Arushi Arts is unravelling a solo painting exhibition by renowned artist Sanjay Bhattacharyya at the Indian Habitat Centre- Visual Art Gallery in New Delhi from September 21 to September 27, 2023. The Exhibition was inaugurated by the prominent personalities of the society such as Shrimati Maneka Gandhi and Mr. Aman Nath.
‘Of Thoughts & Memories’ weaves artist Bhattacharya’s artistic expression in all of its forms enabling art lovers to have a chance to engross in the visuals that serve as an ode to the true spirit of art and artist. The whole series name was Talking Geometry
The eminent guests from the town were Shrimati Maneka Gandhi, Mr. Aman Nath, Artist Gopi Gajwani, Architect Shifaa Kalra, Neelam Pratap Rudy, Interior Designer Punam Kalra, Alexshendra Venus Bakshi, Manoj Arora, Shinjini Kulkarni,Rennie Joy, Jatin Das, Leena Singh, Jayasri Burman, Anita Kulkarni, Vilas Kulkarni, Ranojay Bhattacharya , Arijoy Bhattacharya, Akash kapoor, Ashok vajpeyi Varun Seth, Reshma punj, Ratan kaul, Kavita Malhotra, Ashok vajpeyi, Bulbul Bhattacharyya, Artist RoyThomas to just name a few.
A centre for the creative endeavour and cultural appreciation, IHC Visual Art Gallery, provides an intriguing journey through a broad spectrum of artworks that honour talent, imagination, and innovation.
Payal Kapoor, Founder, Arushi Arts invites the public, collectors, and art lovers to explore and participate in the splendour of artistic creation as they pay tribute to the boundless imagination.
“For the first time I am going to display geometric abstractions in my work. In 2006 I did a series titled ‘Tribute to my Masters’ and in 2012 did a series titled ‘Krishna’. In both the series geometrical shapes appeared but in a subdued way. Those were supporting elements only. In this exhibition I am heading for geometrical shapes that have taken the main role. The whole process is mainly the division of space with or without consciousness. In this series my canvases became my master. They directed me and gave hints about which shape I should draw where. It was an incredible experience to get that I waited 64 years”, says Artist Sanjay Bhattacharyya.