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On View at Pradarshak : "Premsutra" - Debut Solo Exhibition of Abstract Paintings by Yogesh Murkute
25th Feb –
9th March 2013 : Pradarshak presents Debut Solo exhibition of Abstracts by Yogesh Murkute.
Helping the young
upcoming artist take his first tentative steps in the professional scenario of
the art world, gallery Pradarshak has begun year 2013 with enterprising young
artists, who have been honing their artistic talent since the last 5-6 years
and are now ready to make their mark on the professional front.
Each of the debutante
talents has been distinctive in their make-up, style and deliverance and we
hope that they reach higher echelons in the world of Indian fine art.
Yogesh Murkute is a
young lad from Mumbai, impacted by the introspective musings of his intellect
and prone to depicting them through allegorical representation in the abstract
Inspired by the linear
quality of the amorous cave paintings that form the silent-speak of a rich
Indian aesthetic, Yogesh attempts to recreate the naturally evolved forms
within macrocosms of human psyche and the eros. In doing so, he makes use of
his hands and fingers rather than any mechanical objects.
With an attempt to bring
the ingenuity of the erotic in his works, while drawing the smallest or the
largest form, the attempt is to enforce the instinctual passion and sentiment
of lovemaking into every line. The works encompass the forms emerging from the
vital energy of human mind and emotions.
The energy of creation thus encompasses all colour or is colourless; it
being unknown, his works are achromatic, in white and black.
“According to nature,
there are certain anxieties formed within a man and a woman, shapes related
which become my works, as I try creating the utmost pleasures of love,” says
Excerpted from Snehal
Tambulwadikar’s (Lecturer Art History & Aesthetics, Sir J. J. School of
Fine Art, Mumbai) write-up on Yogesh Murkute’s works.