Rukshaan Art is pleased to present Handmade Tales: Coexisting Narratives, a solo show of recent works by artist Sajal Sasanka Sarkar. This exhibition is a part of the two solo shows being organised by the gallery.
Resembling large chunks of stone, Sarkar’s relief artworks represent a narrative created through a well-researched and time-consuming process that is his very own – using cotton and banana modified pulp that is a robust, hydrophobic, anti-fungal and dust-proof material. The motifs and characters that appear in Sarkar’s work are gentle depictions drawn from traditions of their beloved Bengal. Filled with subtle humour, they possess spontaneity and sensuousness conveying emotions and engaging in sociopolitical issues.
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