Fall 2018 Gallery December 21, 2018 | by EAS Selections from the artworks uploaded on Emergent Art Space in the Fall 2018 Memory of KochiWatercolor on PaperSubhadip BhattacharyaWest Bengal, IndiaTransforming Landscape Through My MemoryDrawing on KanthaSubhadip BhattacharyaWest Bengal, IndiaAround the Sky 2Ink, Nepali Paper on CanvasRaka PandaKolkata, India...Stronger, Taller, Faster...Pen, Ink, Nepali Paper on CanvasRaka PandaKolkata, IndiaUntitledMixed Media on PaperEngy EhabDubai, United Arab EmiratesMore infoThis composition is an experiment in creating an atmosphere through the rendering of figures in a landscape.Skinless 5Digital Art, SculturePEPO samaAltea, SpainMore infoThe background of each picture (fictional and real people) molds the path of the result.Flesh 6Panel PaintingDushan PejchevSkopje, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic OfFlesh 5Panel PaintingDushan PejchevSkopje, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic OfToleranceKitenge Fabric, Leather and ButtonsNabisenke TeddyKampala, UgandaMwaami Wange (My Husband)Kitenge Fabric and LeatherNabisenke TeddyKampala, UgandaWhere I belongMixed media on paperAnirban MishraKolkata, IndiaLonely placeMixed media on paperAnirban MishraKolkata, IndiaThe lonely modern lifeMixed media on paperAnirban MishraKolkata, IndiaUntitled 10, Series: NómbralasInjection of Ink on Cotton PaperJulianaCDMX, MexicoUntitledAcrylic on CanvasKonrad PeszkoCracow, PolandMore infoTheme of my works from this series is inspired by architecture of a factory called Telpod in Cracow. ConstructAcrylic on CanvasKonrad PeszkoCracow, PolandMore infoTheme of my works from this series is inspired by architecture of a factory called Telpod in Cracow. Untitled (Rusting)Rusted and Etched Iron Sheet, Impression on PaperMaksud Ali MondalVisva-Bharati, IndiaUntitled (Rusting)Rusted and Etched Iron Sheet, Impression on PaperMaksud Ali MondalVisva-Bharati, IndiaCorrectingMixed Media InstallationMalek SordoTétouan, MoroccoTASIN AL-SAFAEPhotography InstallationMalek SordoTétouan, MoroccoMore info Tasin Al-Safa is a work inspired by a passage in the Al-Tawasin book of Al-Hallaj bearing the same title, an explicit reading of the text interpreted through an installation of engraved copper screen and Moroccan "jellaba", and three photographs. reflecting the moments of meditation and self-perception and the relationship of the body and its relation to matter, with the aim of creating a spiritual aesthetic and multi-faceted dialogue with the audience. Thank you to all the artists who uploaded their art this Fall! Stay tuned for the Winter Gallery 2019!