Pearl Joys acrylic on canvas 42"X34" Viktor Vijay Bless U,Your pearl- precious thoughts invoke a refresahing joy of spirit. Your ...
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.
Victor Vijay M+9818301496
INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ARTIST painting assemblage; Director and Curator
121solo/group exhibitions of which 57 abroad including Germany, Austria, Finland, Slovakia, Hungary, Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Singapore Italy and U.S.A.
Best painter award Sahitya Kala Parishad New Delhi
Invited to seventeen International art symposiums in Europe.
Lectured on Indian art and culture in India, Germany, Finland and Slovakia
Interviewed on Doordarshan and Total TV Dec 2001 and Feb.2006
Auctions in Germany and Italy
Works in Collection: private and/or public collections in India, U.S.A., Croatia, Serbia, Germany, Romania, Finland, Spain, Austria,Holland, Australia Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Italy, Russia, Turkey, Singapore & Great Britain
Published book on art 'Mona Lisa does not smile anymore'(ISBN 978-81-8465-512-4)