State of the art and a multi-disciplinary center, Emami Art strives to promote art and artists through curated art exhibitions and interactive learning programs.
MEET THE ARTISTS OF EMAMI ART:
Having learnt from the Indian College of Arts and Draftsmanship in Kolkata, Arunima has developed a refined taste for art, through her learning experiences with various prominent masters. Her penchant for nature and ideas on womanhood combined together, reflects through her dreamlike works in –
This has brought her admirers from all around the world.
Revered for his accomplishments in the field of photography, painting, installation art, pottery and industrial design, Dashrath Patel has left a deep imprint in the hearts of people around the world with his ingenious talent. Not one to be restricted, through his avant-garde style, he was well ahead of his time with his creative thoughts and artistic ideas. Patel was awarded the Padma Shri in 1981, and Padma Bhushan posthumously in 2011.
The Kolkata based, self-taught artist, has a special talent for producing simple yet complex art pieces. Through his imagination and employing different shapes and layers to his work, Suman Dey owns a special place among the other artists due to his unique style. The interesting art pieces of Suman Dey includes:
Another Kolkata born artist; Soma Das showcases everyday normal lives of people through her art using subdued colours. It’s a definite eye feast for those who like the charm of mundane things. Her works are easy to understand without any complexity of comprehension making her works not only realistic but relatable too. Das mainly makes use of gouache to paint her imagination on the canvas. Her prominent works include:
Influenced by the Indian independence movement, Jogen Chowdhary evolved into a wise artist having witnessed the victories and sorrows. He is a multi-faceted artist who has not only established himself as a greatly admired painter but is also a thoughtful writer and an institution builder too. Chowdhary’s works exhibit ingenious ink work that explores curves and angularities. He was awarded the Prix le France de la Jeune Peinture at Paris, in 1966. His admirers of art are not only from India but from around the world, which is evident through his exhibitions in Singapore, Amsterdam, and Berlin. Some of Chowdhury’s works are: