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On View at Pradarshak - Debut Solo Exhibition of Graphic Prints by Yogesh Aadkine
11th Feb.’13 –
23rd Feb.’13 : Pradarshak presents Debut Solo Exhibition ofGraphic Prints by Yogesh Aadkine.
its 4th debutante artist for 2013, gallery Pradarshak introduces Yogesh
Aadkine from Nagpur, who has been honing his skills in printmaking for the last
making as compared to painting is equally challenging and to a large extent
tries the visualization skills of the artist to a greater extent. Mistakes
cannot be camouflaged or worked upon. Instead, the whole process has to be
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global shifts in the perception and outlook on traditional printmaking, and the
growing appreciation for digital printmaking, is indeed working in favour of
this discipline of fine art.
to Yogesh Aadkine’s work, his prints are generally based on the immediate
social fabric that envelopes the artist and his lifestyle, showcasing a blend
of commonly found everyday objects accompanied by an introverted monologue. The
dialogue is underlined via a deep respect for free thinking, represented
through characteristic spaces in each print – something that the artist
politically calls, ‘breathing space’.
try to strike a balance with simple compositions. Using soft colours I draw
thick, thin, vertical, horizontal, negative and positive lines for balancing. I
mostly use raw umber, black, orange, yellow ochre, cobalt blue colours
in my work," says Yogesh.
strike a chord of intrigue with the titles guiding one to look deeper into the
treatment and rendition of the artist’s musings.
A beautiful show; more so
since the imagery is depicted through printmaking and not paintings.