Category Archives: Amitesh Shrivastava

Amitesh Shrivastava

DRAWING BETWEEN THE LINES – POOJA PILLAI

15 September, 2017 – The Indian Express “The artist’s current solo exhibition, “Trespassers and Translators”, at Mumbai’s Project 88, engages with the ideas that the artist describes as “liquidity”, the state of being which allows people to move smoothly between … Continue reading

Artist Amitesh Srivastav uses abstraction in his latest solo show.

CAPTURING SMALL-TOWN WHIMSY – PHALGUNI DESAI

8 September, 2017 – The Hindu “This is what Trespassers and Translators is to Shrivastava: an exploration of what language lacks, sometimes in moments that could change lives, at other times in moments that pass us by. “Take this ant biting you just … Continue reading

Translators II, acrylic on canvas, 60 x 84 inches, 2017

CRITICS’ PICK: AMITESH SHRIVASTAVA – ZEENAT NAGREE

September 7, 2017 – Artforum “Animals and humans appear in flashes then dissolve into ambiguous textures in Amitesh Shrivastava’s paintings. Their earthy palette, with highlights of blue and green, and thick brushstrokes leave the forms in a state of suspension between … Continue reading