27 July 2022 /
‘Equally Guaranteed to All Without Regard’ – A Group Art Exhibition showcasing various paintings by 50 contemporary artists was held at The Visual Art Gallery, New Delhi. The exhibition was organized by the young artists Kannu Behera and Rajesh Singh.
“We live in a world where the human relationship with every other thing around is askew. However, post human thoughts reveal how intricate relationships formed between the animate and inanimate objects in nature and the humans themselves have been redefined in order to create a world of broader understanding that helps in eradicating various kinds of phobias prevalent in the current human environs,” said Johny ML, the renowned art historian and Curator of the Show.
“This new scenario calls for a different world order, unfamiliar and threatening to homocentric attitudes, to begin with, and then familiar and resolute in the longer holistic life process,” he added.
“I am very glad that there is going to be an exciting exhibition after such a long pause because of the pandemic. Most of the works are done in a contemporary style. An exhibition like this is happening after a long time and such shows should be held regularly. While the pandemic’s impact will stay with us for a long time to come, but everything should move on with proper precautions and guidelines,” shared the renowned artist Asit Kumar Patnaik.
“This show clearly talks about the equality of cadre maintained between two generations of Visual Artists from all over India. After the pandemic, the world is getting momentum back to proceed with a positive attitude towards life with more care for the ecology as well as fellow human beings. This show will be like a new chapter in the visual art field in India post the pandemic,” artist Rohit Supakar from Delhi shared his experiences in the Show.
“A palette of various tones and shades. It’s a journey together with all elements of art framed in very personal touches. An event like this is a celebration and we all should celebrate together,” said artist Ananda Moy Banerji.
The group show features works of senior artists as well as young artists including Aditya Singh Rajpoot, Ajinkya Mohan Shirodkar, Anil Kumar Bodwal, Arjinder Kumar, Banita Sahoo, Bikash Chandra Senapati, Bhola Kumar, Bodh Raj Baldhotra, Dipali Nandi, Ekta Sharma, Himmat Gayri, Jintu Mohan Kalita, Kannu Behera, Kajal Singh, Kumar Swamy Pashikanti, Malti Sharma, Nishchay Thakur, Nilamadhba Patra, Neerja Peters, Priyoum Talukdar, Rajesh Singh, Ravi Prakash, Ravi Kumar Agrahari, Rahul Dhiman, Rahula Ushahra, Rakesh Sadhak Raj Shankar Jha, Rashmita Kanojia, Sunil Kumar Singh, Tribhuvan Kumar and Umesh Jana.