFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1990) and MFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1992). He went on to do further courses at the Bhartiya Kala Nidhi, National Museum, New Delhi (19...

Read More

Bhagat Singh completed his BFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1990) and MFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1992). He went on to do further courses at the Bhartiya Kala Nidhi, National Museum, New Delhi (1999) and India Art & Culture Course, National Museum, New Delhi (2000).

He is inspired by artist A. Ramachandran. He introduces stylization in his rendering of forms and paintings of sky, ground and water. In his works, the impression of fantasy is also heightened with the slight exaggeration of forms. The white flowers that spring out of a giant bulbous calyx seem to have a magical presence. The floral forms seem to hover between reality and a dream-like vividness.

Read Less

7 Artworks for sale

Testimonials

  • BIODATA

  • About Artist

    Bhagat Singh completed his BFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1990) and MFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1992). He went on to do further courses at the Bhartiya Kala Nidhi, National Museum, New Delhi (1999) and India Art & Culture Course, National Museum, New Delhi (2000).

    He is inspired by artist A. Ramachandran. He introduces stylization in his rendering of forms and paintings of sky, ground and water. In his works, the impression of fantasy is also heightened with the slight exaggeration of forms. The white flowers that spring out of a giant bulbous calyx seem to have a magical presence. The floral forms seem to hover between reality and a dream-like vividness.

  • Academics

    Bhagat Singh completed his BFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1990) and MFA from Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi (1992). He went on to do further courses at the Bhartiya Kala Nidhi, National Museum, New Delhi (1999) and India Art & Culture Course, National Museum, New Delhi (2000).

  • Exhibitions


    He has held several solo shows and participated in several group shows across the country at prestigious venues such as Triveni Gallery, New Delhi (2000) Art Motif, New Delhi (1999); AIFACS, New Delhi (2005); Harmony Show, Mumbai (2004); Sahitya Kala Parishad, New Delhi (2004); Art Motif Gallery, New Delhi (2004); 75 Annual Art Exhibition, AIFACS, New Delhi (2003); 'Joy of Life', Art Alive Gallery, New Delhi (2002); 'Rendezvous', Chandigargh, All Indian Art Exhibition, Amritsar, New Delhi (1999). He has attended various workshops and camps including Samskar Bharti artist camp; AIFACS artist's camp and Sahitya Kala Parishad artist's camp.

  • Award & Recognition

    His awards and accolades include the AIFACS in All India Annual Art Exhibitions Award (2005); Best Entry Award in All India Art Teachers Exhibition (2003); Merit Certificate, Art Exhibition (1999). His works are a part of various collections, both public and private in India and abroad.

We use cookies on this site to offer you the best online experience. By clicking any link on this page, you are agreeing to our use of cookies on this device. Read Privacy Policy

Top