In an age where the frontiers of art and image making are being increasingly questioned, redrawn, and redefined, the exhibition called ‘New Paradigms’, attempts to look at the work of some young Indian Artist who have subverted the traditional mode of image making.
The exhibition is an attempt to map out the diverse art practices that this generation of artists is working with, the context they work in, and the specific choices they have made as individuals.
A. Balasubramaniam, Untitled Self, 200231 x 25 inches
Anjum Singh, Untitled (Triptych), 200240 x 40 inches
Atul Dodiya, Fakir with long nail, 200222 x 30 inches
Chittrovanu Mazumdar, Untitled, 200260 x 72 inches
Justin Ponmany, Metal Bird, 200254 x 64 inches
Manisha Gera Baswani, Cyber Nayika, 20029 x 11 inches
Manisha Parekh, Untitled, 200230 x 22 inches
Prashanta Sahu, R-evolution, 200272 x 13 inches
Rajeev Lochan, Rediscovering reality, 200267 x 92 inches
Ramesh Kalkur, Untitled, 200222 x 28 inches
G. Ravinder Reddy, Fortune Teller, 200234 x 23 x 31 inches
Ravikumar Kashi, Made for each other, 20023 x 2 inches
Reena Saini Kallat, Protean, 200248 x 96 inches
Vanita Gupta, Untitled, 200238 x 24 inches