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Working Together creates fascinating work

Working Together creates fascinating work
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The idea behind the tittle ‘Working Together’ is that all the seven artists Komakula Rajasekhar, Madhumita Das, Manguirish Rajadhyax, Nandini Goud, Rajashree Nayak, Srinivas Tingeerkar and Sumanto Chowdhury work together at a common place.

The idea behind the tittle ‘Working Together’ is that all the seven artists Komakula Rajasekhar, Madhumita Das, Manguirish Rajadhyax, Nandini Goud, Rajashree Nayak, Srinivas Tingeerkar and Sumanto Chowdhury work together at a common place.

When the group gets together to work on a series of prints, lithographs, aqua-tint art and etchings, their close association includes hours of productive time spent together which results in fascinating works, like those in the present show.

Artistic work of Nandini Goud is immensely inspired by her immediate surroundings and all her works of etching prints. Madhumita’s works absorb inspiration from her very own life. She says, “My prints revolve around and accentuate my role as a ‘mother’. As an artist, I wanted to show the bonding of mother with her child.”

Artist Komakula Rajasekhar work shows the environment of a village. He says, “I like village and the nature. These are my memories of my village.” Hen, goat remain the core of his work. His work in which you will find a goat face and a hen body is an arresting one. “One finds hen and goat in every home in a village. And, that’s the reason I include pets in my work.

Sumanto Chowdhury’s work gives a glimpse of old Hyderabad, be it auto rickshaw or a landscape. “I love Hyderabad and I can make anything with auto rickshaws. I love them and I feel that they are always in a hurry and may even fly if they get wings,” shares Sumanto. He has fused his earlier works innovatively to give a newer perspective.

Artist, Manguirish Rajadhyax creates multiple layers of grey/black and white palette. He compares human beings with animals, which is the concept of his work. Rajshree’s works oscillates between multiple themes that are equally women-centric. She traverses through her surroundings absorbing the details and note worthy references into her visual vocabulary.

She feels that each woman is heroic, as a live emblem and beholder of energy. A subtle, quiet and stilled ambience prevails in the etching prints by Srinivas Tingrekar.

By Askari Jaffer ​

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