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Dialogue of Identities – 2016 | Women’s International Art Exhibition at Bengaluru

February 12, 2016

Dialogue of Identities – 2016
Women’s International Art Exhibition

 

Curated Renuka Kesaramadu

In the Dialogue of Identities, an identity refers to the uniqueness and ownness that each artist is bringing to the field of art, and is serving to the viewers. In this exhibition different artists have expressed their feelings in their own different ways.

Curators’ note
renuka kesaramaduHere in this exhibition we are sixteen artists, nine from abroad and seven from India. “Dialogue of Identities” was a title I used when four women artists exhibited at the Jehangir art gallery, Mumbai in 2014. Now in 2016 we are sixteen artists. Every artist in the exhibition practices her own style of paintings. Here to the viewers the artists seem to be having a dialogue with each other in one place. Viewers can enjoy the feelings of artists through their paintings. Art has a global language; anyone can understand any artist’s works throughout the world through their technique, expression, style, form, space and colors.

With each other’s co-operation we have participated in several shows in different countries, and along with other Indian artists I am enabling the same in Bangalore. In this exhibition artists, art lovers and art students can see and study original paintings. This also helps to think about and manage growth and practice of our art at a global level. Cultural exchanges are always paving the way for globalization.

I personally did not have an intention to hold an exhibition separately for women. However, my contacts with women artists and their co-operation automatically shaped this as a women’s art exhibition.

Art Introductions

Antonella Proto Guirleo (Italy) – through her beautifully folded drapery textures made with locally available fabrics and other materials;
Balea Maria (Romania) – reading out her diary in her own lines and tones;
Bhavani GS (Karnataka)– nature’s tremendous power and beauty shown in minute elements;
Carmen Poenaru (Romania) – celebrating the joy of life through color and technique;
Cristina Ciobanu (Romania) – enjoying her fluent use of lines and colors;
Dorothea Flies (Germany) – showing contrast of colors in her bold abstract forms;
Geetha Kekobad (Gujrat) – touching on the softness of human relationship with other creatures around;
Karolla Teschler (Germany)– capturing beautiful people holding and carrying solid sun through silver and gold-colored papers;
Manjula Dubey (Maharashtra) – reflecting upon the beautiful mirror of life;
Nirmala Kumari CS (Karnataka) – expressing the power and pains of women;
Patricia Goodrich (USA) – generating curiosity with her poetic shapes and textures;
Pirjo Heino (Finland) – depicting the tonal effects of nature;
Premavathi V Hiremath (Karnataka) – showing endless mixing of earth and sky;
Rupa Mahesh (Karnataka) – depicting the abstract forms of nature;
Renuka Kesaramadu (Karnataka) – expresses the melodies of life through her flower series; also, after she visited Mount Vesuvius in Italy, she felt the Goddess Earth burning inside herself, and the burning sensation is showing through her eyes in the artist’s sculpture;
Varda Breger (Israel) – depicting the contrasting voices of joy and pain of birds and animals;

Women’s International Art Exhibition
on view from
16th to 21st February 2016 | 11:00 AM to 7:30 PM

Venue:
Gallery 1 and 2
Karnataka #ChitrakalaParishath
#Art Complex,
Kumara Krupa Road,
Near Shivananda Circle,
Kumara Park East
Bengaluru-560 001.

Directions to the Venue : http://binged.it/1EIFghx

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