“Trespassers and Translators” is the Chhattisgarh-born, Mumbai-based artist’s first solo at Mumbai’s Project 88 gallery. AD Staff | PUBLISHED: OCT 11, 2017 | 11:06:14 IST Having maintained close ties with his hometown in Chhattisgarh–the so-called ‘pre-modern’ with its tribes, animals, trees, ‘crafts,’ …Read more..
MUMBAI PROJECT 88 Narayan A Sawant Road, Colaba BMP Building, Gound Floor August 10–September 30, 2017 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, …Read more..
In his latest solo show, artist Amitesh Shrivastava exposes the folly of neatly categorising lives and experiences and examines how art can transcend clear definitions September 15, 2017 By Pooja Pillai Artist Amitesh Shrivastava was wandering around Mumbai’s Colaba when …Read more..
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February 30, 2015 By Lajja Shah “Amitesh Shrivastava’s large canvases at Mumbai’s Project 88 pulsate with energy. Fiery hues sweep, swirl and drip as tex-tured surfaces meld and disintegrate. Fractured landscapes, infested with strange flora and fauna, seethe and shift …Read more..