Women take centre stage

Women take centre stage

Artist Gogi Saroj Pal’s artworks usually have women as their subject and many of her paintings have elements that reflect the female condition.

Her early works were more realistic, but over time she has moved to simpler, more stylised paintings that have considerable impact. She has worked in many mediums, including gouache, oil, ceramic and weaving.

Pal is showcasing her latest artworks in an exhibition called ‘A Retrospective’ at Pathways Art Gallery, Pathways School Gurgaon.

“The iconography of women is an important feature in my artwork and my images are not devoid of context. The status of women in society and nuances of their degradation find reflection in my work,” said Pal.

A prominent presence in national and international solo and group exhibitions, Pal has participated in 33 international exhibitions with over 42 solo shows and 140 group exhibitions.

This exhibition is a trendsetter due to the very fact that the funds generated from sale will be used to nurture the budding talents and help them fulfil their dreams.

This confluence of eminent artists and art aims to open global art avenues to the students of Pathways School, which is actively involved in identifying and promoting untapped talent in Bandhwari and its adjoining villages.

The school helps 10 selected students of Bandhwari village to hone their artistic skills by providing studio space and free materials at the Visual Arts, Pathways School Gurgaon.

The aim is to build and nurture a community of compassionate artists.

The exhibition, ‘A Retrospective’ is on till November 26 at Pathways Art Gallery, Pathways School Gurgaon, from 11 am till 7 pm.

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