Living Traditions in a Contemporay Space.
India is often defined by its paradoxes. In particular, we find this in the play that exists between tradition and modernity: religious diversity amidst orthodoxies, and a contemporary living landscape populated by relics of centuries past. All of this can be viewed as a characteristic of pluralism, or, a promotion of this coexistence and the integration of social, religious, and cultural diversities. The
three contemporary artists in this exhibition – all from diverse religious, social, and cultural backgrounds – are unified by an aesthetic sense of play amidst this landscape of aesthetic paradoxes. Each artist teases boundaries through their innovative integration of artistic process, creating visual spaces that resist conformity though their cultural pluralisms and dialogue with living traditions.
The exhibition showcases a special series of works by Tarshito on Delhi and in total more than 60 artworks will be displayed of various mediums, comprising but not restiricted to works on canvas, paper, digital prints.