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Harpreet Singh

Noida, India 10 Followers

About Artist

Harpreet Singh’s art is fascinating; the influence of modern day living is vividly captured on his canvas. The acrylic on canvas is conjured up in myriad ways, all very personalized and influenced by modern day experi...

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Harpreet Singh’s art is fascinating; the influence of modern day living is vividly captured on his canvas. The acrylic on canvas is conjured up in myriad ways, all very personalized and influenced by modern day experiences. His work can extract the ugliness, loneliness and apathy that a city is mostly associated with, and at the same time, it also brings out the subtle vibrancy and human touch that is intertwined with life in a metropolis.

Most of my paintings are collage on paper and canvas. Mostly I use Acrylic colours. I wanted to be an architect and I spent 25 years around the architecture of Chandigarh. I was so impressed by their style of Architecture. The kind of things I saw on the roads. It’s the everyday subjects, which inspire me. Whatever I see in the newspapers, I cut and paste here. I want more to happen and less to create. I want to intervene less in my painting. In this particular painting there are clothes pasted and things written like ATM. I think that is more important now than a temple. We go to an ATM more than a temple. And then there is Noida and Delhi, Sales and Malls. It’s everyday life on my painting. I write real things, which are not in news but our subconscious. I think ATM is my favourite.




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  • About Artist

    Harpreet Singh’s art is fascinating; the influence of modern day living is vividly captured on his canvas. The acrylic on canvas is conjured up in myriad ways, all very personalized and influenced by modern day experiences. His work can extract the ugliness, loneliness and apathy that a city is mostly associated with, and at the same time, it also brings out the subtle vibrancy and human touch that is intertwined with life in a metropolis.

    Most of my paintings are collage on paper and canvas. Mostly I use Acrylic colours. I wanted to be an architect and I spent 25 years around the architecture of Chandigarh. I was so impressed by their style of Architecture. The kind of things I saw on the roads. It’s the everyday subjects, which inspire me. Whatever I see in the newspapers, I cut and paste here. I want more to happen and less to create. I want to intervene less in my painting. In this particular painting there are clothes pasted and things written like ATM. I think that is more important now than a temple. We go to an ATM more than a temple. And then there is Noida and Delhi, Sales and Malls. It’s everyday life on my painting. I write real things, which are not in news but our subconscious. I think ATM is my favourite.




    Watch Indian Artist Harpreet Singh who is an architect with brushes!

    Most of my paintings are collage on paper and canvas. Mostly I use Acrylic colours. I wanted to be an architect and I spent 25 years around the architecture of Chandigarh. I was so impressed by their style of Architecture. The kind of things I saw on the roads. It’s the everyday subjects which inspire me. Whatever I see in the newspapers, I cut and paste here. I want more to happen and less to create. I want to intervene less in my painting. In this particular painting there are cloths pasted and things written like ATM. I think that is more important now than a temple. We go to an ATM more than a temple. And then there is Noida and Delhi, Sales and Malls. It’s everyday life on my painting. I write real things, which are not in news but our subconscious. I think ATM is my favourite.

  • Academics

    1992 B.F.A in Applied Arts from Chandigarh


  • Exhibitions

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    1998, 2008, 2012, 2015 Exhibition of painting and collages at Triveni Kala Sangam New Delhi

    2010 Exhibition of painting and collages at Lalit Kala Akademi New Delhi

    2009 Solo show at Open Palm Court. India Habitat Center. New Delhi

    1996, 99 Solo exhibition of painting, prints and collages at Alliance Franchise Art Gallery, Chandigarh


    GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2016 Group show at Articulate Gallery New Delhi

    2010 Group Show at Shonandai Gallery, Tokyo

    2010 Indo-Swedish Art Workshop and Exhibition, Chandigarh

    2010 Asian Artist Art Workshop and Exhibition, Mumbai

    2009 Group show of Indian Artists at Cerecia Art gallery, Stockholm

    2009 Indo-Swedish Art Workshop and Exhibition, Royal Haga Park, Stockholm

    2009 Indo-Swedish Exhibition and Art Workshop, IGNCA, New Delhi

    Exhibition of Artworks at Open palm court, Habitat Center, New Delhi

    2009 Exhibition of painting at Open Palm court, Habitat Center, New Delhi

    2008 Two Group show at Visual Arts Gallery Habitat Center, New Delhi

    2008 Exhibition of painting and collages at Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi

    2002 Drawing workshop and exhibition by Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi.

    2002 Group Show at Govt. College of Art, Chandigarh

    2001 All India painting workshop by AIFACS, New Delhi

    2000 Group Show at Nehru Center, Mumbai

    1999 Group show at Art Folio, Chandigarh

    1998 Exhibition of painting and collages at Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi

    1997 Group show at Lajpat Bhawan, Chandigarh.



    PARTICIPATIONS

    1997 Participated in Yesterday Today Tomorrow an exhibition of works by artists from Chandigarh

    1996 Participated in Nirantar artist workshop by Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi


  • Award & Recognition

    1995 Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi in Drawing

    1996 Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi in Graphics

    1996 Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi in Painting

    1997 AIFACS in Painting




  • Testimonial

    Mojarto is one of the best platforms to showcase Indian art, I am happy to be here among other artist from all over the country.


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