chola Bronze-Chennai Museum

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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Chance Consciousness Art--A fresh foray in Indian art

VIKTOR VIJAY CHANCON ART n release of his book Mona Lisa does not smile anymore

Friday, February 25, 2011

A book on Indian art-Mona Lisa does not smile anymore

CHANCON-CHANCE CONSCIOUSNESS ART--Viktor Vijay at Habitat Gallery Delhi

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Indian art a fresh look--Mona Lisa does not smile anymore

The art of India sought inspiration in philosophy of non-violence and inclusiveness. West instead suckled on the grandeur of the highly regimented war mongering Roman Empire. The art of Cholas, Chalukyas, Vijaynagar, Budhists and the Jains in India is far superior to the works of so called Renaissance Europe. This book presents a case of how Human context of art was predominant in Indian art while art of Europe was based on a slave owning, colonial and racially charged society.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Mona Lisa does not smile anymore (Art of India)

From recent exhibition of art works at Habitat Visual gallery Delhi

Gandhi contemporary Indian painting Viktor Vijay
acrylic on canvas 58"X78" 2010

Vktor Vijay contemporary Indian artist publishes his book Mona Lisa does not smile anymore (ISBN9788184655124) on Indian art.
I publish my new book on art of India and Europe. the book published by Studio Vasant New Delhi is (Rs 295) available in leading bookshops in India. the book is about the spirituality of art India and the art of the West specially the 'Renaissance' period. Art of India has a sterling holism and inclusiveness of humanity while Western art lingers. the secular elements are predominant feature of the temple art of India.