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Prince Chand

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In his work Prince Chand follows the logic of Indian aesthetic (Rasa, bhava, symmetry,ornamentation, philsophical text)as well as the Indic image making techniques.His works are thus a convincing continuation of the f...

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In his work Prince Chand follows the logic of Indian aesthetic (Rasa, bhava, symmetry,ornamentation, philsophical text)as well as the Indic image making techniques.His works are thus a convincing continuation of the foregoing vigorous art forms.After an intuitive as well as intellective grasping of the high points of temple art styles as of rock or cave art patterns, he has soght to transform them into contemporary or modern forms.
In this way he has utilised ancient motifs in fresh contemporary incarnation.Significantly achieved by focusing on aesthetic and almost sculptural techniques,like reorganizing cum breaking symmetry,the reorientation of the same,as the simplification of structures and rythms,the modernization of traditional forms(with a remarkable,indeed astonishing genius for culling out dazzling points of light in multifarious way in each otherwise sober-colored canvas using abstarction, is strongly done.
The present series of exhibited works have the immortal one ,the buddha,as the subject and who in Chand's hand is in line with the icons os a tradition that configures divine love on myriad planes:as the principal of peace that makes the world stay sound.Buddha is an earthly replica of the indissolubly fused whole.So the artist's work on a principal as visualizes the energies of the supreme reality out of which comes peace.Chand's creations are not creaturely but rather fired by keen imagination:love permeates his immortal.The works are immaculate,and impeccable,in their crafting.In them is the feel of a great resolve,as of indestructible inner faith.It is thus the artist renews a hoary tradition.The embrace of love in its highest register means no other then a cessation of all disunion and conflict.In sum,so says his work.

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  • About Artist

    In his work Prince Chand follows the logic of Indian aesthetic (Rasa, bhava, symmetry,ornamentation, philsophical text)as well as the Indic image making techniques.His works are thus a convincing continuation of the foregoing vigorous art forms.After an intuitive as well as intellective grasping of the high points of temple art styles as of rock or cave art patterns, he has soght to transform them into contemporary or modern forms.
    In this way he has utilised ancient motifs in fresh contemporary incarnation.Significantly achieved by focusing on aesthetic and almost sculptural techniques,like reorganizing cum breaking symmetry,the reorientation of the same,as the simplification of structures and rythms,the modernization of traditional forms(with a remarkable,indeed astonishing genius for culling out dazzling points of light in multifarious way in each otherwise sober-colored canvas using abstarction, is strongly done.
    The present series of exhibited works have the immortal one ,the buddha,as the subject and who in Chand's hand is in line with the icons os a tradition that configures divine love on myriad planes:as the principal of peace that makes the world stay sound.Buddha is an earthly replica of the indissolubly fused whole.So the artist's work on a principal as visualizes the energies of the supreme reality out of which comes peace.Chand's creations are not creaturely but rather fired by keen imagination:love permeates his immortal.The works are immaculate,and impeccable,in their crafting.In them is the feel of a great resolve,as of indestructible inner faith.It is thus the artist renews a hoary tradition.The embrace of love in its highest register means no other then a cessation of all disunion and conflict.In sum,so says his work.

  • Academics

    PG,Agra University

  • Exhibitions

    Solo Shows:
    Bareilly club,Bareilly-1989;
    Haridwar sadan ,Hridwar-1990;
    Gandhi Bhawan,Dehradun-1991;
    Bareilly club,Barelli-1992;
    Hotel Sita Kiran,Bareilly-1994;
    Group Shows lalit Kala Academy,Lucknow-1995;
    Lalit kala Academy ,Barelliy-1996;
    Lalit kala Academy,Lucknow-1996;
    Lalit Kala Academy, Lucknow-1997;
    Delhi Art Gallery, New delhi-1997;
    Raj Bhawan, Shimla-1997;
    Kumaon University,Almora-1997;
    Lalit Kala Academy,Lucknow-1998;
    Press club Art Gallery Bareilly-1999;
    Lalit Kala Academy,Goa-1999;
    Art Land,Mumbai-2000,Bareilly-2001;
    Dhrishti Art Galler, Bareilly-2001,2002,2003;
    Lalit Kala Academy,Lucknow-2004;
    Yamini Art Gallery,New Delhi-2004,2005;
    Thaakar Singh Art Gallery,Amritsar-2005;
    Shanta Art Gallery,New Delhi-2006;
    Indraprastha Art Gallery,New Delhi-2006;
    Lalit Kala Academy,Lucknow-2007;
    Indraprastha Art Gallery,New Delhi-2007;
    Quil and Canvas Art Gallery,Gurgaon,Haryana-2007,2008,2009;
    Lalit Kala Academy Jammu and Kashmir-2008;
    Lalit Kala Centre, Lucknow-2008;
    Studio Vasant Art Gallery-2008,2008,2009,2009;
    Nepal Kala Parishad-2010;
    Jahangir Art Gallery,Mumabai-2012;
    Kobo Art Gallery,Dubai-2014
    Group Shows:
    Chandigarh Museum,Chandigarh-1997;
    Jageshwar-1997;
    Camps lalit Kala Academy,Lucknow-1997;
    Lalit Kala Academy,New Delhi-1997;
    Aggarwal Kala Bhawan,Pilibhit-1997;
    Lait Kala Academy,Lucknow-1998;
    Art Land,Mumbai-2000;
    Dhrishti Art Gallery Bareilly-2001;
    Dhrishti Art Gallery Bareilly-2002,2003;
    Yamini Art Gallery Bareilly-2005;
    Osho World Art Gallery,New Delhi-2006;
    Canvas Art Gallery,New Delhi-2007;
    Studio vasant,New Delhi-2007;
    Open Palm Court at IHC, New Delhi-2007;
    Sigapur-2007
    Quill and Canvas Art Gallery,Haryana-2007,2008
    All India Fine Art Gallery-2009;
    Shrishti Art Gallery Hyderabad-2009;
    Jahangir Art Gallery,Mumbai-2010,2013;
    Tarban Cor Art Gallery-2011;
    Lalit Kala Academy-2011,2012,2013,2014;
    Indian Habitat Centre-2012,2013,2014;
    Appe Centre,Gurgaon-2012,2013,2014;
    Mumbai Art Fair-2012,2013,2014

  • Award & Recognition

    Avantika Award,Chandigarh-1997;
    Awantika Award,New Delhi-1997;
    Man of the Year-2000,Award from America

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