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  • Shyamal Mukherjee
Date Of Birth 1961 Education : • 1989 Master of Fine Arts, Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. • 1987 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. Exhibitions : Selected Solo Exhibitions : • 2009-10 Galleria, New Delhi. • 2006 Art ‘N’ Soul, New Delhi. Selected Group Exhibitions : • 2008 ‘The Human Psyche’, Galleria, New Delhi . • 2001 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai, Kolkata . • 2008 ‘Art from Bengal’, Art Elements Gallery, New Delhi . • 2001 Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai. • 2001 Galleria, Mumbai • 2000 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai. • 2000 Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai. • 2000 Galleria, Mumbai. • 2000 Vinyasa Art Gallery, Chennai. • 1999 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata . • 1999 Pegasus Art Gallery, New Delhi. • 1999 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai. • 1999 Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai. • 1999 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata. • 1999 Vinyasa Art Gallery, Chennai . • 1999 Art Today, New Delhi. • 1998 Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai . • 1998 Vinyasa Art Gallery, Chennai. • 1997 Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai. • 1997 Arpana Caur's Art Gallery, New Delhi. • 1997 Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata . • 1996 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Mumbai. • 1995 Variety at Gallery La Mere, Kolkata . • 1992 Tata Centre, Kolkata . • 1992,95 Rashtriya Lalit Kala Kendra, Kolkata . • 1991 ‘Encounter’, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata . • 1991 ‘Introduction’, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata . • 1991 ‘New Generation’, The Centre Art Gallery, Kolkata. • 1990 ‘Encounter’, Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata . • 1985-90 Academy Mid Summer Exhibition; West Bengal State Arts Exhibition. Style : In Mukherjee's work, we see the Bengal School strong figurative tradition being carried ahead and interpreted in a very contemporary idiom. The artist also likes to focus on the fact that each individual has a great deal in common with every other one. This is why he paints people in pairs or larger groups, highlighting that though they are physically separate and unlike each other, there is no real difference between their characters and behaviours. Mukherjee's favourite medium is reverse oil or acrylic painting on transparent acrylic sheets, and he swears that although he may change his themes and subjects, inventing new ones for new shows, he will never give up painting in this medium.
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