Talent, art and community: Gallery Time and Space celebrates 20 years as artist hubMadanmohan Rao
In this photo essay, we feature the wide range of works by 30 emerging and established artists in one of Bengaluru’s favourite galleries.
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Gallery Time and Space in Bengaluru was founded in 1998 by art collector Renu George. Over the past two decades, the gallery has become a popular hub for established and emerging artists. See our earlier interview with Renu here, and coverage of the exhibition by the Society of Contemporary Artists.
Over 80 works by 30 artists were featured at the recent annual closing exhibition. This photo essay profiles a selection of the works, ranging from traditional and modern paintings to mixed media and installations. The art works are priced from Rs 10,000 to Rs 5 lakhs.
The artist lineup includes Jasu Raval, Sukeshan Kanka, Virender Kumar, Lakshman Kabadi, Gangu Gouda, Ravi Raj, Surajit Chanda, Ashok Koshy, Shonali Madappa, and Nazir Khan. Previously featured artists were include Paresh Hazra, Sirajit Chanda, Akbar Padamsee, Vrindavan Solanki, Yuriko Lochan, Suparna Mondal, Sophie Christopher, Anuradha Nalapat, Pallon Daruwala, and Toby Barnes.
The gallery has held a dozen art exhibitions in 2018, and seven are already planned for 2019. Earlier exhibitions were titled Sojourn, Kalighat Pata Chitra, The Madras Accent, Synchronicity, Light and Shadow, Attitude Becomes Form, Call of Contours, The Expediency of Colour, Accent on Faith, and even Enigmatic Equations.
Now what have you done today to stimulate your mind with the endless and inspiring possibilities of art around you?
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