Artist A. Ramachandran has long been known for his penchant for the Lotus Pond, which has been one that has moved beyond obsession to the truthful dictates of harmonic symbolism to a limpid series that personify the Leela of the creatures, the flowers and the leaves in the waters of sustenance. The beautiful habitat of lotus ponds of the tribal ‘bhil’ community and the ‘Eklinji’ temple town has been the backdrop of his journey. The really fantastical elements, in `First Drops of Monsoon,’ however, are the objects themselves – and the two planar divisions above and below the water, the flowers, and the luscious buxomed woman whom he positions as a proud predicament of anatomical perfection.
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Established in 1987, Vadehra Art Gallery stands today as one of the oldest and most well-respected art galleries in India, representing a roster of artists that span over four generations. Modern masters like M.F. Husain, Ram Kumar, S.H. Raza, and Tyeb Mehta, integral to the founding years of the gallery, find prime spot in the gallery’s calendar alongside subsequent generation of modernists like Arpita Singh, G.M. Sheikh and Rameshwar Broota. Vadehra’s contemporary programme includes some of the biggest names in Indian art today such as Atul Dodiya, Shilpa Gupta, Nalini Malani, and Praneet Soi, amongst others.
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