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Dipankar Pal

Kolkata, India 4 Followers

About Artist

I have touched upon a very significant role of a woman, i.e. Motherhood. With symbolic representations such as flower buds emerging out of the Axil of a leaf, I have beautifully shown the transformation of a girl to a...

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I have touched upon a very significant role of a woman, i.e. Motherhood. With symbolic representations such as flower buds emerging out of the Axil of a leaf, I have beautifully shown the transformation of a girl to a mother.

Considering the rich Indian Heritage and Culture, one should view the concept of Art as the way of plain living with high thinking. The philosophical aspects of human activities can be widely de-sectioned individually by both the artists and non-artists, though each creature on this very planet himself becomes a symbol of beauty – a typical concept of unexpressed Art. ‘Maya’, the divine form of illusion and the magic vision, as described by Indian sages, is actually responsible for our inability to visualize the excellent inherent ‘Form’ of all elements that form this world. Through the inner eyes and defeating the ‘Maya’, the True Artist makes himself able to visualize the ‘Real Form’ of objects; even he finds his own existence inside the ‘Prana’, the invisible true life of those objects. We have our eyes not to look at the stones or the trees or anything else but to visualize those objects; we have our hearts not to respire only but to breathe deeply into the inherent ‘life’ of those certainly. Indians utter Ekaadwiyam Saadipra Bahudha Baadanti (One becomes many and all becomes one).

During the last five eventful years obviously to be involved in his latest creations Dipankar finds his own concept of beauty into the unmarked emergence of tiny parts of the entire ‘Creation’ – the existence of ‘Whole’, the concept of ‘Supreme’. The shapes and sizes of leaves of trees appear before him as the symbol of the source of ‘Ultimate’ Creativity in this present haunting world. The unwanted perversion and distortion of life tears his intellect continually as he intensely tries to reveal the ‘Flow of creativeness’ through the philosophical concept of ‘MOTHERHOOD’ – finally he discovers his own existence as a part of the ‘Whole’ – feels and searches the ‘Aaroop’ into the ‘Roop’, the ‘Unformed Ultimate’ inside the visible ‘Form’. Dipankar concentrates his meditation upon the unfortunately ‘not-noticed’ natural subjects around us, which are peeping out smoothly to form their own abstract identities from the abstract ‘Motherhood’ – the only supreme and ultimate existence of the ‘WHOLE’.

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  • About Artist

    I have touched upon a very significant role of a woman, i.e. Motherhood. With symbolic representations such as flower buds emerging out of the Axil of a leaf, I have beautifully shown the transformation of a girl to a mother.

    Considering the rich Indian Heritage and Culture, one should view the concept of Art as the way of plain living with high thinking. The philosophical aspects of human activities can be widely de-sectioned individually by both the artists and non-artists, though each creature on this very planet himself becomes a symbol of beauty – a typical concept of unexpressed Art. ‘Maya’, the divine form of illusion and the magic vision, as described by Indian sages, is actually responsible for our inability to visualize the excellent inherent ‘Form’ of all elements that form this world. Through the inner eyes and defeating the ‘Maya’, the True Artist makes himself able to visualize the ‘Real Form’ of objects; even he finds his own existence inside the ‘Prana’, the invisible true life of those objects. We have our eyes not to look at the stones or the trees or anything else but to visualize those objects; we have our hearts not to respire only but to breathe deeply into the inherent ‘life’ of those certainly. Indians utter Ekaadwiyam Saadipra Bahudha Baadanti (One becomes many and all becomes one).

    During the last five eventful years obviously to be involved in his latest creations Dipankar finds his own concept of beauty into the unmarked emergence of tiny parts of the entire ‘Creation’ – the existence of ‘Whole’, the concept of ‘Supreme’. The shapes and sizes of leaves of trees appear before him as the symbol of the source of ‘Ultimate’ Creativity in this present haunting world. The unwanted perversion and distortion of life tears his intellect continually as he intensely tries to reveal the ‘Flow of creativeness’ through the philosophical concept of ‘MOTHERHOOD’ – finally he discovers his own existence as a part of the ‘Whole’ – feels and searches the ‘Aaroop’ into the ‘Roop’, the ‘Unformed Ultimate’ inside the visible ‘Form’. Dipankar concentrates his meditation upon the unfortunately ‘not-noticed’ natural subjects around us, which are peeping out smoothly to form their own abstract identities from the abstract ‘Motherhood’ – the only supreme and ultimate existence of the ‘WHOLE’.

  • Academics

    Passed Visual Arts, 5 years (Drawing & Painting) from Indian Art College, Kolkata in 1990.

  • Exhibitions

    Solo Exhibition:
    3rd—2013 December, South City Mall Kolkata, organized by Emami Chisel Art Gallery (ECA)
    2nd—2013 August, Triveni Kala Sangam, Triveni Art Gallery New Delhi.
    1st—2013 June, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata, West Bengal,

    Group Exhibition:
    *2015 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (6 man show), Group “WE ARE”, 3rd show.
    *2014 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (5 man show), Group “WE ARE”, 2nd show.
    *2012 Lalit Kala Akademi,Rabindra Bhavan, New Delhi
    *2012 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (6 man show), Group “WE ARE”, 1st show.
    *2011 Hotel Hindustan International, Kolkata
    *2009 Kolkata Kala Mela in Academy of Fine Arts,
    *2009 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (5 man show)
    *1997 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (3 man show)
    *1995 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata (5 man show)
    *1984 to 2000 Street Show, Esplanade, Kolkata organized by Art Age Group.

    Online Group Exhibition:
    *2012 organized by IAC Art Collectors Pvt. Ltd., Chandigarh. indianartcollector.com.

    Participation:
    *2014 Annual Art Exhibition, Contemporary Indian Art of Emami Chisel Art Gallery, Kolkata (ECA)
    *1994 Annual Art Exhibition of Birla Academy
    *1993 Annual Art Exhibition of Academy of Fine Arts
    *1992 Mid-summer Art Exhibition of Academy of Fine Arts
    *1990 Annual Art Exhibition of Kolkata Tathya Kendra

    Invited Exhibition:
    *2015 The Group Art Exhibition of ‘‘Abanindra Nath Thakur Birth anniversary’’ at Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall, Kolkata
    *2015 The Group Art Exhibition of ‘‘Chintamoni Kar Art Research Academy’’ at Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall, Kolkata
    *2014 Art Evolution organized by ARTOFCOLOUR at Birla Academy
    *2014 The Group Art Exhibition of ‘‘Chintamoni Kar Art Research Academy’’ at Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall, Kolkata
    *2012 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata, organized by Bosepukur Shriti Welfare Association,
    *2011, 2012 & 2013 Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall, Indian Museum, Kolkata, organized by All India Fine Arts Association
    *2009 Calcutta Information Center, Kolkata, organized by All India Fine Arts Association
    *1999 to 2007 Ashutosh Birth Centenary Hall, Indian Museum, Kolkata, organized by All India Fine Arts Association
    *1997 Gallery CB56, Salt Lake, Kolkata
    1992 H.S.B.C Hall, Tollygunge Club, organized by Galerie La M`ere, Kolkata.

    Art Camp:
    *2012 Painting Workshop organized by Srishti Welfare Association , Kolkata
    *1990 Painting workshop organized by Sarada Mission, Uluberia & Attend several Art Camp, Kolkata
    *Many Art Camp organized by Art Age Group, Kolkata, West Bengal

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