Recent impressions

‘Skin of the Earth’, an exhibition of recent works by Babu Eshwar Prasad, will be
on display at Gallery Sumukha, Wilson Garden till March 13. Working across media with painting, digital prints and videos, the exhibition engages with the idea of soil.

Water colour

A two-week exhibition of water colour art by Kud­alayya Hiremath will be held till February 28, 10 am to 7 pm at ‘Nivriti – The Art Q­uarter’, 72, Vish­wes­hwaraya Layout , near Sir MVIT Engineering College, Nellakunte, Bettahalasur.

Fine paintings

A group show will be held till February 28 at Renaissance Gallerie. Paintings by Elbin Paul S, Maxine Silva, Shridhar Upadhye and Sudipta Kundu will be on display at the show.

Unique vision

Tasveer is presenting ‘Magnum’s Vision Of India — The Last 50 Years’ till March 1, 10 am to 6 pm. The venue is Cinnamon, 1st Floor, 11 Walton Road, off Lavelle Road.

‘Two Artists...’

‘Two Artists, Many Perspectives’, an exhibition by Joe D’souza and Munaf Shaikh will be held from March 2 to 10, 11 am to 7 pm at Alliance Française. Joe D’souza’s works are essentially anatomical. Human forms take shape on paper and canvas with strong and confident strokes. Joe’s work engages and forces one to reflect on the imagery. His figures are seen in different situations and he has had many shows over the years. Munaf is a self-taught artist.

   In his schooling days, he was always fascinated and attracted towards the art of painting. In spite of being a good painter, he chooses pen and ink as a medium of his art. All his works are in shades of black and white.

According to him, these two shades can represent many shades of life. He captures great details in his works with his drawing skills.