Posted: Date Posted – 3:45 PM, Wed – 21 Sep 22
Hyderabad: Shrishti Art Gallery is delighted to present “Triloka”, an exhibition of artworks by three emerging artists. This exhibition is a journey into the world of three young Indian artists with unique styles, mediums and concepts. The exhibition features works by Jayeeta Chatterjee, Madhukar Mucharla and Rohan V Anvekar.
Madhukar is an artist based in Telangana whose works are a reflection of himself, of his being, of the daily struggle that he sees undergo by his fellow human beings, and also as a means of emancipation. He chose leather making and was inspired by Tholu Bommalata or Leather Puppetry, a folk art form popular in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. He thus began to sew pieces of leather into portraits, figures and other objects. Through his art, he wishes to address issues of social discrimination and raise awareness of human rights and social injustice using a medium that is integral to the identity of the Dalit Madiga caste.
Print from Bengal, Jayeeta’s artistic practice revolves around women, especially the middle/lower income group living in small towns and the interiors of the house they live in. Artist Rohan from Karnataka’s honest concern for environmental issues is reflected in his paintings. Through his works, he explores the relationship of man with nature.
The opening of this exhibition will take place on Saturday, September 24, at 6:30 p.m., at the Shrishti Art Gallery, Road No.15, Jubilee Hills. The exhibition is visible until October 24 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and closed on Mondays.