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Silent Sermon By Sanjay Kumar

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An Indian Artists First Solo Show In Singapore

Silent Sermon By Sanjay Kumar
Inspired By Buddha

Sanjay Kumar’s solo exhibition Silent Sermon is a collection of a series of paintings and installations inspired by Buddha and his life.
In Sanjay’s paintings, Buddha becomes a symbolic representation as the audience is led to a quiet contemplation. Sanjay employs the compositions of varied narratives in his works with rare sensibility and naturalness. For instance, the eyes are drawn like lotus petals, the arching eyebrows like the Indian bow; the shoulders like the dome of the head of an elephant, and the arms like an elephant’s tapering trunk. A total of 22 works were showcased at Silent Sermon. Some of the notable works include Parikrama – I, Pragya Shil Karuna, and Atta Deep Bhava.
The exhibition was a collaboration between The Arts House and Artiere from Mumbai; curated by Ms. Kalpana Shah, Director of Tao Art Gallery.

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