Witness 16 Key Women From Ramayana And Mahabharata In A New Light At Sunaina Bhalla’s Solo Exhibition In The Capital City
Sunaina Bhalla, a contemporary Artist of Indian origin, who lives and works in Singapore is showcasing her works of art, at the ongoing solo exhibition at the “ART KONSULT ” New Delhi.
Her works of art have a background narrative of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, where Sunaina has deconstructed the characters of 16 key women from these epics. Hence, the show is named ’16’.
These 16 women are examined by the artist Sunaina Bhalla through paintings, sculpture and installations, with the focus being on the relative balance between the three colours of Black, White and Red, representing three different emotions that are experienced – with the balance of the palette denoting degrees of the dominant emotion.
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Her work revolves around the repetitive and ritualistic nature of gestures and their traces. She explores the transformative effects of the deliberate infliction of pain on the human body during the curative process of alleviating disease and decay. By using industrial materials analogous to the fragile nature of the body, she examines the passage of time and the mark making that documents this process. Using colour as a basis for exploration, she contemplates the various connotations of colour and it’s effect on the human psyche.
Sunaina has exhibited in Japan, India, Singapore, Europe and the Middle East. Her works are in the permanent collections of the ESSL Museum, Vienna and Mumbai Airports Authority, India, and in various private collections globally.
The exhibition ’16’ has commenced on 16th November 2017 at Art Konsult Gallery and will conclude on 25th November 2017.
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Venue: Art Konsult Gallery,
3A (ground floor),
Hauz Khas Village,
New Delhi. 110016