• Spring 2018 Gallery

    Selections from the artworks uploaded on Emergent Art Space in the Spring 2018

    River side 2
    Watercolo on paper

    Anirban Mishra

    KOLKATA, India

    The stormy evening
    Acrylic on canvas

    Anirban Mishra

    KOLKATA, India

    Spiritual Energy III
    Charcoal

    Yanga Mantangayi

    Johannesburg, South Africa

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    120cmx180cm 
    price R10 000 
    Spiritual Energy V

    Yanga Mantangayi

    Johannesburg, South Africa

    A COMMON MAN
    WOODCUT

    arpan sadhukhan

    Kolkata, India

    My Favorite Tea Stall Through my Memory
    Charcoal, Pencil, Graphite on Paper

    Subhadip Bhattacharya

    West Bengal, India

    My Favorite Tea Stall Through my Memory
    Charcoal, Pencil, Graphite on Paper

    Subhadip Bhattacharya

    West Bengal, India

    Toad
    Oil painting and oil pastel on paper

    Manon Guillet

    VALENCIA, Spain

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    2016
    Ego Death (1)
    Ink, charcoal, and paint on transparent paper

    Kate Mcelroy

    Limerick, Ireland

    Untitled
    Paper, thread, needles

    Kate Mcelroy

    Limerick, Ireland

    life, song and anxiety (ii)
    mixed media on uncut handmade

    suvendu bhandari

    kolkata, India

    life, song and anxiety (i)
    mixed media on uncut handmade

    suvendu bhandari

    kolkata, India

    Seek
    wire, hot glue, light and shadow

    Suchandra Kundu

    Kolkata, India

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    My tendency of experimenting with new mediums and techniques has leaded me to this installation with hot glue, wire, and interplay of light and shadow. I have been developing my use of this medium for one and a half years. It is meant to convey the fragility and flexibility of human nature and existence.

    In this series of works, I have tried to create a biomorphic forms. Wires form a basic structure while linearly applied glue fills in the void. My choice of materials reflects the idea of flexibility and fragility of the human body.

    With the use of light I have tried to show how there can never be one constant truth. What we perceive and experience makes up our knowledge of the world; We accept that as truth. However, as light changes so does the shadow.

    Our perception of something is dependent on circumstances.

    My work intends to dismantle the notions of fixity and permanence.

    In deed
    wire, hot glue, light and shadow

    Suchandra Kundu

    Kolkata, India

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    My tendency of experimenting with new mediums and techniques has leaded me to this installation with hot glue, wire, and interplay of light and shadow. I have been developing my use of this medium for one and a half years. It is meant to convey the fragility and flexibility of human nature and existence.

    In this work, I have tried to create a biomorphic form. Wires form a basic structure while linearly applied glue fills in the void. My choice of materials reflects the idea of flexibility and fragility of the human body.

    With the use of light I have tried to show how there can never be one constant truth. What we perceive and experience makes up our knowledge of the world; We accept that as truth. However, as light changes so does the shadow.

    Our perception of something is dependent on circumstances.

    My work intends to dismantle the notions of fixity and permanence.

    Traces (ii)
    Sculpture

    Tayyaba Sabir

    Lahore, Pakistan

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    Material: household materials and adhesives
    Year: 2014-15
    Questioning
    Sculpture / Installation

    Tayyaba Sabir

    Lahore, Pakistan

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    Material: paper, Henna scents, adhesives
    Year: 2014

    Thank you to all the artists who uploaded
    art this Spring!

     

    Stay tuned for Summer Gallery 2018!