“Artistic Revolution Unveiled: Anita Goel’s Avataran Exhibition”
As February unfolds, the city gears up for a cultural extravaganza, and if you’re passionate about arts, we’ve got something exciting for you. Anita Goel, a distinguished artist, is set to captivate art enthusiasts with her solo exhibition – Avataran, promising to redefine contemporary Indian art.
After the British Raj, India underwent significant transformations, yet the art education system clung to traditional norms. Anita Goel challenges this by disrupting the conventional artistic landscape prevalent in Indian schools. Her exhibition, scheduled for February 4 at Jolie’s, Worli, aims to break free from the stifling artistic norms embedded in the educational system.
“The school art system stifles creativity,” remarks Anita Goel. “I aim to disrupt this homogeneity and redefine contemporary Indian art.” Her artistic vision transcends boundaries, exploring the potential of painting tools, especially painting knives. Embracing abstract expressionism, she prioritizes the interplay of form and medium over a specific message.
At the core of Goel’s art lies a bold exploration of form, color, and texture. Each piece, adorned with avian motifs, invites viewers to discover new perspectives. The avian imagery, a nod to her previous series, Udaan, serves as a narrative thread, guiding observers through her artistic journey.
Through deliberately irregular canvases and varying thicknesses, Goel creates a sense of three-dimensionality. The textured layers of knifed paint engage with the canvas’s nuanced topography, compelling viewers to explore the work on multiple levels.
Don’t miss the grand unveiling of Avataran on February 4 at Jolie’s, Worli. Anita Goel invites you to embark on a transformative journey through the realms of contemporary Indian art. Find event details and join us at Jolie’s, Birla Centurion, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Century Mills Compound, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400030.