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In Captivity & Freedom, Birds Bring To Life Asurvedh’s bronze sculptures

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 st1:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language:#0400; mso-fareast-language:#0400; mso-bidi-language:#0400;} New Delhi : Gallery Ragini presents BirdsHome Coming, a solo show of nearly twenty bronze sculptures by Delhi-basedsculptor Asurvedh, from September 30,2009 to October 25, 2009 at Gallery Ragini, F-213 C, Lado Sarai, New Delhi .   Says Nidhi Jain, Director, GalleryRagini: “ This show will exhibit the intricacy in sculpting which only askilled craftsman can achieve. The underlying objective of Asurvedh’s work isto make us more sensitive to our environmental obligations.”   Born in 1969, the artist grew upin the small village of Narela , located on the outskirts of Delhi . The countrysidelocation proved to be the apt catalyst for his interest in nature which laterinfluenced the artist in him when he joined the College of Art , Delhi . A gold medalist in MFA, Asurvedh drawsupon the Indian countryside for his subjects and places them in happyco-existence with nature. Monuments and birds form the basis of his sculpturesthat speak about the artist’s innate sensitivity and attraction towards nature.Says the artist: “Like a morning raga ,my day began with the music of chirping birds. It was an exhilaratingexperience and this is what I share with my art fraternity.” His sculpturesalso portray men, women and children in various postures emphasizing humanbonding with not only history but also their contemporary surroundings.   Most effective when dealing withemotion, nature and environment, Asurvedh’s works are compositionally strongand carry a poetic rhythm that frees the art work from geometric angularities. Hiselongated figures suggesting dignity and their proximity with nature bring anadded emotion to his sculpture. Works like Joy of Life and In Harmony almost seduce viewersto touch the sculpture to feel its sophistication. The subtle play of emotionin FamilyBonding, where a couple holds a bird in hand, brings out Asurvedh’s ownsensitive self.   Inspired from 50 yearscelebration of Indian Independence, Pride of India is a work thatshowcases India Gate as a representation of our country, where common men wave thetri-colour in the presence of birds sitting and enjoying the moment. Thisparadoxical situation, where men and birds perform happily together is the truecelebration of Indian independence, according to the artist.   Bird Seller is another emotionalresponse to government’s drive to free birds from cages. Says the artist: “Thebird seller sells his birds to earn one square meal a day, but there exists anemotional quotient beyond this practical business. In this work, you can noticethat though the bird seller has left his birds to fly in open air, they are notready to leave him. The birds and their seller, caught up in an emotionaldilemma, are dejected and unwilling to part from each other.”   Yet another work titled TheOmnipresent, merges a human face with nature. With a head decoratedwith leafs and peacock feather and a cheek-like window, the sculptural face placesboth the past and present on the forefront. Some other works like Journey and & Freedom illustrates birds bringing life to an otherwisemonotonous routine. Birds Coming Home , the title work, is perhaps one of the mostperfect examples captured in time where man, woman, monument and birds comes inproximity with each other, thereby carrying all attributes of the Asurvedh’s genreof sculptural finesse.     The artistic approach in thecompositional elements displays the tribal essence of the artistic endeavourwhich showcases his versatility. The artist has represented the traditionalethos of our cultural identity along with the innate bonding of relationshipbetween male-female, human-bird and the monuments. He has tried to draw thecardinals of a cobweb which reflects that every creature shown in his sculptureshave some unambiguous rapport with each-other.   With a balance in composition andeach figure individually sculpted to perfection, Asurvedh wants the delicateecological balance to remain undisturbed, to provide nascent spaces for theproliferation of birds.

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