Birendra Pani

Viswa Roopam, Green, Yellow, Blue by Contemporary Artist “In Stock”

Medium Acrylic
Surface Canvas
Dimension W: 41 Inches X H: 30 Inches X D: 1 Inches
W: 104.14 cm X H: 76.2 cm X D: 2.54 cm
Condition Excellent
Style Abstract paintings
Movement Contemporary Indian Art
Year 2018
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In Viswaroopam, the human being is a performer, a juxtaposition of human being and the Varaha form of Hindu mythical imagination in my personalized way, intending to create a mythopoetic iconography in the contemporary times. The mixed figure of moon and sun, the heart and the lighted lamp hints towards a futuristic thought,   and a positive way of life.

About the Artist :
Pani graduated in printmaking with a Bachelor’s degree from Kalabhavan at the Viswa Bharati University, Santiniketan, in West Bengal, and received his Master’s degree (first class with distinction) in Graphics from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the M.S. University, Baroda.

Birendra Pani’s fresh perspective and contemporary canvases were displayed at the show on kitsch that was held at Gallery Espace in New Delhi. His loud and vivid images use colours like green and shocking pink unashamedly, and his nudes, far removed from traditional ideas, rather than revealing of clandestine activities and provoking corporeal or sensual excitement in the viewer, portray very private and personal instances in the subjects’ lives. In other works the artist chooses ordinary everyday words and then attempts to reveal all their private meanings and associations on the canvas with his brush.

Birendra Pani also dabbles in animation and filmmaking, and has worked with UTV in Mumbai. He has participated in major shows in India and abroad and is the recipient of many awards. In 2001 he was awarded the Junior Fellowship of the HRD Ministry by the Government of India.

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